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1 Home Remedy for Complex Ovarian Cyst

Margaret

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I feel it is my responsibility to share my story, because someone out there, might benefit from it.

A couple of months ago, an ultrasound test indicated an ovarian cyst on my left ovary. A complex one. For those who are not too familiar with the term, a complex ovarian cysts, is not a result of the menstrual cycle process as a "simple" ovarian cyst might be. A complex ovarian cysts can result in overgrowth, leading to further complications. This also includes the risk of ovarian cancer.

My cyst was largely replacing the left ovary. That's why, the surgery topic was imminent to avoid future complications. My right ovary was affected too by a "simple cyst".

In one of my conversations with the doctor, I asked her if there was any other way to get rid of the problem to avoid surgery. Sadly she said "no". My left ovary was going to be removed as well.

An MRI was performed as well. The cyst actually was getting bigger.

My brain was set up for surgery. But while waiting for my insurance to approve the procedure, I started to overthink: What if I can get rid of the cyst with natural alternatives?

After hours, and hours of research, and after reading testimonies after testimonies, I decided to it a try. Why not? I didn't want to go though surgery PERIOD!!

I came across Apple Cider Vinegar, molasses, Echinacea and Dong Quai.

The dosage:

1 spoon of Apple Cider Vinegar and 1 spoon of molasses. Mix together on a 4 to 5oz of warm water, early in the morning on empty stomach. The same dosage before going to bed every night.

3 Echinacea pills, plus 2 Dong Quai pills. Up to 3 times a day.

I did this for a 3 week period without missing any dosage.

Note: if you are taking any blood thinner, need to take precautions with the Dong Quai. And if you are suffering from cancer as well. Try to reduce or eliminate the consumption of aspirin. Stop taking Dong Quai during your menstrual cycle. If you are pregnant, consult your doctor first.

Update:

My last trans abdominal and trans vaginal ultrasound was performed August 9, 2017 and got the results on August 16, 2017.

Results: No indications of either cysts. Not even a trace. CYSTS ARE GONE!!

I hope this information will help you or will help anyone you know that is going through the same or similar situation.

If it worked for me, can work for someone else. Keep the faith and GO FOR IT!

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