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Can a small, solid, ovarian tumor still rupture or twist? I'm experiencing pelvic pain and am wondering if this is the cause.

Can a small, solid,  ovarian tumor still rupture or twist? I'm experiencing pelvic pain and am wondering if this is the cause.

Unlikely: It has to be over 5 cm in size before leakage becomes a consideration. You can get yourself rechecked by your gynecologist who can verify it with an ultrasound or mri/ct scan. ...Read more

Neoplasms (Definition)

"tumor" literally translates as "mass", so even a fresh bruise could be called a "tumor". Doctors use the term "neoplasm" (tranlates literally as new growth) to describe tumors that are abnormal growths of cells. These may be benign or malignant; "malignant" = cancer. In everyday usage, we use "tumor" ...Read more


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Can ovarian tumor cause a rib fracture?

Can ovarian tumor cause a rib fracture?

Yes: Metastatic cancer can involve many areas, including bones. This makes them weaker and susceptible to pathologic fractures. ...Read more

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14 yr F. SEVERE daily upper back pain on both sides, radiating down both arms and into stomach ever since surgery to remove ovarian tumor 4/15/16. ??

14 yr F. SEVERE daily upper back pain on both sides, radiating down both arms and into stomach ever since surgery to remove ovarian tumor 4/15/16. ??

Severe pain: If you are in severe pain then immediately evaluation is needed. If the pain has been going on for one month then it seems you are long past due for evaluation. Start with your surgeon who did your surgery who can evaluate with a physical exam and testing. ...Read more

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I have an ovarian tumor what can I do to ease the pain.

I have an ovarian tumor what can I do to ease the pain.

Ovarian Tumor: Without knowing more information about the type and extent of the tumor, it is hard to advise you. There are analgesics for pain that your doctor can order, but if the tumor has spread to other organs or bone, the choices become more complex. It is best to consult with your gynecologist/ oncologist and discuss specific pain palliation for your specific set of circumstances. ...Read more

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What is borderline ovarian tumor is concerous?

What is borderline ovarian tumor is concerous?

Near Ca/need info.: Any borderline situation regarding a tumor means that it is a step away from being cancerous. Some ovarian tumors have more malignant potential than others. Borderline ovarian tumors have cellular features of malignancy but do not invade. Thus surgery should be curative in nearly all cases. ...Read more

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Can a cancerous ovarian tumor be less than 2cm?

Can a cancerous ovarian tumor be less than 2cm?

Yes: Cancers start as one cancerous cell, so any cancer will go through a phase in which it is a millimeter or so and become larger. ...Read more

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Borderline ovarian tumor removed. Now pelvic pains. Has anyone surviedd this?

Borderline ovarian tumor removed. Now pelvic pains. Has anyone surviedd this?

Yes: The tumors are what was described; borderline. Almost all will survive with no adjuvant therapy at all. ...Read more

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Is it true that an ovarian tumor have the same effects as an ovarian cyst might?

Possibly: An ovarian tumor is solid and will continue to grow. However an ovarian cyst is from an egg cell that did not rupture. You may have pain, irregular bleeding or other symptoms with both, so you should see your gynecologist this week to rule it out. ...Read more

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I had a borderline malignant ovarian tumor that was mucinous. Would that mean it was pre-cancerous?

I had a borderline malignant ovarian tumor that was mucinous. Would that mean it was pre-cancerous?

It's cancer but...: On the other hand, it's not very aggressive. I hope it's out. Your gynecologist can tell you the odds of its staying gone for the rest of your life. ...Read more

Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
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Backaches (Definition)

Backaches is a symptom in which a person has pain (aches) in his back, either some of the time, during some activities, or all the time. There are many causes for backaches, including arthritis, heavy lifting, ...Read more


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Back Pain (Definition)

Pain in the back is a symptom that can be due to a number of causes including musculoskeletal or neurological problems or due to problems ...Read more