i have 2 complex cysts, one on each ovary. I'm only 14 and I don't know what to think.

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Im kinda freaked out. I was wondering if anyone would have any insight on what the doctors might do to get rid of them? any advice will help. thank you.

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    Did they tell you how big they are? If they are small enough but need to be removed it'll probably be done through laparoscopic surgery, and then they will probably start you on birth control pill (if you arent already) to help reduce the chance of another cyst. I have a large simple cyst that theyll try to remove larascopically, havent had my surgury yet, but I figure thats what they'll probably do for you. You'll find out soon enough. smile hope everything goes well for you!
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      I think those are still fairly small from what I've read they start removal of cysts at 5cm. Its a good thing the doctors found it now to treat it. I found out about mine at 21cm still awaiting removal. But for you I think it'll be easier, ask your doctor lots of questions if you have any that swhat they're there for. Good luck with everything!
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    Hi nosidam!  Cysts are very common in girls these days.  I have them and my youngest daughter has them.  The best thing for you to do is to stay away from processed foods.  Eat lots of vegetables and fruit and stay away from red meat.  So many health issues can be avoided with a healthy diet.  We have had luck with a natural remedy of Blackstrap Molasses and Apple Cider Vinegar.  1 Tbsp of BSM and 1/2 tsp of ACV in hot water once a day (like a tea).  The health benefits of each of these products are astounding.  Always listen to your doctor but I always try natural remedies before opting for surgery if the situation and time allow it. Do some research on these two products and look for forums where they have helped others.  They can also help reduce any symptoms you have with menstruation (bleeding, clotting, bloating, pain).  Good Luck to you.
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