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When can have sex or get pregnant after ovarian cyst surgery?

When can have sex or get pregnant after ovarian cyst surgery?

Depends: You would be safe to resume relations by 4 weeks after surgery and maybe even sooner depending on what the surgery involved and how it was done. It could be ok to have sex much sooner - you can ask your doctor. ...Read more

Cyst (Definition)

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


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Why can't I get pregnant after 2 years of ovarian cyst surgery?

Why can't I get pregnant after 2 years of ovarian cyst surgery?

Multiple reasons: Your sexual activity does not fall on the ovulation days, you have occluded fallopian tubes, your partner has low sperm count, you have genetic abnormality or as simple as you need more time. Find fertility clinic, they will help. ...Read more

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I had an ovarian cyst last year and had a surgery in removing d dermoid cyst. Part of my ovary was removed. Can I get pregnant again..

I had an ovarian cyst last year and had a surgery in removing d dermoid cyst. Part of my ovary was removed. Can I get pregnant again..

It is possible: If you still have the other ovary fully intact then you will likely be able to get pregnant again. ...Read more

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How can I get pregnant with ovarian cyst 4 2 years now and surgeries and med please I'm tired I have it on both ovaries 4c. M is it that hard to be pregn?

How can I get pregnant with ovarian cyst 4 2 years now and surgeries and med please I'm tired I have it on both ovaries 4c. M is it that hard to be pregn?

Go see ReproEndo: Once you've actively tried to conceive for 12mo w/o success, it's time to go see reproductive endocrinologist for their expertise. While waiting for appointment, go see your family doc for preconception counseling & get started on prenatal vitamins to lower risk for neural tube defects. And make sure your partner gets evaluated, too, w/semen analysis & sperm count (we're often guilty party). ...Read more

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How soon after having surgery to remove ovarian cysts can I get pregnant?

How soon after having surgery to remove ovarian cysts can I get pregnant?

Discuss with your do: Discuss with your doctor who knows your situation and diagnosis, extent of surgery, roughly 6 wks is good estimate, every case is different. ...Read more

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Can you get rid of ovarian cysts naturally without surgery while pregnant?

Can you get rid of ovarian cysts naturally without surgery while pregnant?

See below.: Many ovarian cysts resolve on their own. There are no specific medications to have them disappear during pregnancy. Surgery is an option if there are complications or if the cyst look suspicious on ultrasound. ...Read more

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Can I lose weight will help me to get pregnant while have ovarian cysts also had A Laproscopy surgery 1 year and 7 months ago?

Can I lose weight will help me to get pregnant while have ovarian cysts also had A Laproscopy surgery 1 year and 7 months ago?

Obesity & PCOS: If you have PCOS and are overweight, spontaneous ovulation is more likely with weight reduction if you are able to achieve it. If not, a GYN MD has treatment options to facilitate ovulation if you want to conceive. ...Read more

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After ovarian cyst surgery women is able to pregnant?

After ovarian cyst surgery women is able to pregnant?

Yes, if: Yes, if tubes are patent, one of the ovaries is functional and there are no other medical reproductive issues with her or her partner. ...Read more

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Can you still have keyhole surgery to remove ovarian cyst if your pregnant?

Can you still have keyhole surgery to remove ovarian cyst if your pregnant?

Pregnancy/surgery: Emergent surgery for life threatening conditions like acute appendicitis, or acute cholecystitis are considered when a patient is pregnant. It is better for you and the baby to avoid the drugs and recovery associated with surgery until after delivery. Ovarian cysts typically can be managed until after delivery. ...Read more

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Think I might be pregnant, have keyhole surgery coming up for ovarian cyst, will they still be able to do it?

Think I might be pregnant, have keyhole surgery coming up for ovarian cyst, will they still be able to do it?

Pregnancy/surgery: The surgery facility will perform a blood draw pregnancy test when you arrive. If it is positive, your surgery case will be cancelled. It will be less risk to delay ovary cyst removal, compared to proceeding when you are pregnant. Okay to talk with your surgery team/facility. Getting a pregnancy test today may help you. ...Read more

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What is considered (in measurements)a very large ovarian cyst that needs to be removed in surgery if pregnant?

What is considered (in measurements)a very large ovarian cyst that needs to be removed in surgery if pregnant?

>5 cm.: Any adnexal cyst over two inches in diameter can twist, rupture, or leak causing acute abdominopelvic pain and preterm labor or pregnancy loss. Talk with a maternal-fetal medicine specialist to determine if you should grave this laparoscopically respected between 16-20 weeks (safest window). ...Read more

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I have a left ovarian cyst of 11cm. I am 10wks pregnant now and my ob tells me I have to have surgery at 16-20wks. Will this surgery harm my baby?

I have a left ovarian cyst of 11cm. I am 10wks pregnant now and my ob tells me I have to have surgery at 16-20wks. Will this surgery harm my baby?

Probably not: A cyst that size requires surgery because it can twist on itself and therein the blood supply to the ovary can be cut off and the ovarian tissue will die. This will also result in severe pain. Your OB is right to wait until the second trimester- this is the safest time in the pregnancy to have the surgery done. ...Read more

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I'm 15 weeks pregnant and have complex ovarian cyst. Is the surgery safe for baby? Could it be ovarian cancer?

I'm 15 weeks pregnant and have complex ovarian cyst. Is the surgery safe for baby? Could it be ovarian cancer?

