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Diarrhea After Laparoscopic Ovarian Surgery
Loose stools is a symptom in which a person's stool (poop) does not hold its shape after it goes into the toilet. Instead of remaining a shaped piece of poop, the poop spreads out in the toilet bowl water. Very loose stool is called diarrhea. Loose stool can be caused by infections, certain foods or drinks, ...Read more
Hi I had a laparoscopic surgery to remove ovarian cyst and edomestris 4 weeks ago and now I'm putting lot of weight on and feel always full help plz?
Not related to surge: Your weight gain is not related to surgery. If you really want to loose weight you will, first you have to be motivated and focused for it, reduce your caloric intake (don't eat too much junk food), count your calories join a gym for regular progressive exercises to burn your body fat, you will see the change. ...Read more
No. I would: Look to other causes of abnormal weight loss, especially if you lost a large amount of weight. Consult a doctor if it is persistent. ...Read more
Hi, I'm scheduled for laparoscopic surgery to remove a 10 CM ovarian cyst (with overnight stay), I was wondering what would be my recovery time?
Depending on your present state of health, weight, activity, fitness!
I had surgery (11/27) two large ovarian cysts were removed. (Grapefruit) What should be laparoscopic turned into being opened. Should I be concerned about malignancy? The cysts were filled with smaller cysts is what I was told
Ovarian cysts: The size of the cysts and the multiple cysts inside are probably due to endometriosis, which is an almost exclusively benign condition. The path report should be available by the end of this week, and will be conclusive with respect to exactly what caused the cysts, and whether they are potentially malignant. ...Read more
I had laparoscopic surgery on the 19th to remove a ovarian cyst and endometriosis. I am doing better, but often feel very dizzy. Is this normal?
Does a shortened follicular phase (ovulation on day 11) after laparoscopic ovarian surgery (before on day 17) means ovarian failure?
No: Ovarian failure is diagnosed after months of no periods not because one cycle was abnormal. ...Read more
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
Diarhea two days after keyhole surgery to remove ovarian cyst, is this normal? How can I solve this?
Had lapriscopic surgery yesterday to remove fluid from ovarian cyst. Came home same day. How long should I rest before resuming normal activity?
About one week: Usually one week is sufficient, your gyn surgeon should have given you instructions. ...Read more
How to know what kind of ovarian cyst I have? Dermoid or endometrioma? I am looking for other option aside from laparascopic surgery
I'm due for laparoscopic surgery to remove an ovarian cyst and It is on the 1st or second day of my period, will they cancel op? Or it will be fine
Shouldn't matter.: I don't think it would matter. Good luck. ...Read more
What causes abnormal heavy bleeding for 20days so far after laparoscopic surgery for endometriosis and ovarian cysts and having prostap injection?
Bleeding: If you had surgery for endometriosis, that could cause your bleeding postoperatively. If you got any medications to reduce future endometriosis growth, this may cause continued bleeding as well. If you did get lupron, (leuprolide) the bleeding should diminish after 2-3 weeks and you may not have a period for 2 - 3 months. You should follow up with your doctor to discuss these symptoms. ...Read more
Is loose stools, dark green to black, normal after gallbladder surgery? I took no pain meds, have no pain, ate non-greasy food, lettuce, used laxativ
Here are some...: How have you been after gallbladder surgery? Have you slowly got regular in BM and felt better in general well-being? These may suggest how you may and should be after gallbladder surgery. In fact, you may have more pertinent answer from your doctors since they know more your individual situation than anyone else online. More? To articles in http://www. Formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. ...Read more
I recently had an appendix surgery 2weeks to be exact and right now am having loose stools and belly pains, can you tell me how to fix this?
Gall bladder removed 3 months ago. Stools were a little loose but still only once a day. Past four days developed loose stools/diarreah upon waking, after eating, and even if I don't eat. Tried BRAT diet and not much difference. Related to surgery?
I recently had an appendix surgery 2week ago what can I eat to stop loose stools and belly pains my belly is bloated I pass fart and poop with no pain?
It depends: Some people never have trouble with it, and some have near constant problems. See how you do in the first 6 week after, though it often gets better after that kind of time frame. ...Read more
Variable time: Some people have no diarrhea afterwards. Of those that do, it usually resolves after a few weeks. Avoiding fatty and fried foods usually helps. If the diarrhea persists, there is a medicine that can help with it. ...Read more
Antibiotics: Antibiotics can be a source or cause of diarrhea. Try eating yogurt or take probiotics. If the diarrhea persists for more than a few days, or if associated with increasing abdominal cramping and fevers, call your surgeon. ...Read more
Depends: How much and what segment was resected. Could be an infectious diarrhea. Call your surgeon. ...Read more
Black stool (Melena): If the stools were truly black (the color of old fixed phones) and you are not on iron or other materials that create black stools there is a possibility this represents blood that is old or from the upper GI tract. Would go and see the surgeon who removed your GB and take a stool specimen with you. Good luck. ...Read more
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