If your family has a history, you may already be familiar with the symptoms of an ovarian cyst. If not, and if you have experienced a sharp pain or even an excruciating pain just before your menstrual period, you probably should know what the symptoms of an ovarian cyst are.
First it’s important to know that many cysts are asymptomatic meaning they will pass from your body naturally with no impact on your health. That said, understand that there are different types of cysts that can have different health consequences. They may cause the discomfort that you may be currently experiencing, or threaten fertility or even threaten your life.
Ovarian cysts are a condition that can not be ignored.
So what are these symptoms? Take a moment and think if you have experienced any of the following:
Parents want their children to lead a happy and healthy life. Orthodontic evaluation is recommended at an early age to help parents along the path to improving their child’s health.
Orthodontics practices thrive to make sure parents understand the significant role early orthodontic evaluation- and treatment, if necessary- plays in children’s oral health. They also inform their patients and patients’ parents about the notable dynamic between oral health and overall health.
The American Association of Orthodontists encourages children to get an evaluation by their orthodontist by age 7.
Being assessed at this age doesn’t always equate to treatment being necessary. But there are some alignment issues and unhealthy oral habits that may need to be addressed this early in life.
Knowing whether a child is on a monitor-only or a treatment path at a young age can result in less invasive orthodontic treatment now, rather than surgery later.