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Bleeding After Removal Of Fallopian Tube
Aka oviduct, uterine tube, or salpinx. It is basically a small tube connecting between the ovary and the uterus. This tube carries the eggs from the ovary area to the unterus. This is the tube that is cut/tied-up/or burned in women having the tuboligation procedure for permanent birth control purpose. Have ...Read more
When a tubal ligation done after a c-section, is a chunk of the falopian tube removed creating a gap between ovary and remaining tube?
Various techniques: There are a variety of techniques to performing a tubal ligation during a c section. The most common is a mid segmental salpingectomy - This is where the middle section of the tube is removed completely. Recently some doctors are removing the entire tube as some studies show a reduction in the lifetime risk of ovarian cancer when the tube is removed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pathology: Typically the specimens are sent to a pathologist, a doctor, who looks at them under a microscope and confirms the type of tissue they are. When pathologic examination is complete, the products of conception (embryo) and tube are incinerated. This is the case for placentas at birth and a variety of other biological tissues. Incineration is safe and destroys any disease as well. Hope that helps. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
How long is recovery for laproscopic removal of blood cyst from ovary, fluid on fallopian tube and tubes tied all at once?
Bleeding: You need to go right to the ER if you think you are having bleeding ...Read more
Well yes, but...: If the ovaries are removed, then you'll no longer be producing much female sex hormone at all, and you'd then essentially enter menopause unless hormones are replaced in pill form. Daily hormone replacement pills keep levels very stable which would generally end the sorts of symptoms you get from abnormal hormone fluctuation in PCOS. Though it's far too aggressive of a treatment just for PCOS. ...Read more
In my operative report operation documented as Laparoscopic tubal fulguration bilaterally. After bowels were swept cautery device was used to trace the tubes out to the fimbriated ends bilaterally. After which, each tube was cauterized in an approximatel
So far so good: Nothing to worry about so far but operative report incomplete in the question. ...Read more
Unclear: Not really sure what that means. There are lots of types of laparoscopies. Not sure what you mean by fluid drainage. If you mean you had a cyst removed then the answer to your question is yes. ...Read more
Hysteroscopic resection of fibroids removal for pregnancy. Does it improve fertility after removal of small or large uterine fiborids? in all women.
Depends on location: if the fibroids is significantly distorting the endometrial cavity, it will be of benefit (assuming all other factors are normal). Fibroids outside of the endometrial cavity or that are pedunculated, may not reduce your chances of getting pregnant and may not be neccessary to remove them. Speak to your GYN who can discuss this further with you . Best wishes ...Read more
Would never being pregnant determine the method of hysterectomy surgery for removal of uterus, tubes and ovary. Reason for surgery is thick lining.
One factor: The number of pregnancies is one factor in determining the route of surgery. The patient’s size, the size of the uterus, the size of the vagina, the amount of uterine prolapse, previous surgeries, medical problems, surgeon preference, surgeon skin and experience are other a few of the other factors. Each case must be evaluated individually to determine the best surgical approach. ...Read more
No: At least, not necessarily. It depends on the clinical reasons for removing the tube(s); but in most cases the ovaries can (and should) be preserved if the woman is of reproductive age and still desires childbearing, and often in menopause and beyond. Cases of gyn cancers are fairly specific and should only be considered with the help of a gynecologic oncologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stage 4 endo, removal left tube & ovarie, since 2009. Cervix found high during sonohystergram, pulled back into place, normal? Cause of infertility?
Can someone w/endometriosis and pcos get pregnant? I had my (l) fallopian tube removed, along w/scar tissue, & adhesions during laparoscopy surgery.
No: In theory, the answer is a very, very rare yes. There are case reports of it happening. In reality, the answer is no. Realize the hundreds of thousands of hysts done but only a couple case reports of ectopic pregnancy after. If worried, take a preg test. If neg, you are not pregnant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After 2 ectopics in the same tube and the removal of that tube, what are the chances of having an ectopic in the remaining tube? Hsg- good tube.
Higher: It is possible to have a single tube damaged significantly and have the other tube remain totally normal. Most of the time tubes are damaged by either infection or endometriosis, both of which are global processes that affect a lot of different places. An hsg that confirms a tube is open does not indicate how the tube actually functions. So you still have a higher risk of ectopic. ...Read more
It is common: Bleeding may occur as the pregnancy hormone levels in the blood drop, and some of the uterine lining that built up during the early pregnancy begins to break down and shed. It is important that the pregnancy test levels be followed until negative after any treatment of an ectopic pregnancy. ...Read more
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