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How do I know that I have an ulcer in the womb?

Polycystic ovary syndrome is a common condition that affects approximately one of every 10 women. The ovarian cysts are sacs filled with fluids that develop on the ovary and affect how it works.

Women should be aware of the signs of cysts descending with menstruation, especially those undergoing treatment for polycystic ovaries.

The most common signs of cysts descending with menstruation are:

  • Severe pain during menstruation.
  • High body temperature.
  • Severe bleeding.
  • Nausea and vomiting.
  • Breathing difficulties.

Women exposed to these signs might think that there is a serious problem or their bodies are being seriously harmed, but in fact these signs are a good sign meaning that their bodies are healing and getting rid of these disturbing cysts.

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