Here’s a list of cysts that can be healed through Carol’s 3-step Ovarian Cyst Miracle cure:
Single Cyst (small or very large) – An ovarian cyst is a sac-like structure filled with fluid, that is often found on the surface of the ovary. These cysts can vary in size – from less than the size of a pea to as large as a melon. While most cysts are benign (non-cancerous), they still need to be treated to avoid complications and discomfort.
Multiple Cysts or the Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) – Women with irregular periods, and those who do not ovulate on a regular basis can suffer from PCOS. In such cases, the ovaries are often enlarged and contain many small cysts clustered together. There are many factors that can affect the ovulation and menstrual cycle in a woman, and ‘ovarian cyst miracle’ addresses all of them.
Follicular Cysts – When the Luteinizing hormone (LH) levels increase in the body, the ripened egg is released from the follicle into the fallopian tube, where it can then be fertilized by a sperm. However in the absence of LH surge, the follicle does not rupture or release the egg, which is when it grows and becomes a cyst. Such cysts are known as follicular cysts and these can easily be cleared through Carol’s system.
Corpus Luteum Cysts – This is a functional cyst that occurs after an egg has been released from a follicle. The ruptured follicle turns into a secretory gland known as the Corpus Luteum. When pregnancy does not happen, the corpus Luteum clears off on its own. However in some cases, it can fill with fluid or blood and expand into a cyst.
Dermoid Cysts – A Dermoid cyst is often small and is mainly made up of fat. While in most cases, Dermoid cysts clear away on their own and do not cause any symptoms, rarely they can become large and rupture. This can cause bleeding into the abdomen, which needs emergency medical care.
Hemorrhagic Cysts – One of the most common types of ovarian cysts are Hemorrhagic Cysts, or blood cysts. These occurs when the blood vessel in the wall of the cyst breaks, causing blood to flow into the cyst. Hemorrhagic cysts occur in women of child-bearing age and can be affected by the hormone levels in the body.
Endometriomas Cysts – Also known as ‘Chocolate cysts’, these occur when the tiny implants of cells found on the uterine lining become transplanted on the outside of the ovary. It is affected by the hormonal changes that occur during the menstrual cycle. Multiple cysts of this kind can lead to endometriosis.
With Carol Foster’s 3-step ‘Ovarian Cyst Miracle’, all the above mentioned ovarian cysts and related conditions can be treated successfully.