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I'm 3wks postoperative for ovary and fallopian tube removal. 1wk after was told I have an hematoma at incision site. 2wks in now have fluid . Painful?

I'm 3wks postoperative for ovary and fallopian tube removal. 1wk after was told I have an hematoma at incision site. 2wks in now have fluid . Painful?

Please discuss with: Your gyn cause I do not know the details but if you have that it can be drained, or sometimes the incision has to be opened and you clean it and get on antibiotics and then can be closed again with matress sutures if necessary. ...Read more

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Fallopian Tube (Definition)

Aka oviduct, uterine tube, or salpinx. It is basically a small tube connecting between the ovary and the uterus. This tube carries the eggs from the ovary area to the unterus. This is the tube that is cut/tied-up/or burned in women having the tuboligation procedure for permanent birth control purpose. Have ...Read more


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I had laproscopic Fallopian tube removal along with endo removed. 8 days I had sex but it didn't hurt I was wondering could I hurt myself if I have se?

I had laproscopic Fallopian tube removal along with endo removed. 8 days I had sex but it didn't hurt I was wondering could I hurt myself if I have se?

Should be fine: Sexual intercourse should not pose a problem, but every case is unique. The best person to ask is your Gyn doctor that performed the procedure. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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4 weeks past right ovary and fallopian tube removal. Feeling a painful tear sensation inside during random movements and getting worse. Is this normal?

4 weeks past right ovary and fallopian tube removal.  Feeling a painful tear sensation inside during random movements and getting worse.  Is this normal?

Possibly: Given during movements, it's just probably related to the muscle and wall where the surgery was. If there are any issues, then get checked out such as pain all the time or pain that is worsening. At 4 weeks, you should be seeing improvements from here on. ...Read more

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Could recovery from left ovary and fallopian tube removal cause pain in the left side of the rectum, with no pain during bowel movement and no blood?

Could recovery from left ovary and fallopian tube removal cause pain in the left side of the rectum, with no pain during bowel movement and no blood?

Could?: Almost anything 'could' happen. The question is how you know the pain is rectal and not perirectal or radiating from some other area. You should go back and allow the surgeon who did the procedure reevaluate you and find a satisfactory answer to your problem. Hope you feel better soon. Must be very disturbing. ...Read more

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How long is recovery on large 9cm cyst on left ovary and fallopian tube removal by keyhole surgery, before i am able to start my ivf again?

How long is recovery on large 9cm cyst on left ovary and fallopian tube removal by keyhole surgery, before i am able to start my ivf again?

Few mobths: Wait a few months for recovery of the surgery. Not so much the cyst removal but the surgical removal of Fallopian tube is a major surgery though you underestimate it due to the modern techniques. Rest give body time to heal 3-6 months ...Read more

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Robotic lap hyst w/bil ovary &Fallopian tube & cervix removal.how soon can I start a calorie restricting diet to loose weight?

Robotic lap hyst w/bil ovary &Fallopian tube & cervix removal.how soon can I start a calorie restricting diet to loose weight?

Progressive: You can start now restricting calories to about 1800/day. I suggest that you wait for about 6 weeks to go lower than that. Make sure you are taking a multivitamin daily and don't go below 1200 calories per day. ...Read more

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Had tlh w/ ovary, fallopian tubes, and cervix removal. Should i still have a yearly women's physical or is it not necessary since I have no cervix?

Had tlh w/ ovary, fallopian tubes, and cervix removal. Should i still have a yearly women's physical or is it not necessary since I have no cervix?

Women's health: The big question is why did you have your ovaries, tubes, and cervix (not uterus) removed? If it was for a cancerous condition, you should continue to get pap smears every 3-5 years. If not, you don't need any more paps, and there is really no proven benefit to routine pelvic examinations beyond the pap smear. Of course, you need to get regular mammograms starting at age 50. ...Read more

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How long is recovery for laproscopic removal of blood cyst from ovary, fluid on fallopian tube and tubes tied all at once?

How long is recovery for laproscopic removal of blood cyst from ovary, fluid on fallopian tube and tubes tied all at once?

Variable: Usually, for healthy thin motivated patients, a few days (up to a week). You generally think of longer times being due to people who are obese, have other medical problems like hypertension or diabetes, generally unhealthy, or are unmotivated. ...Read more