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Adhesions On Ovaries Symptoms
Varies: It depends if it's done laparoscopically or via open technique, and how intense the adhesiolysis is. But, as a general rule, you should be back to full activity in about 2-3 weeks after laparoscopic procedure, and about 4-6 weeks after open procedure. Your surgeon will have his/her own recommendations, which I strongly suggest you follow. Good luck. ...Read more
Adhesions are scar tissue which can form after any abdominal surgery. The severity depends on whether infection/inflammation was present at the time of surgery. Adhesions are like bands or spider webs that form around the abdominal organs/intestines. Sometimes adhesions are light and cause no problems, sometimes tremendous problems, like crazy glue in the abdomen. Can ...Read more
Robotic surgery: Same as any laparoscopic comparable procedure 1 to2 weeks. ...Read more
I am 5 weeks postop from a laparotomy with removal of right ovary and adhesions, can I resume normal activities?
Call and ask: Please call your surgeon about this: most recommend 6 weeks but you should follow the instructions your doctor gives you, no one else. ...Read more
Postmenopause woman with growing ova cyst everything else ok. If surgery do I need complete ovary hysterectomy removed. Have adhesions from other surg?
Previous scarring: Previous surgical scar tissue (adhesions) make this a more complicated question to answer because the subject ovary may be "stuck" to other tissues like bowel, pelvic sidewall or bladder. If you don't want to return to surgery after this operation you might give consideration to hysterectomy with ovarian removal. You will need a very competent surgeon to undertake this operation- interview wisely ...Read more
I have several adhesions. The bowel and uterus are adhered and the 2 ovaries as well. How dangerous is this?
I'm scheduled to have my ovary removed robotically along with bowel adhesions, endriometrioes removed how long is recovery?
Ask your surgeon. ..: Please believe me, I'm not trying to be rude but I believe it's essential that patients ask questions of their physicians/surgeons, especially when it comes to procedures & medications, before agreeing to do/take something. The physician who proposes some procedure/medication should be able to address all your concerns and in fact, should propose answers to questions you haven't yet thought about. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had pelvic adhesion removed last year. I'm having a tight feeling where my right ovary is. Is this something to worry about?
Had ultrasound for endo, left ovary is stuck down, unsure to whether it's adhesions or live endo. Will my ovary/eggs get damaged from being stuck down?
No: Don't worry, eggs don't get damaged, due to adhesion, nature is remarkable, egg will find its way and do what it is supposed to do. Besides you have stand by right side. Speak to your gyn doctor in your next visit. ...Read more
During a recent hospital stay, a cat scan showed adhesion on ovary. I haven't had any surgeries so what do you think would cause this?
Painful (swollen and tender) left ovary few days as period ending, for the past 4 cycles. Could it be from adhesions? I had 2 laparoscopies in past.
Could be: There are a lot of things it could be. Unfortunately the nerves from our ovaries, tubes, uterus run together and then they run with the nerves from our bladder, bowels and the muscles in the pelvis. So pelvic pain at the end of the cycle could be from anything in the pelvis. You should see your doctor and have a thorough exam before chalking it up to any one thing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me how can your doctor diagnose you with having scar tissue or adhesions on or around your ovaries?
Take a look: A doc can give a presumptive diagnosis, followed by recommendation for procedure to confirm diagnosis. Adhesion is very common and over used as a source of pain. Typically a surgery to look inside, see the adhesion, resect them or make an additional diagnosis is definitive. Okay to have a risk/benefit discussion with your doc about this. Take a friend. Be well. ...Read more
Ovarian cyst ovaries may be removed can it be done vaginally I have abd adhesions and pelvic adhesions previously?
I have adhesions in fallubian tube and both of ovaries also I have ovarian cysts over ovaries what should I do to solve this problem?
Depends: If you are trying to conceive and both of your tubes are blocked you will need ivf. Regarding your ovarian cyst it depends on the size and type of ovarian cyst. Some ovarian cysts can be followed conservatively over time while others needs to be removed surgically. Your obgyn can guide you with regards to the necessary follow up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hadsurgery about a week ago. I had a hernia removed from my umbilical cord, cyst removed from my ovary, adhesions, gallbladder n appendix when is sex ok?
Hard to say: This is an answer best given by the surgeon who worked on you. We do not have the detailed records to review or any idea if there were complicating factors. Just call the office tomorrow and ask the staff to clarify any restrictions you should follow. ...Read more
My daughter has a history of ovarian cysts. Recent ultrasound shows no cyst just lots of fluid around ovary and adhesion in ovary. What does this mean?
My both ovaries seen posterior and adjoining uterus and to each other? Due to adhesions. .... What is the solution
No pain no gain: If there is no pain associated with the adhesions and you are not actively trying to conceive, then sometimes leaving well enough alone is the best option as adhesions can re-form post lysis surgery. If you are attempting pregnancy, the Fallopian tubes get bound by the adhesions and preventing the fertilized egg from transporting to the uterus raising the risk of ectopic pregnancies=surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a ovary that feels like its pulsing I've had PID in the past with multiple adhesions and scar tissue one ovary has been removed what can it be?
Ovarian symptoms: First, this may not be your ovary you are feeling. Secondly, if it is there may be PID again, an ovarian cyst, scarring from prior inflammation producing changes in the ovary or fallopian tube, and so on and so on. The best thing is to see a gynecologist and be evaluated. Good luck. ...Read more