Research has shown that almost all woman (especially during child bearing years) have been inflicted with a hemorrhagic ovarian cyst also known as a hematocyst or a blood cyst. They are considered a functioning cyst because they are affected by hormones, occur during a regular menstrual cycle and are not caused by any disease. Hemorrhagic ovarian cysts are the most common type of cyst and are almost always benign or non-cancerous. Most hemorrhagic ovarian cysts are diagnosed through CT scans, ultrasounds and are frequently found during bi-annual and annual doctor visits.
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