What are the signs of enlarged cysts?
Abdominal lumps can be found if the size of ovarian cysts is very large. Vomiting nausea and bloating. Full feeling in the stomach. Fever can be a sign of cyst rupture, which is a sign that there has been inflammation or infection of the abdominal and pelvic area.
Do Kidney Cysts Need Surgery?
The answer is no. As long as they are small in size and do not cause symptoms or complaints, cysts usually do not need surgery or treatment. However, the doctor will still advise the patient to undergo regular examinations to monitor the condition of the cyst.
Kidney cyst removal surgery usually only needs to be done if it has caused severe complaints or interfered with the functioning of the body’s organs. The doctor will determine whether or not the surgery is necessary taking into account the type, size, and growing location of the cyst, as well as whether the cyst is infected or not.
Therefore, you are advised to check with your doctor if you notice a lump in the body that may be a cyst, especially if the lump causes pain or other complaints. Thus, treatment can be given immediately if necessary and the danger of cyst disease can be avoided.
On the one hand, this therapy can help remove sac fluid out of the body through increased permeability of cystic walls and removing sac fluid out of the body through the circulatory system. On the other hand, this Osmotherapy can prevent the recurrence of kidney cysts and protect kidney function.
How to treat kidney cysts?
- Reduces intake of salt, sugar, and foods high in cholesterol
- Control diabetes, hypertension, autoimmune diseases, regularly
- Consume at least 2–3 liters of water / day
- Limiting alcohol consumption and quitting smoking
- Expand to consume such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains.