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Cyst Ayurvedic Products - A cyst is a sac-like pocket of tissue that contains fluid, air, or other substances. Cysts can grow almost anywhere in your body or on your skin. There are many different types of cysts. Most cysts are benign, or non-cancerous. A cyst can appear as a bump on your skin. It may also feel like a small lump if it is growing just under your skin. Cysts develop in various places in the body and arise from different parts (tissues) of the body. Cysts usually grow slowly and have a smooth surface. They can be tiny or very large. Most cysts are not painful. They usually do not cause problems unless infected.
Kidney cysts: As people get older, sacs filled with fluid can form in the kidneys. These sacs are called "cysts." They are usually small oval or round thin-walled sacs with watery fluid in them. Kidney cysts are almost always benign (not cancerous). Usually, the cysts don't cause any problems. In fact, people can go through life without even knowing that they have them.
Some people have kidney cysts caused by an inherited disease called polycystic kidney disease (PKD). This disease can cause symptoms such as high blood pressure, pain in the back and side, blood in the urine or frequent kidney infections. Not all people who have PKD will have these symptoms.
Epididymal cyst: It is a fluid-filled sac which grows at the top end of the testicle. It is benign (i.e. not caused by cancer). Some men get only one; others get several on both testicles. Rarely, they can be associated with illnesses that cause cysts in other parts of the body. Small cysts do not need treatment.
An epididymal cyst is a non-cancerous (benign) growth filled with clear liquid which is found at the top end of the testis (testicle) where the spermatic cord (vas deferens) is attached. This area is known as the epididymis. You can get several epididymal cysts on one side of the scrotum or they can occur on both sides. The lump may be small but you are most likely to feel it if it enlarges. It can grow to the same size as the testicle (testis). It has a smooth surface and the consistency is described as fluctuant. This means you can squelch it between your fingers like a tiny water-filled balloon as opposed to the hard resistance you feel when squeezing a marble. The lump can be felt separate from the testis. Because the cyst is filled with fluid, it shines brightly when a light from a torch is passed through it. This is known as transillumination.
Liver cysts (also called hepatic cysts): These are fluid-filled sacs that occur in the liver of roughly 5% of the population. They are usually asymptomatic and often discovered by chance during an abdominal imaging procedure. Most liver cysts are benign. They can be:-
- Simple cysts
Polycystic liver disease (PLD) is a rare genetic disorder signified by the presence of greater than 20 liver cysts.