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Can You Get Ovarian Cysts After Tubal Ligation
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Postablative syndrome- tubal ligation 17yrs ago. History of ovarian cyst. 2 ablations 4&8yrs ago. Should I get total or partial hyster 45yrs old?
Depends.: If you have a family history of ovarian cancer then you should consider having your ovaries removed. If you have menopause symptoms, recurrent cysts or other problems related to your ovaries then you may consider removing your ovaries. This would cause menopause and likely cause some symptoms. Need to have a detailed discussion with your doctor to help you decide what is best. ...Read more
Can I have a tubal ligation if I have a history of ovarian cysts? If so, which type of procedure is most safe with fewest side effects?
Laperoscopic: But it depend on the operator......Get a more detailed answer ›
I was at the Dr. Today for multiple ovarian cysts on both ovaries and the Dr. Talked about tubal ligation as relief for the pain why?
I am 27 and have had 4 kids. 20 months ago I had a tubal ligation. Since I've had cysts after cyst, bleed for 30+ days, weird discharge. What's wrong?
Hormones: You would benefit from going back on the pill. The pill decreases ovarian cysts by 50%. Best wishes. ...Read more
If you've had a tubal ligation (cut and burnt) then develop a fimbrial cyst. Will the cyst be reoccurances and could it be corrected with a reversal
No need for concern: If you have no pelvic /abdominal pains or other troublesome symptoms, there's no real need for concern. Practically all "fimbrial cysts" or peritoneal, paratubal paraovarian inclusion cysts are benign and require no surgical removal unless they cause symptoms. ...Read more
I had a Tubal ligation about 6 years ago. In the last week I've noticed a large painful to touch cyst along my tubes. Will this go away? I've had the
See your OB-GYN: Sometimes pregnancies occur even if you have had tubaligation. While this is rare, you need to be examined to determine the cause of your problem. ...Read more
What can be done about scar tissue after repeated c sections and tubal ligation cause of pain in the ovarian area with and without periods?
Tubal ligation 13 years ago bleeding one week after period feel pregnat cyst on my ovaries any advice please?
Had tubal ligation 12 months since then I have had heavy periods and during my cycle I pass huge clot today was diagnosed with ovarian mass, worrying?
Need to follow -up: Need to see your gyn and see what his or her plan of action is. Cannot be more specific-sorry. ...Read more
Gaining weight specially at thighs and abdomen, your monthly cycle messed up, no bowel regularity, feeling extreme tired, and lots of back pain with no sleep. Is it possible after tubal ligation and having cyst?
Gaining weight: What are you describing sound like low thyroid gland function. See a doctor. ...Read more
Can my tubaligation be the cause of my very heavy periods? Would just having my uterus removed be better for me because I also have ovarian cyst?
Depends.: Some women report heavier periods after having a tubal ligation. This may be because many women are pregnant or taking some form of birth control that was controlling their cycle prior to having the tubal. Bleeding problems also become more common with age. Their are many options for heavy periods. Discuss the pros and cons of each with your doctor to help you decide what is best for you. ...Read more
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There is a minimally invasive option done in your gynecologist's office with a local anesthetic and without an incision.
Women walk out of the office about 15 to 30 minutes later and resume normal activity once the anesthesia wears off. For a greater peace of mind you get a test 3 months later to confirm that your tubes are closed. ...Read more
What info: Please re-ask and be more specific about what you would like to know. For an in-depth discussion consider discussing with your medical provider or asking a provider on Healthtap Prime or Concierge. ...Read more
Possibly: Discuss this with your surgeon. If you are otherwise healthy, both procedures might be able to be done during the same anesthetic session. The surgeon doing the tubal ligation may also be able to repair the umbilical hernia. Alternatively, one surgeon could do the former & another the latter operation during the same anesthetic session. ...Read more
Discuss it.: Find out what the physician's specific concerns are. ...Read more
I got a tubal ligation after 4th child 15 years ago and my stomach has never been the same. Can I get this corrected this did'nt happen w first three
I had a tubal ligation four years ago. Ever since, I get a severe ovary pain for 24 hours (i am laid up) with each period. Why am I having this pain?
Does tubal test hurt? I am a virgin. I have an ovarian cyst so I will be undergoing laparoscopic procedure. They will also do the tubal test..
I believe you are referring a test to see if your fallopian tubes are patent (chromopertubation). If done during the laparoscopy you will be under anesthesia and you won't feel it. Obviously you will have some pain from the surgery.
Are you trying to get pregnant? Don't see the need for it unless you have problems conceiving. ...Read more
Rare: Less than 1%.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: But it is a very important decision. Although people talk about reversing this surgery, the results are variable, so assume that it will be permanent. You are young and life changes more than we think at 21. If you seek sterility there are many options without surgery. Take your time to make a decision. ...Read more
Absolutely: The length of time your tubes are tied is a zero factor. Success depends on three factors: 1. Skill of the surgeon, 2. Length of tubal segments remaining, and 3. Age of the patient. In skilled hands, the surgery is safe and the risk of an ectopic is less than 5%. An operative report may help but is not always "accurate". Ivf is also an option but generally costs a lot more. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Yes: Yes. Fertility can be obtained after a tubal ligation either through surgical repair (if amenable to reversal) or through ivf (tubal bypass). Tubal reversal success will depend on health of the tubes as well as chances to conceive overall. Ivf does not require tubes and therefore success will depend on the age of the female as well as presence of other infertility factors. ...Read more
During the C-section: A tubal ligation is usually performed during the c-section after the baby is delivered. This is to prevent another surgery in the future and any undesired pregnancy that could occur during the recovery period after the c-section. The tubal ligation provides immediate contraception and only takes an additional 5 minutes to perform. ...Read more
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