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A dermoid cyst will not shrink or go away with hormone therapy. Surgery is the only way to remove it for a definitive diagnosis. Most times now, surgery is done by laparoscopic keyhole surgery. In some cases, dermoid cyst can be removed with Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery.
Both Cervarix and Gardasil cover for the 2 main strains that are most responsible for cervical cancer. Gardasil covers for 2 additional strains that are most responsible for genital warts.
It should be fine to have the remaining 2 doses in the form of Gardasil.
By definition, having ceased menstruation for the last two years, you have already transition into your postmenopausal years. The symptoms you have described (i.e. flushes and excessive perspiration) are commonly experienced by peri-menopausal women. I suggests that you consult a gynaecologist to confirm that there is no other cause for your symptoms, then have a good discussion on the pros and cons of hormonal supplementation before commencing on any medication. Your symptoms may last for some months to years and they may significantly hindrance your daily life routines. You do not need to bear with them until they "run dry". Your good gynaecologist will propose several options to help you manage the menopause.