A cyst is a pocket of tissue that contains air, fluid, or other substances. Cysts are quite common, and most are noncancerous or at least benign.
They can develop anywhere under the skin, but they may also grow from deeper inside the body, such as kidneys, breasts, and ovaries.
Because they are not often dangerous, they don’t cause any noticeable pain; people with cysts never realize if they have sac-like pockets.
Most cysts do not require medical attention; even if they stay under your skin, they stop growing after a certain point and never disrupt your system. In rare cases, cysts must be removed with surgery.
Keely Favell of Swansea, Wales, probably had the most curious case of cyst ever recorded in medical history. A cyst began developing in her ovaries in 2014.
An ovarian cyst is typically caused by an ovarian follicle that won’t release its eggs.
Once again, they are not usually harmful and will disappear after about three months without the medical intervention of any sort. For Favell, the cyst never stopped growing, and it baffled her doctor.
10 /10 Pregnancy Test
As her stomach grew more prominent, he took a pregnancy test to determine if she was valid with the child. One pregnancy test after another all came out negative.
Her doctor also insisted Favell must be pregnant despite the test results. When people asked her about the bay due dates, she played along to avoid embarrassment.
Favell herself believed that she was only gaining fat in the abdomen area throughout the time. The tummy just kept on growing, however.
9 /10 Slowly Getting Bigger
Her stomach was very slowly getting bigger by the day. She never knew something strange about her body during the first few months.
Favell couldn’t understand what was happening to her stomach. She was eating healthy foods and exercising regularly, but her size increased.
Before the cyst, she was size 14; as the abdomen grew, Favell had to wear size 22. Despite the embarrassment, she carried on as usual as she could.