I’ve never seen an ovarian tumor, but I’ve heard that ovarian cysts prevent pregnancy. I don’t have a confirmation of this for sure, but I just feel that the evidence right now is inconclusive at best. I have heard that it is possible to have an ovarian cyst that is not connected to a pregnancy, but I have also heard that it is extremely unlikely to be the reason for a woman to abort.
As far as preventing pregnancy from ovarian cysts, I would tend to think that the best way to prevent it is to reduce the possibility that a woman will decide to have one. Some people say that the ovarian cyst itself is not the reason she will abort, but the fact that her body is trying to prevent it is probably one of the reasons. So, since there’s no reason to believe that this will happen, I would tend to agree with them on this one.
Maybe this will happen, but we’ll have to wait and see. I do know that many women I know have had ovarian cysts prevent them from having children. I know this because I’ve had several. And it’s something that I’ve always wondered about.
Cysts can be very dangerous, especially if they block a woman’s fallopian tubes. In the rare instance where they are blocked, it can be a life-changing issue for the woman. So, I don’t think that it is a good idea to let one go unless its really necessary.
My advice would be to let it go. If a woman does have a cyst causing her to lose her tubes, it is best to wait and see if they get better. I know, I know. I guess I should be thanking the person that took care of me for the last two years. But I believe that cysts can be a huge hurdle.
This article is from the same site as the one I cited above, which deals with the medical definition of “ovarian cyst.” I don’t feel comfortable giving my medical opinion, so I will instead refer you to the Mayo Clinic website. It’s worth a look if you have a cyst but are not sure if your tubes are blocked.
I think I mentioned it in the last article, but cysts are not really caused by a lack of ovulation. They’re caused by a blockage somewhere. There are many types of blockages, some less common, but they can range from very simple blockages (e.g., a tube or blood vessel that can’t get pumped in and out) to more complex blockages that can get to the ovaries and cause a lot of pain.
The Mayo Clinic says that ovarian cysts do not impede the normal process of sex. In fact, they can cause pain but can also cause no pain at all. The pain can be as simple as a feeling of pressure or pressure waves or it can be more severe like having stabbing pains, nausea, and vomiting. Of course, if your ovary is blocked and you need to get pregnant, it can be hard to know if you have a cyst.
This isn’t the first time I’ve heard the term “ovarian cyst” thrown around, but it’s really not as scary as it sounds. Ovarian cysts are actually very common and can actually prevent you from getting pregnant. More than 90% of all infertility cases result from the inability to get pregnant.
Although most women have no signs or symptoms that they are ovulating, some of us have a few indicators that we may be starting to ovulate. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, you should see your doctor as soon as possible.