Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled growths in a woman’s ovaries. Generally, these ovarian cysts are not harmful and often they disappear on their own. Nevertheless, in some cases these cysts may grow so huge that they rupture or damage the ovary.
Ovarian cysts can be quite painful and cause unpleasant sensations, so finding ways of reducing their severity and duration can be helpful for quickly and successfully improving well-being.
TREAT THE PAIN OF OVARIAN CYSTS FAST WITH THESE NATURAL REMEDIES!
CASTOR OIL PACK
According to Top 10 Home Remedies, Castor oil clears the body of excess tissues and toxins. It also stimulates the lymphatic and circulatory systems, which helps reduce and dissolve ovarian cysts.
- Fold a large flannel cloth to make it two or three layers thick. Make sure the folded cloth is large enough to cover your entire abdomen.
- Drizzle 2 tablespoons of castor oil on the cloth. Fold the cloth in half to saturate and then unfold it.
- Lay down and put the flannel cloth on your abdomen.
- Cover the castor oil cloth with plastic and then with an old towel.
- Place a hot water bottle over the towel and then cover yourself in a warm blanket.
- Leave the castor oil pack on for at least 30 minutes.
- Repeat the process about three times a week for three months.
- Wash the treated area with a solution of 3 tablespoons of baking soda mixed in 4 cups of water.
Note: Do not use castor oil packs during menstruation. If you are trying to conceive then do not use this remedy after ovulation.
Heat is effective in reducing muscle cramps or pain in the abdomen due to ovarian cysts.
All you need to do is to put a heating pad or hot water bottle on your abdomen and lower pelvic area.
Do this for at least 15 minutes. Follow this remedy whenever you experience pain in the abdomen for quick relief.
This is a well-known fertility herb that helps the body produce progesterone and balance the hormones without containing any hormones itself. A daily dosage of 2000 to 3000 mg is recommended, according to Natural Fertility Info.
Note: See a doctor immediately if you have excruciating pain, nausea, vomiting and/or bleeding from the vagina during any point in your cycle.