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i have a problem of "Ovarian Cyst".
2.8cm * 2.0cm (right)
2.7cm * 2.6cm (left)
this all started after marriage.i had been married since & years.due to my unhealthy relation with my husband,i had taken 4 times abortion in starting years.
but now my Doctor had suggested me a medicine "DAINE 35 tablets" for both things, 1.birth control and 2.curing cysts.
what do u think, will these medicines will control birth and also are they effective to cure the cysts

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replied January 26th, 2007
Birth Control Answer A2198
Diane 35 will probably neutralize the problem with the birth control because using oral contraceptives is one of the most efficient contraceptive methods. Oral contraceptives have an efficiency rate greater than 99%. At your age, (24), ovarian cysts are usually functional and they usually disappear spontaneously after 2-3 months. If an ovarian cyst is greater than 5cm in diameter, however, or if it does not disappear after 3 months... it should be considered for an operation. Oral contraceptives can be given during the time of monitoring.

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