Cysts In Naperville, IL

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What are Cysts?

Cysts are sacs filled with liquid, pus, or other substances. They can vary in size from tiny to very large and can occur almost anywhere in the body. Cysts form due to a variety of reasons, such as an infection, clogged sebaceous glands, chronic inflammatory conditions, or even genetic factors.

How is a Cyst Treated?

Treatment for cysts may vary depending on the location, size, and symptoms. In some cases, no treatment is required if the cysts are small and asymptomatic. However, if treatment is necessary due to discomfort, infection, or size, options include drainage, surgical removal, and oral or injectable medication. At Oak Dermatology, our team of medical experts can manage various cystic conditions, providing the care to address the patient's needs.

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Will a cyst go away on its own?

Certain kinds of cysts will not disappear alone. At Oak Dermatology, our dermatologists advise that you receive therapy for a cyst in order to assess the proper method to address the problem. If you are unsure of the type of cyst, it is recommended to seek medical attention when possible.

Can I remove my cyst myself?

It's not a recommended to attempt getting rid of a cyst on your own because this might increase the possibility of infection, including the reoccurrence of the cyst. To carefully remove most cysts, you need to receive treatment from a medical doctor.

When should I get treatment for a cyst?

It is advisable to seek medical treatment for a cyst when it starts to interfere with your daily activities or causes significant discomfort. There are several specific circumstances when the intervention of a healthcare provider becomes necessary:

  • The cyst is in an area that is unbearable
  • It is enlarged or hurts
  • It leads to symptoms, like itching or bleeding
  • The appearance of the cyst is distressing
Can a cyst come back after removal?

When a cyst is surgically removed, there is little possibility of the cyst recurring in the same spot, but it can come back nevertheless. The likelihood of a cyst reoccurring depends on several factors, including the type of cyst, the completeness of the initial removal, and individual healing responses. Follow-up care is crucial. Regular monitoring and adherence to post-treatment instructions can help minimize the risk of a cyst returning. If a cyst does reappear, additional treatments, possibly more extensive than the initial one, may be necessary.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.