Pt. Fathima: A case of Rt.ovarian cyst, underwent treatment for four months. A subsequent Scan revealed a normal study of the uterus.
Pt. Yamuna: Had a bulky uterus with a fibroid measuring 29*22 mm. Had Asrukdhara (Menorrhagia) with severe lower abdominal and pelvic pain. She was put n a particular diet and medications for four months. The fibroid resolved completely.
The hemorrhagic or chocolate cyst is a commonly found functional cyst. It occurs when a very small blood vessel breaks within the wall of the cyst, causing blood to enter it, resulting in abdominal pain on one side of the body. The bleeding may occur quickly, stretching the covering of the ovary, causing pain.
Occasionally hemorrhagic cysts can rupture, with blood entering the abdominal cavity. No blood is seen out of the vagina. If the cyst ruptures, it is usually very painful but the occurrence of such ruptures are less common. Most hemorrhagic cysts require surgical intervention, although some of them resolve on their own, taking months and causing pain throughout.
It can be seen in ultra sound of pelvis/trans-vaginal scan.
The patient who got treated was 33 years old with an H/O of pain in the left iliac fossa which aggravated on doing strenuous activities causing severe pain and needed complete bed-rest to subside. She also had dysmenorrhoea, severe lower back pain and clotted bleeding.
Before the treatment, ultra Sonography was done to confirm the diagnosis. The impression was bulky due to the chocolate cyst.
Sub-sequentially the treatment started with Ayurvedic medicines and continued for a period of 3 months. During the first month, the dysmenorrhic and lower back pain subsided, there were no traces of bleeding and finally the pain in the iliac fossa disappeared on the completion of the 3rd month.
She was sent for a scan which reported normalcy. The cyst had been resolved and the bulky uterus became normal.
The cyst, which needed a surgery to be resolved, was dissolved with the use of Ayurvedic medicines in a span of 3 months.