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Had Cyst Removed by kimmie1980ca Posted Mon 06 Jul 2009 12:00am Okay so having the pilar cyst removed wasn't bad at all. The procedure was done out of the surgeons office, but in a surgical area. The appointment was scheduled in a 30 min time slot, but it really only took 15 minutes from beginning to end. The part I was most scared about hurting was getting the needles to knumb the cyst... but that didn' ... Read on »
Can I get Complex Kidney Cyst Removed - PKD Treatment by Pkd Z. Facebook Posted Tue 17 Dec 2013 2:46am Q: I am 51 years old and I was diagnosed complex kidney cyst. I got some information about my disease in internet. It seems that my condition is severer than simple kidney cyst. I don’t wanna try surgery. Can I get my complex kidney cyst removed? A: The complex renal cyst has irregular cyst lining and may show irregular shape and internal stru ... Read on »
pregnency after cyst removal by kalyani Posted Thu 29 Jul 2010 12:10am hi, I am kals age 29. Upto may 2010 my periods are very regular. In may i missed out my period and identified i am having para ovary cyst. Through laproscopy it was removed. In may and june i got my periods in date. Noe in june i am 12 days late to my period. Took HPT got -ve urine test _ve. I called my concultant and she is saying my ovolutio ... Read on »
Have to have Cyst Removed by kimmie1980ca Posted Tue 30 Jun 2009 12:00am Pilar (trichilemmal) cysts, sometimes referred to as wens, are common fluid-filled growths (cysts) that form from hair follicles that are most often found on the scalp. The cysts are smooth and mobile, filled with keratin (a protein component found in hair, nails, and skin), and they may or may not be tender. Pilar cysts may run in families. ... Read on »
Reader Question: What Does A Sebaceous Skin Cyst Look Like? by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Tue 05 Jan 2010 12:00am Reader Question: My doctor says I have a cyst under my skin. I am wondering what it looks like under there. Have you ever removed one of these? A Sebaceous Cyst or Epidermal Inclusion Cyst (EIC) is a non cancerous growth under the skin. They slowly get larger over time. I used to remove them more frequently than I do now ... Read on »
A Glance At Traditional Ovarian Cyst Cures And Treatments by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Wed 26 May 2010 10:30pm Ovarian cysts are a common condition among millions of women in the United States. At some point in their lifetimes, most women will have an experience with some type of ovarian cyst. When this happens, they will most often seek out different ovarian cyst cures and treatments to help them. This article ... Read on »
LUMPS AND BUMPS by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 02 Sep 2012 12:00am Here we are at Labor Day weekend.  Where has the summer gone???  Hopefully, all of you are looking forward to at least a couple of months of beautiful and comfortable weather.  Here in Flagstaff, the months of September, October, and November are the favorite part of the year for Desperado and Helpful Buckeye.  We were down in the Phoenix area t ... Read on »
Treatment For Ovarian Cysts by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 10 Apr 2009 11:16pm Ovarian Cyst Treatment is something that should be approach with a little research, because there are options available to help you effectively treat them and end the cycle of repeated pain and agony associated with them. For the most part they end up being harmless and actually go away on their own and are dissolve by the body. If y ... Read on »
Dentigerous Cyst by Dr. Jason Hales Doctor of Dentistry Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 8:49pm This patient was referred to my office for endodontic evaluation. The patient had a prior RCT with some localized, intermittent pain & swelling. My clinical exam revealed #31 normal to percussion, perio defect on distal >14mm. Radigraphs revealed resorption of the distal root, and extensive bone loss on the distal of #31. Due to the s ... Read on »
Natural Treatment for Ovarian Cysts by Sandy H. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 02 Feb 2009 11:48pm 3 Comments While many doctors believe that the only cure for ovarian cysts that do not disappear by themselves is to remove them surgically many women are now turning to natural health remedies and natural treatments instead. The fact is that just removing them is not solving the underlying problem of why they formed in the first place. Ovarian cysts are ... Read on »