Ovarian Disorders (Cysts)
Why do I get Ovarian Cysts?

What Is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: (PYCOS)?

Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs on one or both ovaries . They are common among women during their reproductive years. Most types of ovarian cysts are harmless and go away without treatment.

Polycystic Ovarian Disease: Cysts that form from a buildup of follicle cysts which cause the ovaries to thicken. These cysts cause the ovaries to enlarge and create a thick outer covering which may prevent ovulation from occurring and are often the cause of infertility problems

Manage Ovarian Cysts and Other Hormone Imbalances Naturally. 
Fortunately, Bioidentical Hormone Restoration Therapy (BHRT) work very well.

PELLET BHRT more closely mimics the body's way of delivering these hormones to the organs in need.  Hence, it is the preferred method of Hormone Replacement therapy. 

Ovarian cysts often cause no symptoms; however when symptoms are present, ovarian cysts may cause a dull ache or a sense of fullness or pressure in the abdomen. Pain during intercourse and at other times can also indicate the presence of ovarian cyst.

The primary function of the ovary is to produce eggs. Each month in a normal cycling female the egg grows. With ovulation, (release of the egg), a small cyst-like structure known as a follicle is formed. The average size of a normal follicle is about 2cm. When this process does not conclude appropriately larger ovarian cysts can occur. These are called Functional Ovarian Cysts and often shrink, or resolve within two or three menstrual cycles. 

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Types of Ovarian Cysts
These cysts often occur as a result of female hormone imbalance.
  •  Functional Cysts: These normal cysts will often shrink and disappear within two or three menstrual cycles. Because this type of cyst is formed during ovulation it rarely occurs in truly menopausal women because eggs are no longer being produced.
  • Dermoid Cysts: Ovarian cysts which are filled with various types of tissues including hair and skin.
  •  Endometrioma : These cysts are also known as the chocolate  of endometriosis and form when tissue similar to the lining of the uterus attaches to the ovaries.
  • Cystadenoma Cysts: These are ovarian cysts which develop from cells on the outer surface of the ovaries  

    Treatment of Ovarian Cysts: 
    Treat Ovarian Cysts and Other Hormone Imbalance Naturally.
    Treatment of ovarian cysts depends on several factors including: the size and type of cyst; the woman’s age and general health; her future child-bearing plans; and what symptoms she is experiencing. The earlier ovarian cysts are found the less invasive the treatment.
  •  Surgery is sometimes necessary to treat ovarian cysts which are unresponsive to Bioidentical Hormone Restoration Therapy. Massively bleeding, or twisted cysts often require surgical intervention. This may include just removal of the cyst, or removing the ovary, or in rare, severe cases a hysterectomy.

 Symptoms of Ovarian Cysts

Bioidentical Hormone Restoration Therepy (BHRT), is effective in the management of ovarian cysts.  For example, when a woman with ovarian cysts is pregnant, her symptoms disappear.  This suggests that the sex hormones produce in pregnancy play an important part in controlling this disease.  For BHRT treatment, we will test your hormone levels at critical points during your cycle.  Based on your levels, which will reveal where the hormone excesses and deficiencies are, a hormone regimen will be taylored for you.

BHRT is always used in conjunction with lifestyle choices adjustments.  Many risk factors have been identified in women with moderate-severe ovarian cysts.  Risk factor reduction is therefore paramount in the management of disease.  These lifestyle choice adjustments include:

  • Adopting a regimen of Regular aerobic Exercise
  • Avoid foods high in chemical estrogens
  • Eat regularly, don't skip meals, observe proper nutrition. 
  • Avoid caffeine
  • Include high fiber in your nutrition plan. This helps eliminate toxins/high hormone levels through the bowel.  Low fiber diets allow these excess toxins and hormones to be reabsorbed into the body.
  • Address fatigue and exhaustion
  • Adopt stress management techniques
  • Keep a positive attitude, be Spiritually strong. 
  • Drink at least 8 glasses of water / day.
  • Rest, rest, rest
  • Relax, relax, relax

There has been great success with the use of BHRT in the treatment of ovarian cysts.  One will notice diminishing symptoms over several weeks and reduction of the regimen can occur after 6-12 months.  Women are then mainitained on a lower dose.  When ovarian cyst is diagnosed early in the teenage years, early treatment with BHRT had been found in many to make the symptoms disappear.  Many young women eventually no longer require BHRT treatment.  In women when ovarian cysts had been diagnosed late, or when treatment is initiated later in life, we are able to naturally and safely manage the debilitating symptoms, but we usually must maintain them on BHRT long term.  Most women are pleased with this option as it is safe, effective, and balances other Hormone Imbalances that affected other aspects of their lives.

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Hormone Imbalance includes much more than Ovarian Cysts . Other conditions include:

   Treat Ovarian Cysts and Other Hormone Imbalance Naturally.

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How do I Proceed?

Step 1:    Take the Hormone Profile Survey 

Step 2:      Get Tested.

Based on the information in your profile you will be advised what hormones need to be tested.  You wil be sent the appropriate test kit.  If  you are interested in Pellet BHRT where the hormones are painlessly inserted under the skin for 4-6 months of symptoms relief, you will require a blood test.  If you are interested in Traditional BHRT, which requires taking the hormones daily, you will need a saliva test. 

 Step 3:      Consultation With Dr. Camille Semple-Daly
(Board Certified in OB/GYN)

When we receive your test results, (approximately 2 weeks after the lab receives your sample), you will be contacted to arrange an appointment for a consultation with the doctor.  


Step 4:      Management Plan

At the time of your consultation a detailed care plan will be provided.  This will be based on the consultation with the physician, physical exam, symptoms and test results.  All care plans are based on your own needs, and include an evaluation of Nutrition, Exercise and Lifestyle choices.

In the case of Traditional BHRT, a prescription will be sent to our compounding pharmacist, (or a compounding pharmacy of your choice), based on the results of your consultation, symptoms and salivary test.  Our bioidentical hormone restoration plan is individualized specifically for you.  Our therapy is never mass produced. One size does not fit all.


Step 5:      Continued Plan of Care

At the time of your consultation a detailed care plan will be provided.  This will be based on the consultation with the physician, your symptoms and test results.  All care plans are based on your own needs, and include an evaluation of Nutrition, Exercise and Lifestyle choices.




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For questions, or to schedule a consultation, please contact us:

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