Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs similar to blisters, common among women during their reproductive years and are harmless and go away without any treatment.
The normal function of the ovaries is to produce an egg each month. During the process of ovulation, a cyst-like structure (a follicle) is formed inside the ovary. The mature follicle ruptures when an egg is released during ovulation, corpus leteum forms from the empty follicle and if pregnancy does not occur, the corpus leteum dissolves. Sometimes this process does not conclude appropriately causing the most common type of ovarian cyst (functional ovarian cysts).
Abnormal ovarian cysts such as dermoid cysts, cystadenoma cysts, endometrioma cysts, and polycystic ovarian disease often occur as the result of an imbalance of female hormones (estrogen and progesterone).
Take ‘APIS MELLIFICA-Q’ 1 drop in a cup of water twice daily.
This wonderful anti-psoric has a profound action on nearly every tissue and organ of the body, and like most remedies of its class its medicinal effect is long lasting-a single dose being often sufficient for many weeks. It appears to first expend its energy upon the brain and nervous system, thus deranging the life forces, or as Hahnemann termed it the "vital force," and thus producing organic change. The tendency is to produce organic change of tissue as first seen in its effects on the skin, in the well known discoloration's, "yellow-saddle," "moth patches" as well as the characteristic herpetic eruptions ; hence the ability to cure the deeper and more malignant diseases, epithelial cancer has been reported by Dunham and others as coming within its healing influence.
Adapted to women of dark hair and eyes, rigid muscular fibre, mild disposition, but are easily offended and then are irritable and often vehement.
Inclined to abdominal adipose especially after child bearing.
Climacteric troubles especially when based on portal congestion.
Hot flushes, sudden accessions of heat followed by momentary sweat and disposition to syncope.
Paralytic affections of pelvic and abdominal viscera.
Menses : never regular, too early, too profuse ; too late and too scanty.
Coldness on vertex.
Feet and ankles cold.
Yellow ; face, conjunctiva, chest ; yellow saddle on cheeks or across nose. Herpes on upper parts of body, < at menstrual period.
Prolapsus ; intolerable bearing down as if contents of pelvis would extrude from body ; relieved by sitting down or crossing limbs. Usually feet and ankles cold.
Pains extend from other parts to back ; are attended with shuddering not chilliness and are relieved by motion or pressure.
Sensation of ball in inner parts ; during menses, pregnancy, lactation ; with constipation, diarrhœa, hæmorrhoids, leucorrhœa and uterine affections.
< at New moon, in snowy weather, during or before a thunderstorm.
< on awakening when aroused from sleep (deep), but relieved after sufficient sleep.
Hæmorrhage : during climacteric, pregnancy especially 5th and seventh months, flow dark and sluggish.
Periodic pain of a boring character from within outward, attended with nausea and vomiting. Binding the head up tightly give some relief and if she could get a good sleep would awaken much relieved.Congestive headache, due to some mental excitement , attack compell to leave the bed and walk the floor to obtain relief. The pain pressing, throbbing, bursting ; as if the head was too full ; as if it would burst or force the globes from the orbits. The head face and neck red and hot, and the carotids throbbed violently. The pain terrible, says "would became insane if it continued." The only relief by pressing the sides of head with both hands and walking as rapidly as possible . The character of the pain, the intense congestion of head, face, eyes, and throbbing carotids, point to Belladonna, but the manner of obtaining relief from rapid motion excludes that remedy. and is a characteristic of Sepia.
Sepia produces swelling on lower lip with soreness, burning and a pricking, slivery sensation. Epithelial cancer of lower lip.
Spasmodic shaking of the head , perfectly conscious during the attack, repeats itself several times during the day, especially after emotions, after an attack feels prostrated, worse before or during menses, from emotions and when she meets persons disagreeable to her. Appetite fair, no thirst, diarrhœa and constipation alternating. Nights restless, cannot lie on her back, throws herself about and awakens unrefreshed. Much flatulence in the morning which she relieves by gymnastic exercises, better towards evening. Heavy atmosphere and hot rooms disagreeable ; heaviness of head in foggy weather and before a storm. She always feels restless, and cannot sit for a long while, she must do something ; bites her nails, scratches her head or pulls out hair. Menses regular, scanty ; during the interval moderate leucorrhœa. Hemicrania and lightning-like dizziness. Cannot wear garters or rings, as her extremities feel swollen. Firm, hard tumor in each breast attended with sharp, lancinating pains. Sallow, bleached appearance ; yellow patches on the chest and the "yellow saddle" across the nose.
Suitable for women with dark eyes and complexion, or red hair and freckled, inclined to low spirits with indolent, choleric, melancholic temperament.
Thin, emaciated, changed mentally and physically by effects of disease.
Climacteric troubles when mental or nervous symptoms predominate.
Hot flushes, burning vertex headache, hæmorrhoids, hæmorrhages, especially after cessation of menstrual flow.
Paretic symptoms of left side. Left sided apoplexy.
Menses : regular as clock work, punctual almost to the hour ; too short, too feeble, Pains relieved by flow. Heat on vertex. Feet, especially soles, burning.
Bullæ, yellow, purplish or dark, from bloody serum. Carbuncle, malignant pustule, bed sores with dark or black edges. Malignancy.
Prolapsus ; bearing down, labor like pains, as if every thing would issue from vulva. Uterine region extremely sensitive to touch cannot bear clothes to touch her. Constitutional symptoms are guiding.
Pains : neuralgic, tearing stitching, pulsating, burning, < after sleeping, and from, noon till midnight.
Sensation as of worms crawling in heels, bladder, rectum ; of beating as with little hammers in rectum, temples, vertex.
< in Spring, during extremes of heat or cold ; sun's rays.
< after sleep ; or the aggravation wakens him from sleep, or he sleeps into the aggravation. A mental condition.
Hæmorrhage during climacteric ; blood lumpy, black or acrid. Hæmorrhagic diathesis ; small wounds bleed much.
Sepia and Lachesis are incompatible and like most animal poisons should rarely follow each other and never to be given together.