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How Can I Get Ovarian Cancer After Removal Of My Ovaries
It is possible: The rounded appearance of the ovaries can be deceiving; in the embryo, when the ovaries descend into the fetal pelvis some cells may trail behind and be left outside the ovary. In addition, ovarian tissue is really somewhat comet shaped, with cells distributed along the ligament which is cut at surgery. These cells may become oca. Other cells body lining cells may also transform into oca as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
Discuss with your do: Discuss with your doctor who knows your situation and diagnosis, extent of surgery, roughly 6 wks is good estimate, every case is different. ...Read more
I am due for laparoscopic surgery for the cyst in my left ovary. How soon can I get pregnant and can the cyst recur? Is IVF the only option ?
With ovulation: With laparoscopic ovarian cyst removal (cystectomy), you usually recover within a week or two and ovulation may be as early as 2-3 weeks. If your tubes are normal & fertility wasn't an issue prior, you can achieve pregnancy as soon as you're comfortable. If you had a laparotomy, give it 2 months minimum to allow proper healing & comfort. Take Folic Acid if planning a pregnancy & good luck to you. ...Read more
Birth control pills: Small cysts develop every month during ovulation, and sometimes these normal cysts become excessively large or bleed, resulting in pain and possibly requiring surgery. Birth control pills prevent ovulation and so prevent this type of cyst. They may also help discourage new endometriomas. However, some cysts, like dermoids, do not depend on ovulation for recurrence. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cyst ovarian rupture during surgery can my gyn still find what cand cyst I have on pathology and the ovary saved?
Depends on the: Type of cyst. Cytsts are a normal part of the ovulation process and a ruptured follicle cyst may heal completely without leaving any evidence. A ruptured pathological cyst may be recognizable if the affected tissue is removed and submitted to a pathologist for examination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
On thursday i had cysts removed from my ovaries tubule ligation and a cueret how long should I bleed after surgery ?
I recently had some cyst removed from my ovaries and scar tissue from my cervix. How long will it be before i can try to conceive?
Now: Neither of those surgeries will require any delay before trying to get pregnant. ...Read more
Ask your OB: Much of your answer will involve where the dermoid was, & what effect it had on your reproductive equipment. If it involved a single ovary, removal would leave you one to work with. If nothing else was disturbed. ...Read more
None really: Having said that, you have to watch for symptoms of estrogen deficiency, or menopause. Hot flashes, mood changes, and, later on, even decreased vaginal moisture and firmness. All those can be offset by taking hormone replacement. I'm sorry you had to go through this major operation at such early age. ...Read more
I had a teratoma on my ovary. Tumor, ovary and fallopian tube removed. How often should I have my other ovary checked via mri, etc?
Seek Gynecologist's: The advice of your gynecologist should be followed as I am sure he/she has informed you about the future care. Ovaries can be checked by pelvic examination(done by gynecologist) and when in doubt, with an imaging test such as ultrasound. Only if there is a suspected change or growth should more advanced testing(either ct scan or mri) of the abdomen/pelvis be done. ...Read more
My ovarian cyst grew half cm. I am postmenopausal.If surgery will i need both ovaries out. Increase in heart disease and kybf ca if ovaries removed?
Analyse risk/benefit: Best take family, talk with your gyn surgeon. The risk of leaving a growing ovarian mass/cyst in place is, could be cancer. Okay to ask about the blood tests and other risk factors. If your surgeon is recommending surgery it is likely to get a pathology exam of the mass and make sure it's not cancer. There will be surgical risk, and the analysis to benefit is important for your decision. Be well. ...Read more
Several things: After prostatectomy, some men suffer difficulty with orgasm. Occasionally, Alpha blockers can be used to allay pain or obstructive symptoms. To improve orgasms, your erections should be optimized. Consider meds & other therapies to help with erections and hopefully orgasms will be more satisfying. Adt lmits sexual function, and if on these treatments, a "holiday" from them could be helpful. ...Read more
During my surgery my doctore will know my cyst is not cancer or is cancer without take out ovary?
Potentially: There are some signs that most consistent with cancer. If the cyst appears simple & there are no other lab, exam findings or family history to indicate otherwise then removing just a cyst wall can be definitive and therapeutic. Depending on your age & what the doctor sees in surgery the doctor will make the decision if complete removal is needed. However complete removal is definitive. ...Read more
I have pcod and left ovary removed due to ovarian cyst almost 2 years back, how to know when i ovulate or my fertility period to get pregnant?
Ovulation occurs consistently about 14 days before your next cycle.: If you know how many days there are from the first day of the bleeding to the next during your normal cycle just subtract 14 days. This allows you to predict when you should be ovulating. ...Read more
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Can folicle stimulating hormones still help me to ovulate after 3 years of diagnosis of not having eggs in my ovaries?
No: If you have no eggs in your ovaries, no medication can make you ovulate. You will have to use a donor egg. All women are born with fixed number of eggs. One cannot increase this number with any medication. Good Luck! ...Read more
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