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Is It Possible To Have A Pregnancy After A Partial Oophorectomy On Both Ovaries
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
No: Partial hysterectomy may mean different things to different people, but if the body of the uterus is removed, you cannot get pregnant. Partial hysterectomy usually means supracervical hysterectomy with the body of the uterus removed and the cervix left behind. Or some people incorrectly use the term to mean removing the uterus but leaving the ovaries behind. Pregnancy won't happen either way. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a salpingectomy followed by a healthy pregnancy. I just had a miscarriage, is it likely that next ov will occur on the side without a tube?
50%: It's like flipping a coin: there's no rule to make the ovaries trade off, that's a common misunderstanding. ...Read more
Partial Hysterectomy: You can continue to have discomfort at the site of your ovary related to ovulation until you have experienced menopause. The ovaries that remain after partial hysterectomy are unaffected by the removal of your uterus and tubes and will go through their normal cycles without experiencing menses. ...Read more
YES: Whether you conceive naturally or will need fertility therapy will depend on the status of your other fallopian tube. Is the other tube blocked? Was it removed? Did whatever damaged the one tube effect the other? Seek the care of an obgyn or re/i to check your remaining tube. This will give you valuable information as to whether its possible to conceive naturally or if you will need ivf. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Consultation time: You should discuss this with your present obgyn or whoever did the surgeries involved. There are variations in the extent of work required to do a myomectomy & the type of surgical incision for the c-section.All will factor into the ability of your uterus to go through a regular labor without a risk of rupture. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Although 1 ovary is usually able to function quite well and prevent early menopause, it is possible that it is has stopped functioning. If you are having menopausal symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats, you should see your gynecologist who can order blood tests to check the amount of hormones you are making. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the possability and risks of pregnancy occuring after both a tubal ligation with a uteral ablation! how rare is it and can it occur twice?
Much less than 1%: Endometrial ablation is not a sterilization procedure and cannot be relied on for pregnancy prevention, though it probably reduces the risk. Most methods of tubal ligation have failure rates of less than 1%, so one can get pregnant after having both and lightning can strike twice! ...Read more
I have had a partial hysterectomy but now they are going back in to take my ovaries will it be as bad as the partial hysterectomy or will it be easier ?
Ovarian surgery: It depends and how much scar tissue is present during the surgery. If bowel contents are adhered to the pelvis and ovaries ( sometimes is common after an hysterectomy) you might have pelvic pain as the prior surgery. Also it depends if its going to be an open procedure or a laparoscopic procedure. In the latter you usually recover faster. ...Read more
I had a salpingectomy after my ectopic miscarriage, now only partial of one tube is left.is the test worth it to se if there is a clear passage?
Sure: If your other tube was not involved then you should still have one functioning tube. If there is concern your doctor can order an HSG. This is an Xray to check if the fallopian tubes are open. ...Read more
Galactocele: If you have been lactating all along and formed it somewhere in the course of lactation, then the answer is "yes" - you can. If you've not been lactating after the miscarriage, which what usually happens, i don't see how you could have created it and how it would have persisted until now. ...Read more
Only ectopics.: After hysterectomy (removal of uterus) by definition no pregnancy can be intrauterine. In extremely rare circumstances, pregnancy can still occur if the cervix, tubes and ovaries are left in situ and/or the vaginal cuff is not closed (or a fistula develops between vagina and tube) - in such cases ectopic pregnancy can occur (life threatening). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a woman with clamps on her tubes have a positive pregnancy test? Or is it a cyst cause in the test to be positive.
I had a bilateral salpingectomy and a partial oophorectomy of one ovary. 2 months later I have not had a period.
Is the quality of eggs affected in the remaining ovarian tissue after bilateral partial oophorectomy for dermoid cysts?
I don't think so: As you may know, all of the eggs a human female will have in her lifetime are present in her ovaries at the time of her birth. The quality of them slowly degrades as she ages. Having part of the ovary removed will surely reduce the number of remaining eggs, but the quality of the remaining ones should be unchanged. ...Read more
Renal pelvis is rare to be dislodged, but mine was, could an oopherectomy and a hysterectomy, or twin pregnancy be the rare possibility that does this?
