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can an ovarian torsion correct itself?

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Dr. James Lin
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Possible but..: Possibly, an ovarian may twist with its recurrent spontaneous untwisting, similar to that scenario in testes. But, testicular torsion with recurrent spontaneous detorsion is somewhat easier to assess than the ovarian counterpart. However, professional alertness + timely analysis the detailed Hx of onset, degree, duration, and interval of pain remain the key to suspecting its Dx.

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I have been hearing a lot about ovarian involvement in endometriosis. What about the tubes?

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Endo: The tubes can also be involved with endometriosis and cause tubal obstruction.
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How dangerous are ovarian cancers?

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Frequently fatal: The ovaries can have cancer for a long time before symptoms are felt. They are small organs and not readily felt on a routine abdominal exam. Frequently the initial diagnosis is made after the cancer has already spread outside of the ovary. Distant spread of the cancer makes it harder to cure with surgery and radiation. This is why there is such a high rate of fatality frm this condition.
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Can you exaplin what is ovarian grafting?

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Preserve your eggs: Ovarian grafting is an experimental technique that can be used to preserve your eggs for future fertility prior to chemotherapy, or radiation, or any treatment that can damage the eggs and ovaries. At this time, freezing eggs or embryos is a more reliable method to preserve your eggs and your fertility and may be a better option. Please speak with a specialist before you make a decision.
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Do doctors see a lot of patients with ovarian torsion?

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No, It is rare: This is a very rare condition. I've only seen it once in 20 years.
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What are the most common symptoms of ovarian torsion?

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Dr. David Hicks
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Pain: Severe pain sudden onset and intense seek medical atttention emergentlyquick surgical intervention is the only way to save the ovary in these circumstances. Keep in mind any sudden severe abdominal or pelc pain should be evaluated immediately. Rupture of intestine or stomach or a tubal pregnancy can be life threatening.

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