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A cyst is a closed and sac like structure that contains gas, fluid, or semi-solid material and is not a regular part of the person's tissue where it is located.


Cysts are common and may occur anywhere on a person's body, at any age. Cysts can vary in size and might be detectable only underneath a microscope. Cysts may also grow large enough to displace a person's tissues and organs.


Body waste and toxins deposited or retained in organs, blood and inside free places of our body, causes all type of diseases so cleaning of body in every condition guarantees a best health.


Types of Cysts

There are hundreds of types of cysts that can arise in a person's body. Some of the more well-known types of cysts include the following:

Skin Cysts: Skin cysts are the most common and most innocuous types of cysts. They do not cause cancer and can form anywhere on the skin or under its surface. These cysts can be drained, although they sometimes go away without any treatment.

Cherry Angiomas: Cherry angiomas form on top of the skin and are red and smooth. This type of cyst is more common in people who are at least 40 years old. Although they are harmless, cherry angiomas can be removed for aesthetic reasons.

Sebaceous cysts: Sebaceous cysts develop under the skin and contain an oily substance. Hair follicles are a prime spot for these inflammations. As with many types of cysts, people who have sebaceous cysts should refrain from scratching or picking at the affected areas, because infection might occur.
Wet, warm compresses can be used to relieve any swelling or pain caused by sebaceous cysts. If the cysts do not go away or worsen, medical treatment should be sought. Removal might be necessary.

Ovarian cysts: Ovarian cysts can form painlessly and disappear on their own, but they might become painful if they grow large or affect the ovary itself. These cysts can be caused by egg sacs that don’t properly break open or dissolve as part of the menstrual cycle. Endometriosis, a condition in which the tissue found inside the uterus appears elsewhere in the body, can cause ovarian cysts called Endometriosis.

Chalazions: Chalazions appear around the eyes or eyelids and might resemble pimples. This type of cyst is caused by clogged and inflamed glands. Infection can worsen these bumps, so touching them unnecessarily is not recommended. Most chalazions can be eased at home with the application of warm compresses and doctor-prescribed drops or creams.

Ganglion cysts: Ganglion cysts develop in the tissues near joints and tendons, often in the wrists or ankles. They also can occur behind the knees, in which case they are known as Baker's cysts. This type of cyst usually is filled with a thicker fluid than skin cysts.
A ganglion cyst causes painful swelling. No one is quite sure what causes ganglion cysts. Many of them will vanish without any treatment. If a ganglion cyst becomes too painful to bear or interferes with daily activities such as driving or walking, it can be drained and treated with steroid injections.

Malignancy: Cysts also can be classified based on whether they are cancerous. Benign cysts are noncancerous cysts. Malignant cysts are cancerous, and precancerous cysts are not cancerous but have the potential to become cancerous. Anyone who is concerned about these types of cysts or any other lumps and bumps should talk to a healthcare professional.



The common symptom is swelling around the area, but a cyst may or may not be painful. Sometimes, depending on the cause and location, a cyst contains semi-solid or solid material.

External cysts can feel like abnormal lump. Cysts beneath skin or tissues are usually noticeable. Cysts in mammary glands also may be palpable. Cysts of internal organs such as the kidneys or liver mayor may not produce any symptoms or may =not be detected by the affected individual depending upon the size and location of cysts. These cysts are mainly discovered in x-ray, ultrasound, CT scan, MRI reports.


Causes of Cysts


  • Blocked ducts, which cause a build-up of fluid
  • A defect in the cells
  • An impact injury that pops a blood vessel
  • A parasite.

Most cysts form for no apparent reason. Some of the known causes of cysts include:-

Treatment at SSOHM

At SSOHM we provide treatment for this disease which is combination of herbal and homeopathy. Development of cysts at any part of human body is the outcome of liver infection. Many problems are the direct or indirect result of inadequate bile flow (Liver secrets bile juice which is stored in gallbladder). The cure of disease comes with liver cleansing and bowel cleansing.

The medicines prescribed here for cleansing of these toxins from liver, stomach and other parts of body along with the treatment of removing cysts from body.


The treatment is 100% safe with no side effect



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