Please clarify: What do you mean by "dislodged renal pelvis"? Please explain further... ...Read more
Am i more likely have a cyst if I have had one in the past? When i was 16 i had a 10 CM cyst on my left ovary and i had a salpingo-oophorectomy on my left side. I am 19 now. My question is, am i more likely to get another cyst on my remaining ovary? My pe
Yes, : Yes, if you have had an ovarian cyst in the past, then you may be at risk for having another. Ovarian cysts may not produce symptoms, and you may not even know if you have one unless it is detected during a pelvic exam. Since you are having an irregular menstrual cycle, it is prudent to see your doctor, especially if you suspect an ovarian cyst. Other signs can include bloating, abdominal or pelvic cramping, painful period, nausea/vomiting and difficulty urinating. ...Read more
If I have had a unilateral oophorectomy, does my remanining ovary secrete ovum every month or every 2 months?
I am experiencing a sharp pain where my ovary was. I had a unilateral oophorectomy 12 days ago via laparotomy. Is this normal?
Post-op pain: Some post operative pain is to be expected but you should be getting better every day. If this is not the case, you need to let your surgeon know. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
Had hysterectomy and right sided oophorectomy 7 months ago. Recently discovered enlarged left ovary and hemorrhagic cyst . Ovary needs to be removed?
Not usually: Usually that can be followed. It also depends on your medical and gyn history and why you had the previous surgery in the first place. But a cyst like that can usually be followed and as long as it is not causing you bad symptoms it probably does not need to be removed. ...Read more
I had an oophorectomy 6years ago at age 22 after cysts on both ovaries. What dietary changes can I make to improve my general health?
Had a CT scan which showed a 4x2 mass which radilologist described as an "ovary but i had an oophorectomy 12yr ago. Us showed nothing, now what?
Confusing imaging: I'd be interested in knowing the reason for the imaging in the first place. Loops of bowel filled with stool can be very hard to tell apart from the ovary. Sometimes the opposite ovary can "migrate" to the other side and be seen there on imaging. Mostly it depends on the details of what is going on and probably repeat imaging to try to figure it all out. Feel free to ask more questions. Dr. C. ...Read more
I was 13& had a ovarian torsion on my right ovary&a salpingo-oophorectomy was done. I haven't had a period in 3 years. How likely are these related?
I have a 'solid' 3.1 x 2.2 CM cyst on my left ovary. My doctor recommended a laparoscopic salpingo-oophorectomy. Is this the correct recommendation?
YES: This is an appropriate recommendation. Once he looks at the cyst he may be able to save the ovary and take only the cyst, but it is best to plan for removal of the ovary. He could also find things that require more than removal of the ovary & tube. That is not so common and hopefully you won't have that experience. Good luck. ...Read more
I had a oophorectomy only left ovary in march due to cyst and endometriosis also found on my colon but now I have pelvic pain and tender breasts?
6 weeks post op supracervical hyst with right side oopherectomy . I have flank pain where ovary was removed. What could this be? Dr says he doesn't know. Ct scan of abdomen normal.
I had unilateral salpingo-oopherectomy 7 months back. Now I am pregnant-6wk. I experience pain at the position of ovaries and abdomen. Is it normal?
Early preg pain: If you are having pain in early pregnancy then you need to see an obgyn to make sure all is normal. The most important step is to have an ultrasound to confirm that there is a viable pregnancy located inside the uterus and not an ectopic pregnancy. Cramping in early pregnancy is very common and in most cases everything is ok ...Read more
Partial?: There is no such thing as a partial bilateral oophorectomy. A bilateral oophorectomy may take as little as an hour or longer if there is scar tissue to work around. ...Read more
My MRI report say I have a left adnexa cyst.
Can this be so if I had a partial hysterectomy 2007 and a oophorectomy 2017?
If your uterus and your ovaries have been removed, it is unlikely. I would have the image reviewed again.
All the best. K ...Read more
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