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Tackling Ovarian Cyst Naturally And Safely With Swissgarde Herbal Supplements


 Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled growths in a woman’s ovaries. The development of an ovarian cyst/s may happen in just one or both of the ovaries. Usually ovarian cysts are harmless and will go away on their own, but sometimes ovarian cysts can become so large that they rupture, or cause damage to the ovary. 
Very large ovarian cysts can cause displacement of the reproductive organs. Damage from a ruptured ovarian cyst may cause scar tissue build-up, and/or the formation of adhesions, attaching the ovary to other parts of the internal body.
Ovarian cysts are most common in women of childbearing years, but can rarely develop in postmenopausal women. A woman’s ovaries are about the size and shape of an almond. It is amazing that something so small and delicate can hold thousands of eggs at birth. It is also quite amazing that something so small can develop a cyst. Thankfully, there are natural remedies that can help the body to rid itself of the cysts naturally, without surgery.
 TYPES OF OVARIAN CYSTS

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Ovarian cysts can be categorised into two major categories, those that have to do with the menstrual cycle, that is also known as functional cysts and those that have nothing to do with the menstrual cycle.

A.  THOSE THAT ARE RELATED TO THE MONTHLY CYCLE ( FUNCTIONAL)
A woman’s ovaries contain thousands of follicles that house immature eggs (ovum). During the menstrual cycle each month, as ovulation nears, a select number of follicles are signaled to grow (mature) for ovulation. An ovarian cyst that forms due to a malfunction in follicle maturation is known as a functional cyst. There are two types of functional cysts:
Follicular cyst: This happens when the follicle fails to rupture and release the egg at ovulation, instead it continues to grow, forming a cyst.
Corpus Luteum cyst: After ovulation, once the egg is released, the follicle changes to what is called the corpus luteum. The development of a corpus luteum cyst happens when the opening in the follicle where the egg was released seals off and then causes the corpus luteum to accumulate fluid and grow into a cyst.

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B.  OTHER TYPES OF OVARIAN CYSTS

There are other types of cysts that form on the ovaries, but they are not related to the menstrual cycle.

Dermoid cyst: These cysts are considered complex and develop from cells that produce human eggs. Because of this, these types of cyst may contain hair, teeth, or skin. They are rarely cancerous.

Cystadenomas: This type of cyst develops from ovarian tissue and is filled with liquid or mucous.

Endometriomas: This type of cyst forms when displaced endometrial cells attach to the ovary and form a growth (endometriosis). This type of ovarian cyst is commonly called a chocolate cyst.

The above 3 types of ovarian cysts may cause damage to the ovary, including twisting, scar tissue and adhesion formation. Both Dermoid and Cystadenomas may cause the ovary to become very large and displaced. These types of cysts are considered more complex and usually do not respond well to natural therapies. It is best to work with your doctor regarding these types of cysts.
 Polycystic ovaries:

 A polycystic ovary develops many small cysts in a row, on the surface of the ovary, which looks like a strand of pearls. Polycystic ovaries are associated with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). In the case of polycystic ovaries, the ovaries may become enlarged, typically twice the size of normal ovaries. PCOS is fast becoming a leading endocrine disorder among women. Not all women diagnosed with PCOS have ovaries that have these types of cysts.
 What Causes Ovarian Cysts?
•  Irregular menstrual cycles
•  Hormonal imbalance
•  Hypothyroidism
•  Cigarette smoking
•  Early menstruation (11 years or younger)
•  BMI above 30
•  Infertility treatment with gonadotropins has been found to cause multiple large ovarian cysts in some women
•  Use of Clomiphene (Clomid, Serophene) has been shown to increase the risk for development of Corpus Luteum cysts
•  Use of Tamoxifen for breast cancer

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Signs and Symptoms of Ovarian Cysts
 Most women that have ovarian cysts don’t even know; typically there are no signs or symptoms. Most ovarian cysts are discovered during a routine physical exam. The larger a cyst is the more likely it is to cause symptoms. Symptoms may be:
•  Pelvic pain, usually on the side where the cyst is present. Pain may be sharp, sudden or come and go throughout the cycle
•  Irregular menstrual cycles.
•  Anovulatory cycles may be a sign of a follicular cyst, charting your cycle can help you to determine if you are having anovulatory cycles
•  Pelvic pain after intercourse or strenuous exercise
•  Nausea and vomiting, this usually happens after a cyst ruptures
•  Vaginal pain with spotty mid-cycle bleeding
•  Pressure and/or abdominal bloating, may be noticeable on one side or the other
•  Pain or pressure in the abdomen when urinating or having a bowel movement
 Infertility

