Could a Cyst Stop Me Having a Baby?

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For many women, the possibility of starting a family is an important consideration. However, when ovarian cysts come into the picture, concerns about fertility may arise. Understanding the impact of ovarian cysts on fertility is crucial for women who are trying to conceive or planning to do so in the future.

What Are Ovarian Cysts?

Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs that develop on the ovaries. They are relatively common and can occur during a woman's reproductive years. Most ovarian cysts are benign and resolve on their own without causing any issues.

The Connection Between Ovarian Cysts And Fertility

While most ovarian cysts do not directly affect fertility, certain types and circumstances may interfere with conception. Large cysts or those that are present in close proximity to the eggs or reproductive structures can potentially impact fertility.

Diagnosis And Treatment

If you suspect you have an ovarian cyst or if you are experiencing symptoms such as pelvic pain, irregular periods, or difficulty conceiving, it is essential to consult a healthcare professional. They can perform diagnostic tests, such as an ultrasound or blood tests, to evaluate the size, type, and potential impact of the cyst on fertility.

The treatment of ovarian cysts depends on various factors, including the type, size, and symptoms. Small, functional cysts often resolve on their own without intervention. However, if a cyst is deemed problematic or is causing fertility concerns, your healthcare provider may recommend surgical removal.

Supporting Your TTC Journey 

Every fertility journey is unique, and there are so many factors that can influence your chances to conceive. These include nutrition, lifestyle, mindset and more.

To learn more about how you can set yourself up for success, tap here.

We also offer free 1:1 consultations with our inhouse nutritionist. This is an opportunity to discuss your unique needs, for personalised diet & lifestyle advice, as well as recommended supplements. The consultation is free and there is no obligation to purchase. Book by tapping here.

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