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Removed endometrioma 3 mts ago. I got recurrence. Already 5cm. Painful everyday. Does that mean the cyst is growing? How can I manage the pain?
Maybe: Wow, i'm so sorry that's happening to you. I can't imagine your pain. If you already have a 5cm recurrent endometrioma, most gyn doctors are going to recommend removal, laparoscopically. These cysts don't go away on their own, and can cause problems associated with infertility and scarring. Best if already 5cm that you have removed. In terms of pain, you may consider nsaid, such as ibuprofen. ...Read more
I am 42y did hysterectomy and removed ovaries now I have lower abd pain.Like before i also had decapeptyle .Is it possible that endometrioma is back?
Unlikely: I imagine that the surgery was for endometriosis and that you had similar pains before surgery. It is unlikely to have endometriosis recur after the ovaries are removed unless they are giving you estrogen replacement. Endometriosis can cause scarring and adhesions along with the surgery, and some of these pains may have to do with old scarring. An ultrasound may help, but may be other cause. ...Read more
Removed an endometrioma. US showed a 5cm cyst 3 mts later, but nothing on MRI. Doc said normal. 2 mts passed and have pain again. Ok to leave it?
Not normal: It's not normal if you are hurting again. You may need to have the ovary removed. ...Read more
Removed an endometrioma 2 month ago. I now started having pelvic pain with bloating on the washout week of pill. Worried about reccurance. Is this ok?
Complex: The fact that you've had an endometrioma means, of course, that you have endometriosis, a complex pain syndrome of the pelvic organs. I'm sorry you're going through this. It's normal to have bloating on washout week, but not, necessarily, pain. It's possible that scar tissue and not another cyst is cause of pain. Make appt with doctor to have a discussion and exam about treatment options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Removed endometrioma last year. Echo shows a 5 CM septated cyst with solid 2 mts ago. MRI shows nothing last month. Still have pain. What is happening?
. I recently had endometrioma surgery. Today is day 7 of recovery. Today I'm in massive pain. The pain is a constant burning sensation and a feeling of pulling deep inside. I'm breaking out in cold sweats. The incision itself looks fine. But I'm concern
Could endometriosis or an endometrioma cause frequent urination and nearly constant lower left side back pain? Have history of endo located on ureters
Does endometriosis remain and grow after removing endometrioma and endometriosis? Ovaries are left. Concerning about constant lower abdominal pain.
Abdominal/lower back pain. Ultrasound results: complex 3.1x3cm hemorrhagic cyst versus endometrioma identified. Recommend followup. What does it mean?
In advanced endometriosis, what could blood in stool indicate? Not menstruating, but in much more pain w/ fatigue the past 2 weeks. history of endometrioma
Many reasons: Although it is possible to have endometrial implants in the GI tract, other more common reasons for your age could be hemorrhoids, anal fissures, polyps, or tears. Definitely see your doc who can perform an exam, refer you to a GI doc for evaluation and more importantly, peace of mind especially if you have concerns. Take care. ...Read more
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