 Medical Options for Ovarian Cyst Treatment
The number one medical treatment for functional ovarian cysts is to prescribe birth control pills. This prevents ovulation, therefore the formation of functional ovarian cysts cannot happen. Use of the birth control pill presents a problem though, one, it prevents pregnancy, and two, it may cause long-term hormonal imbalance, and three, it does not solve the root of the problem.
If an ovarian cyst becomes too large, is considered to be at a higher risk for rupture, is a complex cyst, has twisted or has become attached to other parts of the internal body, a doctor may choose to remove it surgically. Your doctor will be able to help you to determine your best options.

NATURAL THERAPY
 Step One: Reduce Estrogen

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Excess estrogen is one of the most common types of hormonal imbalance which can cause the disruption of ovulation. Estrogen is metabolized by the liver and cleared out of the body through the bowel; if this process is not working optimally it can lead to either high levels of potentially toxic estrogen or reabsorbing estrogen back into circulation.
There are 3 pathways in which liver can be metabolized and they are the 2, 4 and 16 Hydroxy estrone pathways. While excess estrogen causes many health problems like hormone dysregulation in women and excess body fat in men, the real danger is that the estrogen metabolized through the 4 and 16 pathways increase the risk of cancer, especially breast, ovarian and prostate cancer.

Remember : healthy Estrogen Relies on Good Liver and Gut Function.

While a healthy gut can help to eliminate excess estrogens from the body, an unhealthy digestive tract which is fuelled by refined carbohydrates, processed foods, gluten, and alcohol can lead to leaky gut and an up-regulation of an enzyme called B-glucuronidase, this breaks apart the bound estrogen that is getting excreted out of the body through the intestines making it easier to reabsorb into the body.
This can be one of the biggest causes of excess estrogen in women and men. Beneficial bacteria can prevent this from happening by reducing dysbiosis as it is high levels of the bad bacteria that uncouple the bond between estrogen and glucuronic acid.
The solution to improve elimination of estrogen through the bowel is to eat a real food diet which is high in dietary fiber from vegetables, flaxseeds, psyllium and even legumes if your body tolerates them . If you have high levels of estrogen then also improving detoxification through the liver is important and herbs such as Silybum, Schisandra, Tumeric, Broccoli, catechins from green tea plus the amino acids glutamine, taurine, cysteine, and glycine are essential to improving phase one and two liver detoxification.
Other nutrients that are important for detoxification of estrogen include the B vitamins, omega 3 fatty acids, and a substance called DIM which is found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli
One of the best ways to rid the body of excess estrogens is to stop exposing yourself to xenohormones and to start taking Tumeric and green tea.
 Avoid exposure to estrogens and xenoestrogens
•  Stop eating soy foods
•  Eat only organic meats and dairy
•  Do not microwave foods in plastic
•  Stop drinking water from plastic bottles
•  Avoid mineral oil and parabens in skin care products
•  Use natural detergents
Swissgarde products that can help you achieve success in this phase is , Buchu Power, Aloe Power, Super Cider and Omega plus.

 Step Two: Increase Progesterone and Balance Hormones

Natural Progesterone

When there is excess estrogen in the body, there is usually also a progesterone deficiency. Balancing your estrogen and progesterone levels by using herbs like Maca root  will help reduce the ovarian cysts and the chance of them occurring in the future. So, Rev-up has a significant role to play here.

We like to use herbs to help to nourish the endocrine system, promote hormonal balance, regular ovulation, and proper circulation to the reproductive organs. We also like to use herbs that are detoxifying to the liver for improved hormonal balance and estrogen metabolism. That you achieve with the products mentioned above.
 Step Three: Dissolve and Reduce Cysts

The final part of the phase is elimination of the cyst, Which is achieved with products like defender, Super cider, buchu power , Aloe power and 40plus for women.
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