What exactly is a ganglion cyst? Is that what you think it is. It is a benign tumour (that grows) in the back of your ear which, if left unchecked, can spread to other parts of your head or neck. And yes, this condition is rather common. Many people who suffer from ear ache have one or more ganglion cysts.
Now to understand why a ganglion cyst with a book is so painful. Consider a situation when you read a chapter a book and suddenly realise that you are not really following the information in that book. The reason for this is that chapter or book was not meant to be read in its entirety at one go. Instead, each sentence is being dissected and understood in the context of the whole. The same applies to audio material as well.
If we used audio material that is not intended to be taken on multiple listens we would run into problems. For example, if you listened to a chapter twice then you would understand the meaning of the sentences. However, if you listen to the same chapter repeatedly then all you end up doing is repeating the sentences from the beginning to the end. This not only makes understanding the book difficult but also increases the possibility of hearing the ‘twangy’ voice at the back of your mind when you think about it.
So what can we do about this problem? Well, the most obvious solution is to get rid of the ganglion cyst with a Castor oil patch or even just a bandage. A bandage will be more distracting than a Castor oil patch and will certainly not help the pain. You do however need to take the time to consult with a medical professional to make sure that the Castor oil method is appropriate for you.
A wrist ganglion cyst surgery is a possible treatment for a ganglion cyst on the wrist. This is referred to as a carpal tunnel treatment. The treatment will involve cutting the soft tissue away around the nerve and cutting through the fibrous tissue as well. Depending on how big the cyst is and if it is malignant or benign, will depend on what kind of surgical procedure you will go through.
A possible complication from this type of procedure could be a herniated disc. This is the situation where the inner gel like fluid that is sacs between the nerve and the muscle, bulges out. This is a very serious condition and should not be treated lightly. In the event of a herniated disc you may be given painkillers and told to rest but there is no guarantee it won’t pop out again. Other complications can include the formation of ganglion cysts around the wrist, so treatment for this must be considered very carefully.
So which is better, removing a ganglion cyst with a book or removing a Bible bump by hand? The answer really all depends on what you’re after. I personally prefer the former as the recovery time is considerably less, you don’t need to take multiple medications and there is a much lower risk of complications. However, this does not mean you can’t have both, you can choose how you want to deal with the problem.
The best thing about a bible ganglion cyst book is that it’s an easy read and highly informative. I personally feel it’s necessary for all women to know what they are up against. I feel learning what you’re up against is one of the most important things when you’re attempting to get pregnant. I personally have suffered with ganglions and so understanding exactly what I was up against was extremely important.