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[skip to content] how we use cookies text size: a a a high contrast normal contrast search our site our hospital site our charity site   medical conditions search for medical conditions clinical specialties procedures and treatments medicines information real stories staff a-z request information parents and visitors coming to hospital advice for when you stay advice for when you leave clinical support services general health advice giving feedback and raising concerns getting involved teenagers about your condition real stories coming to hospital staying in hospital leaving hospital general health advice giving feedback and raising concerns children about your condition real stories coming to hospital staying in hospital leaving hospital general health advice health professionals refer a patient clinical specialties clinical outcomes clinical guidelines integrated care pathways about us who we are our priorities foundation trust equality and diversity our corporate information our history redevelopment freedom of information act decision making contact us research and innovation about our research and innovation biomedical research centre (brc) our research infrastructure our partners our research themes publications support our research contact us working here current jobs nursing working for us career development lead (learning, education and development) courses and conferences volunteering for us news press releases bbc2 documentary, great ormond street filming and consent contact us » home â» medical conditions â» search for medical conditions â» ovarian cyst search for medical conditions ovarian cyst ovarian cyst information. Ovarian cyst information an ovarian cyst is a pocket of fluid that can develop on an ovary. Ovarian cysts are very common and can affect girls and women of any age. buy viagra canada viagra without a doctor prescription buy viagra generic cheap generic viagra online buy viagra online cheap free shipping viagra online canada cheapest viagra prices buy generic viagra cheap viagra pills generic viagra online without prescription â  ovarian cysts can appear as part of the way the ovary works normally. This type of cyst may not cause symptoms and does not usually need treatment. However, sometimes cysts can be quite large and cause other problems such as pain. If this happens then surgery may be required to remove the cyst. The majority of cysts in children and adolescents are benign (non-cancerous). What causes an ovarian cyst? The ovaries sit either side of the womb (uterus). Ovarian cysts occur when a pocket of fluid develops on the ovary. There are two main types of ovarian cyst - functional and pathological. Functional ovarian cysts are the cysts which develop as part of the way the normal ovary works. They are extremely common. They are harmless and usually disappear without treatment. They are always benign and often go unnoticed. However sometimes they can cause pain. This is usually because they twist or pop (rupture). Sometimes a small amount of bleeding can occur into the middle of the cyst. This is called a haemorrhagic cyst and can be painful. Pathologic.
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