To properly understand what a follicular ovarian cyst is, let alone its rupture, we'll start from the very beginning. The cyst is a benign volumetric formation that includes a capsule and a cavity filled with liquid contents. In turn, the contents may be different, from serous fluid to blood and pus.
Ovarian cyst is a hollow, benign formation containing a liquid.
This is a fairly common pathology that occurs in women, both young and old. There are many variants of ovarian cysts: the first - the cyst appears and disappears on its own, the second - lends itself to hormonal therapy, and the third - is removed only surgically. Usually, the third option includes:
Ovarian cysts are quite common in gynecological practice. The danger is that in many cases this pathology is accompanied by general symptoms or is completely asymptomatic, which does not make it possible to diagnose in the early stages.
One of the most effective ways to treat the polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is wedge resection of the ovaries. PKJ syndrome is a hereditary disease, during which the hormonal balance is broken, and the number of male hormones increases in the female body.