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Cyst After Surgery
Depends: Hemorrhoid flair after surgery or during a time of constipation occurs. This can be uncomfortable and require additional care. Try to increase your oral liquids, (dilute juice, broth, tea), use probiotics and laxatives to achieve 2 soft bowel movements daily. If your hemorrhoids persist it is okay to get evaluated with your doc. Okay to check in with your surgeon. ...Read more
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
I'M havin open wound healing of pilonoidal cyst after surgery.its been 7 mnths but it hasn't healed. Its red on surface, pains a bit and still bleeds.
Sorry, but only -: -Ur surgeon who is familiar with Ur case & with the procedure that was done. This is a question 2 ask of him/her. ...Read more
What are the chances in getting my 5cm paraovarian simple cyst back after surgery? Is surgery really safe? What causes this type of cyst? Thank you.
Not the one: taken out. A true para-ovarian cyst is a remnant of when your organs were developing as a fetus. These should not come back. However, ovarian cysts do form and usually go away without treatment. Some do require surgical treatment but this is not common. Make sure you follow up with your GYN doctor ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Well : Usually a couple of weeks if not see a doctor for evaluation and treatment ...Read more
Possibly...: ...But not as a direct relationship to the surgery. If one feels better post op and is more active, weight loss could occur. If one is sedentary and eats poorly after surgery, weight gain could occur.I don't even know what form of cyst you're referring to, but it really does not matter. Good luck. ...Read more
Miniscus cyst back again after surgery last march. Sigh. I just lost over 30lbs I don't want to gain it back. If no pain could I wait to do this?
Ovarian cyst : The post surgical recovery period is variable and best managed with communication with your surgery team. When to resume activities is best answered with your team, as they know your case specifics. In general most activities can be resumed in a few weeks times. Be well. ...Read more
Should i return to ER after cyst removal surgery, started bleeding brown/black blood . Surgons triage nurse advices it. What is going on with me?
Cyst surgery: It is important to know what kind of cyst was removed and where? If the cyst was external (skin, muscle, etc.), then you may need attention if it continues to bleed. When was it removed? How long ago? Was this an "internal" cyst in the abdomen or pelvis? Where is the bleeding? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there possibility to have another ovarian cyst after lap surgery for removing endometorioma 2 mts ago? Having lower abdominal pain everyday lately
I have a polycystic LT ovary with 5 cysts and re grown a cyst on my rt after surgery 6 mths ago , I'm constantly in pain , should i get them removed ?
Most return in few : Days to a few weeks. Though the exact size, location of the cysts and other issues in the wrist such as arthritis, underlying ligament and capsular issues and even how and why the ganglion was removed can play a role. Talk to your surgeon regarding you. Though rare, there are times when therapy is needed to get moving. And a splint while it helps may need to be weaned sooner. ...No one answer ! ...Read more
After ovarian cyst surgery, if infected, what can happen? more surgery? what could have gone wrong?
Post op infection: Post operative infection anywhere in the abdomen is treated with initial antibiotics to lower the risk of a blood infection (septicemia). If an abscess forms, surgery is a possibility to drain. The best treatment is the avoidance of infection in the first place with prophylaxis by the O.R. crew and surgeon. ...Read more
Cea .5.6 but thought to be elevated due to ovarien cysts, recheck 5 weeks after surgery ,its now 7.7,have history of dcis 4 years ago?
May still be normal: CEA cant be used for dx but only for monitoring the presence of a known malignancy with normal levels occassionaly reaching 10ugms. A normal value of CEA is a range from 0 to 2.5 (mcg/L). For a smoker, expected levels of CEA range from 0 to 5.0 (mcg/L). High levels may be an indication of cancer, but some will test high, even though they do not have cancer. ...Read more
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