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Laparoscopy To Remove Cyst
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Itchy vagina after keyhole surgery (laparoscopy) to remove ovarian cyst, could this be an infection, if so what kind of infection?
June 2013 I had laparoscopy to remove multiple ovarian cysts, tomorow I'm due for another one. How soon do they return? I'm in severe pain, 28yo
May not ever return: Ovarian cysts generally develop during each menstrual cycle, in young women. Frequently one cyst per cycle becomes dominant and may enlarge to the point of discomfort prior to ovulation. There are many other causes of pelvic pain (scar tissue, endometriosis, infection). There is a good chance that your cysts may play only a small role in your pain. Cyst removal/ surgery may not always be needed. ...Read more
Is it normal to gain a few pounds immediately following a laparoscopy to remove a 19cm pelvic cyst with a liter of fluid?
Your doctor can addr: I am sure your doctor who operated on you is in a better position to help you address your question. If you need our help then you need to tell us more exactly what your cyst/ tumor was, when it was removed and how much weight gain do you have and what exactly is your present and past weights? ...Read more
Laparoscopy to remove ovary and septated cyst but not seen due to sigmoid adherent to pelvic wall. Lap showed dense omental and bowel adhesion. Risk?
Surgical findings: This sounds like a complex surgical case. The best person to answer will be the surgeon who physically visualized what is going on inside. They are in the best position to explain what was found and if anything should be done. Typically omental and bowel adhesions are dissected and freed when found to help decrease the risk of pelvic pain. ...Read more
But possible if benign! And fluid extracted it may come out in a special bag.
Discuss with obgyn for risks, and options! ...Read more
I had laparoscopy, and they removed a 12cm ovarian serous cyst and a 6cm ovarian dermoid. What s a serous cyst? Would it have gone away on its own?
Benign: A serous cyst is a simple cyst as opposed to complex. It is not cancerous and rarely affects ovarian function if removed. ...Read more
I'm scheduling surgery to have a golfball sized cyst removed by laparoscopy from my right ovary. How long should I plan to be off of work?
Depends.: Good planning! It depends on the physical requirements of your job. Be sure to ask the surgeon. You can leave a message at his office about it and the staff can ask and then relay the information to you. Remember, there are no guarantees, you may feel better sooner than others, or you may have complicating factors that change this time period. Or the surgery may be more involved than expected ...Read more
My chronic, severe constipation resolved for about 2 months right after I had 5cm cyst removed during laparoscopy. My doc thinks the 2 are unrelated?
Probably: They are unrelated, but maybe it had something to do with the general anesthesia. In any case, its better. Hopefully it stays that way. Enjoy! Hope this helps! ...Read more
Is it normal to still have pain after Dr. Removed ovary, fallopian tube and cyst laparoscopy? What is the recovery time for this surgery?
Yes: Still, in most cases you will go home same day, be in pain the first week, sore the second and then return to activities the 3rd or 4th week. Depends on how u deal with pain. ...Read more
I had a laparoscopy check to see if I have endrometriosis. A 3 CM cyst was found in my ovaries. I don't want to get a general anesthetic when it's removed. Can I get a spinal instead?
Talk to surgeon: This procedure can be done under regional anesthesia, if they do not do it laproscopically. If they do use this technique then a regional anesthesia will not be sufficient. You need to make sure you have discussed your wishes and concerns with the surgeon and anesthesiologist. Good luck. ...Read more
I have 13x10x11 CM simple fluid filled ovarian cyst, normal ca-125 result I don't want to remove my ovary how can I save it? Is laparoscopy better?
Could be: I have removed many cysts like this laparoscopically while saving the ovary, but the size you give (13 cm?) is concerning. It is safe to remove this and conserve the ovary if the concern for malignancy is low; you need to discuss this with your doctor/surgeon and good luck. ...Read more
Past of ruptured ovarian cysts. Ruptured 1.5 yrs ago + lower right ab pain since. Laparoscopy removed endometriosis and fibroids. Mre free fluid. Pain?
Having laparoscopy to diagnose endometriosi. Polyp in uterus and cervix removed. Ovarian cyst removed. What is my recovery time likely to be. Thank yo?
2 weeks: Usually almost full recovery in 2 weeks. Some people feel great after 5 days. Kind of unpredictable. But most activities can be resumed after about 7-10 days. ...Read more
I'm due for laparoscopic surgery to remove a large cyst, how long will I need off work? I work at a day care centre
Hi I had a laparoscopic surgery to remove ovarian cyst and edomestris 4 weeks ago and now I'm putting lot of weight on and feel always full help plz?
Not related to surge: Your weight gain is not related to surgery. If you really want to loose weight you will, first you have to be motivated and focused for it, reduce your caloric intake (don't eat too much junk food), count your calories join a gym for regular progressive exercises to burn your body fat, you will see the change. ...Read more
Hi, I'm scheduled for laparoscopic surgery to remove a 10 CM ovarian cyst (with overnight stay), I was wondering what would be my recovery time?
Depending on your present state of health, weight, activity, fitness!
What option is better for a 10cm complex cyst. Open incision (like c section) or is a laparoscopic surgery safe? I need a 10cm and 4cm cyst removed.
I had laparoscopic surgery about ten days ago to remove a cyst and my whole ovary was removed. Is it normal to still feel tightness in my abdomen?
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I had laparoscopic surgery recently to remove a quite large cyst from my RT ovary, could this improve my fertility, also had dye put through tubes?
I had laparoscopic surgery on the 19th to remove a ovarian cyst and endometriosis. I am doing better, but often feel very dizzy. Is this normal?
I'm due for laparoscopic surgery to remove an ovarian cyst and It is on the 1st or second day of my period, will they cancel op? Or it will be fine
Shouldn't matter.: I don't think it would matter. Good luck. ...Read more
They can: Cysts, where ovarian, hepatic, mesenteric or otherwise can recur. It is unfortunate, but known. Best to discuss this with your surgeon and surgical team at the risk/benefit analysis appointment. For ovarian and hepatic cysts there are criteria to help determine this risk and guide indications for surgical intervention versus monitoring. Be well. ...Read more
Had laparoscopy last month due to 5.6cm cyst benign but caused pain on left side, recovered but still have pain on left side, got scan 2 months anyidea?
A week ago, I had an operative laparoscopy procedure due to paratubal cyst. How can I prevent this from occuring again?
Paratubal cyst: Paratubal cyst occur randomly. I don't think you can do anything to prevent them. Most are of no consequence. Best of luck. ...Read more
More information?: It is always reasonable to start with a laparoscopy, but information can be gathered pre-operatively to decide if the ovary is more likely to be benign and removable with laparoscopy or malignant and needing laparotomy. Favorable signs include a simple vs. Complex cyst, no fluid in the abdomen, and the values of biochemical markers such as ca-125 and he4. ...Read more
Laparoscopy involves placement of a small camera-scope into the abdominal cavity, most often at the belly button. This allows us to see and surgically rx many abdominal and pelvic diseases. This is combined with distinction of the abd cavity with co2 gas to create more space to work. This usually requires a general anesthetic, yet most people can go ...Read more