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Fluid In Fallopian Tubes After Hysterectomy
I have a cyst in my fallopian tube about 5.8 cm in diameter post hysterectomy 8 years what should I do now?
See your GYN MD: Go see your GYN MD and discuss various options for assessment and ;possible removal of the cyst. ...Read more
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
Hysterectomy and fallopian tubes removed 3 yrs ago. Now peeing & wiping blood. Should I be concerned?
Yes: Please see a md to undergo evaluation. Simple testing and an exam will likely provide an answer. The are many benign causes but other more serious causes should be ruled out. ...Read more
CA 125 level in a 70yr woman who had hysterectomy with removal of ovaries+Fallopian tubes=341U/ml. Possibillity? Waiting for results of pelvic+abd u/s.
Waiting is hard: Although it's hard to wait, your doctor is evaluating you for possible abdominal or pelvic cancers which can show up even after removal of the uterus, tubes, and ovaries. They may also recommend a CT (cat scan) or PET scan If the u/s isn't helpful. Best wishes for good results! ...Read more
Is hysterectomy needed if left fallopian tube wrapped around my left ovary since its happened in 2009 and had a larposcopy done and it's back?
No!: No, unless there are circumstances not mentioned! ...Read more
I had a full hysterectomy a little over 2yrs ago due to endometriosis. I have no Fallopian tubes, only ovaries. Is it normal to still feel cramps? I n
Ovaries and endometr: Despite your surgery, the main culprit of your endometriosis is still in place. It is likely that some, even microscopic areas, endometriosis were never removed. The hormones produced by your ovaries can result in the growth and further problems with endometriosis. Also, the ovaries will continue to cycle monthly and produce eggs and small cysts which can result in some cramping. ...Read more
I had a partial hysterectomy 9 years ago, I have one overy, one fallopian tube, and I had sex normally with my husband and started spotting light bloo?
Scar tissue: Post-coital bleeding after a hysterectomy can be due to granulation tissue AKA "proud flesh" at the vaginal cuff but this usually happens long before 9 years post-op. It can be due to scar tissue which is not as elastic as the normal vaginal tissue or because of an infection or chemical sensitivity that has left the vagina raw. An exam by your GYN or PCP will be needed to tell what is going on. ...Read more
Why remove Fallopian tubes with laparoscopic hysterectomy that's leaving my cervic ovaries from fibroids I have no other illness and no family history?
Tubal retention: The blood supply to the ovaries and the Fallopian tubes are closely linked but one organ can be surgically removed without the other being impacted. Leaving a cervix in place will still put you at risk for cervical cancer and pap smears will still be needed. Talk to your GYN surgeon and ask why the Fallopian tubes are being considered by him/her for removal at all if the ovaries will be left. ...Read more
Can you harvest my eggs for fertilization after menapause? Had hysterectomy (2001) but only had uterus removed. Still have fallopian tubes. Would like to have a baby. I am 58 years old. My daughter has volunteer to be surrogate.
I: I am sorry to cause dissappointment. By age 58 years old it is very unlikely that the eggs in your ovaries are viable. They age, just as we do. The eggs would likely not be healthy any longer. ...Read more
I had a cyst rupture and hemmorage into my fallopian tube. My dr doesn't seem to worried but I am. Can this be serious? I had a hystetectomy at 24
I wouldn't worry.: To start I wouldn't worry and less if your own doctor feels the same way but if it makes you feel better, you can always get a second opinion presenting all the details, for example, present imaging/pathology results, procedures reports and any other to another physician. ...Read more
Hysterectomy: You have overies and no uterus. Try and get advise from in vitriol fertilization specialist. Or adopt a baby. ...Read more
I want to get pregnant again but I had an hysterectomy without fallopian tube as well. Is there a possible way of getting fix and get pregnant?
I have really bad in my right groin area. I had a ct scan done and it showed fluid in Fallopian tubes. Is it possible that this is ectopic?
Hydrosalpinx?: I assume you were told you have hydrosalpinx (water in the tube). This causes infertility, especially if its on both sides. Most reproductive endocrinologists recommend removing the tubes and undergoing ivf to achieve a pregnancy. In rare instances if the hydrosalpinx is mild, a doctor will try to repair the tube. Success rates with surgical repair are poor with a high risk of ectopic pregnanc. ...Read more
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?
How long is recovery for laproscopic removal of blood cyst from ovary, fluid on fallopian tube and tubes tied all at once?
I have fluid (I guess a cyst) in the fallopian tube 9cmx13cm. I'm 44 and in moderate discomfort often. I have a history of endometriosis. Do I need surgery? Can this be cancer?
Hard to say: That sounds painful! This hydrosalpinx (swollen tube), while not necessarily dangerous, will not likely resolve on its own but will need removal which will tell us if it is truly nothing to worry about. Tubal cancers are very rare however we can never be certain until the tube is out. You have a LOT of structures in your pelvis and to make sure this is indeed a tube, your gyno's help is required! ...Read more
I have fluid in my left fallopian tube but my right is healthy. Had a missed miscarriage that's how they saw it? Will I conceive ok? Does fluid stay
Can affect it: Having a hydrosalpinx can lower the chances of conceiving even if the other tube is normal. But having one makes it also likely that the other tube may have some damage as well. ...Read more
I am 26. My pelvic pain was from tubal ligation fluid in tube dr said im too yoing for hysterectomy or get a tubal reversal?
Many ways: Fallopian tubes can be blocked for several reasons: a prior infection of the tubes, appendix, or uterus, previous surgery causing scar tissue inside the belly, and endometriosis. Sometimes surgery can provide answers by looking for these causes, and sometimes there is no obvious answer. ...Read more
Can't heal: After coagulation (burning) the tubal segment is denatured - and its dead, so it can't truly heal. Sometimes tubal ligations done this way do fail because the 'burned' part develop a fistula (a hole) that leaves the tube open. This is not healing though, the tube is still abnormal. ...Read more
???: A fallopian tube cannot just come off. Can't really understand your question. ...Read more
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