Is an ovarian cyst dangerous, and if so, how much? How to treat her? Is it necessary to remove the cyst or can I do without surgery? These and similar questions arise in women when they make such a diagnosis.
What is a cyst?
This is a hollow formation in which the liquid is located. Simply put, this is a bubble (or bubble, if the formation is large), inside which there may be serous fluid, blood, pus, etc. (By the way, from the Greek cyst it translates as “bubble” or “bag”.) Cysts form on different body parts. Often they are located on the ovaries. Continue reading
Chlamydia are pathogenic microbacteria (some scientists consider them to be something between viruses and bacteria), causing infectious diseases in humans and animals. There are several varieties of these microorganisms; for humans, three of them are harmful, affecting various organs:
chlamydia pneumonia (Chlamydia pneumoniae) affects the respiratory system, causes bronchitis and pneumonia; Continue reading
Morning awakening is always associated with drowsiness and even some laziness. To cheer up, some people immediately brew their aromatic coffee, others start the day with a shower. And only a few wake up with morning exercises. As practice shows, it is precisely those who invigorate the body with physical education that quickly go into active mode. So what is the use of charging? What is it for? And what exercises are best done in the morning? Continue reading