What is a complex follicle on ovary?

Complex ovarian cysts are those that contain either blood or a solid substance. Simple cysts are relatively common and usually clear on their own. Complex cysts are more likely to need treatment. Most ovarian cysts are benign, meaning that they are noncancerous.

How do you shrink a complex ovarian cyst?

Complex ovarian cyst treatment methodologies for endometriomas involve first draining fluid from the cyst to shrink it and then using a laser surgical method to remove it. Sometimes drugs are also prescribed after the draining process to reduce the size of the cyst further.

Are all complex ovarian cysts cancerous?

Although there is a complex ovarian cyst cancer risk, these masses won’t necessarily lead to cancer either. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that 5 to 10 percent of women have surgery to remove an ovarian cyst, but only 13 to 21 percent of those are cancerous.

What is a complex ovarian cyst and what causes it?

You may experience an ovarian cyst at any point between the stages of puberty and menopause. Located on the surface of or inside the ovaries, these cysts are a natural part of a woman’s menstrual cycle. A cyst that becomes a complex ovarian cyst is not part of this process, however.

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What are the different types of functional ovarian cysts?

There are two types of functional ovarian cysts: Follicular cysts are the most common type. A woman has two ovaries. The egg moves from an ovary into the womb, where it can be fertilized by sperm. The egg is formed in the follicle, which contains fluid to protect the growing egg.