Unlikely: If you are having pain and if it is increasing in size your doctor may recommend surgery. Most cysts in pregnancy resolve. Keep close follow up with your doctor. ...Read more

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I had anal sex 2 weeks ago and 2 days later I had an emergency surgery removing an ovarian cysts. My period is late. Am I pregnant?

I had anal sex 2 weeks ago and 2 days later I had an emergency surgery removing an ovarian cysts. My period is late. Am I pregnant?

A very tiny chance: Women have more than one hole, but sperm must enter the correct hole in order to swim to the egg and create a pregnancy. Any activities in the wrong hole do not lead to pregnancy (unless other activities happen "in the heat of the moment"). One can consider using a reliable form of birth control if not wanting a baby, regardless of what sexual activities are going on, as life can be surprising. ...Read more

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Doctor did Inhibin A Non maternal blood test, came back 4.3 pg/mL. I am not pregnant but have ovarian cysts that need surgery. Is the result normal?

Doctor did Inhibin A Non maternal blood test, came back 4.3 pg/mL. I am not pregnant but have ovarian cysts that need surgery. Is the result normal?

Inhibin A test: This is a blood test that can be used as a marker for granulosal cell and mucinous ovarian cancers. We do not typically run that test on common ovarian cysts. Your Inhibin A test is in the normal range. Individual test results must be interpreted by the doctor who ordered it who will know why the test was done and how to interpret it in individual circumstances. ...Read more

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I have been diagnosed with an ovarian cyst and they said its starting to leak if I get surgery what are the chances in having a child?

Likely very good: At the time of ovulation, there will always be a cyst about an inch in diameter. That cyst will rupture (and leak) to release the egg, which could be fertilized if you are sexually active and without protection. After ovulation the cyst may enlarge up to 3 or 4 inches, and still be normal. Before having surgery for an ovarian cyst, see your gynecologist, most ovarian cysts do not require surgery. ...Read more

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3.3cm ovarian cyst is it time for me to get surgery?

3.3cm ovarian cyst is it time for me to get surgery?

It depends: There are a lot of factors that go into deciding if you should have surgery. Among them are: Cyst type, pain level, and interference with pregnancy (if desired). Have a good discussion with your Gynecologist and make an informed decision. Good luck! ...Read more

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I need a laposcopic done for ovarian cyst. They are very large. My insurance is saying they are a pre exsiting con. What should I do to get surgery?

I need a laposcopic done for ovarian cyst. They are very large. My insurance is saying they are a pre exsiting con. What should I do to get surgery?

Very complicated: Every insurance plan makes up its own rules. You may be able to wait 6 months and then be covered. You may have to change plans. New health laws may make pre-existing condition exclusions illegal. If that passes in the country, in your state, or with your plan, then you may be in luck. This is a constantly frustrating issue, but you may have to play the game in order to have your procedure done. ...Read more

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What internal infection can you get after keyhole surgery to remove ovarian cyst?

What internal infection can you get after keyhole surgery to remove ovarian cyst?

Hematoma: In general a hematoma after surgery could become infected with any number of bacteria. Okay to ask your surgeon for details in your case. Okay to get an appointment to see your surgeon. Ask about culture, culture results and antibiotics. Good luck. ...Read more

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If I have an ovarian cyst at 5cm should I get surgery?

If I have an ovarian cyst at 5cm should I get surgery?

Possibly: gynecologist often use 5 centimeters as a cutoff for taking somebody to surgery or not it really also depends on the appearance of the cyst meaning is it a simple appearing cyst with just fluid is it a dermoid cyst is it a complex cyst all these plus the patience symptoms Ie. Pain, determine need for surgeryyou also include the risk of torsion as well ...Read more

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Hello! How can I get rid of ovarian cysts (i have been diagnosed with pcos) without surgery? Thank you very much

Hello! How can I get rid of ovarian cysts (i have been diagnosed with pcos) without surgery? Thank you very much

Follow your MD: You can not get rid of pcos by surgery.You need to sit with your doctor and follow the treatment recommended. It consists of correcting Insulin resistance
2restoration of fertility
3treatment of hirsutism
4restoration of regular menstruation and prevention of endometrial hyperplasia and endometrial cancer. ...Read more

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Can you get pregnant after and ovarian cyst rupture?

Can you get pregnant after and ovarian cyst rupture?

Yes: Usually, ovarian cyst rupture is a clinical diagnosis and cannot be ascertained accurately. It may not impact your ability to become pregnant unless it is interfering with ovulation. ...Read more

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Can you get pregnant after having an ovarian cyst removed? How long should I wait? How long does it take?

Can you get pregnant after having an ovarian cyst removed? How long should I wait? How long does it take?

Ovarian cyst: You can always get pregnant if you have ovarian cyst, or removed ovarian cyst. Just follow your cycle. 14 days before your next period starts, is the best time to get pregnant ...Read more

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Safe to get pregnant with ovarian cyst?

Safe to get pregnant with ovarian cyst?

Cyst in pregnancy: Yes it is safe to get pregnant with an ovarian cyst. Generally, they shrink in pregnancy.
Some will persist. Ultrasound will help distinguish cysts that should be closely watched in pregnancy. ...Read more

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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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Ovarian Cyst (Definition)

A growth (often balloon like) on an ovary. It is often thin walled ...Read more