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I had a oophorectomy done 6 months ago and I am still suffering from pain, should I be worried?

I had a oophorectomy done 6 months ago and I am still suffering from pain, should I be worried?

See your doctor: It is not normal to still have pain 6 months after an oophorectomy. The cause of the pain should be diagnosed and treated. If the surgery was done for endometriosis, there may still be disease present. Alternatively, adhesions may have developed after surgery that could put the bowel at risk for obstruction and which should be fixed. ...Read more

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Left groin pain. 2 weeks post op for right oophorectomy. Not laproscopic. 7" incision.Should I be worried?

Left groin pain. 2 weeks post op for right oophorectomy. Not laproscopic. 7" incision.Should I be worried?

Depends on duration.: It all depends on the duration and severity of the pain. If the pain has been persistent since the time of surgery and not getting worse then it is normal postoperative pain and not serious. However, if the pain is of recent origin or getting worse after surgery then you should go and see your surgeon again to make sure nothing serious is happening. ...Read more

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What are the effects of an oophorectomy?

What are the effects of an oophorectomy?

Menopause: If both ovaries are removed, the woman will go into what is referred to as surgical menopause. Removal of one ovary does not do that and reduces fertility negligibly. ...Read more

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When can someone return to exercise after having an oophorectomy?

When can someone return to exercise after having an oophorectomy?

0 to 2 weeks: You can return to walking and low impact activity right away as long as you feel up to it. Listen to your body and don't exercise if you are feeling too sore or fatigued. You should not do high impact or abdominal exercises for at least 2 weeks if you had a laparoscopy (small incisions) and 6 weeks if you had a laparotomy (large incision). ...Read more

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What age is it recommended to have preventative oophorectomy?

What age is it recommended to have preventative oophorectomy?

Depends: There actually is no recommendation to have a preventive oophorectomy. However, if you have a family history of ovarian cancer, personal history of breast cancer, or are about to undergo hysterectomy for other reasons, that is a question to consider. If you are merely undergoing hysterectomy for benign reasons, it is not recommended under the age of 60. ...Read more

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How is a hysterectomy oophorectomy performed?

How is a hysterectomy oophorectomy performed?

Different ways: Hysterectomy refers to the uterus and oophorectomy refers to the ovary. They can be removed at the same time vaginally, abdominally, or laparoscopically. Which method is used is determined by your history, condition, and the surgeon's experience. ...Read more

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What are the indications for salphingo oophorectomy?

What are the indications for salphingo oophorectomy?

Many: This means removing the fallopian tube and ovary. For ovarian cyst or mass on one side, the tube and ovary may be removed. In menopause, if having a hysterectomy, we often recommend removing both fallopian tubes and ovaries as they can both cause dangerous cancers that are hard to detect until it is too late. Tube and ovary are sometimes removed due to infection. Certainly cancer requires remova. ...Read more

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How long is a partial bilateral oophorectomy surgery?

How long is a partial bilateral oophorectomy surgery?

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

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Why do I feel moody after an unilateral oophorectomy?

Why do I feel moody after an unilateral oophorectomy?

Hormone changes: The body will ultimately adjust to the changes in hormone production following unilateral removal of an ovary, but I have seen many patients have temporary menopausal symptoms (including mood changes) after unilateral oophorectomy. ...Read more

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When do you recommended to have a preventative oophorectomy?

When do you recommended to have a preventative oophorectomy?

Family history: Women who are brca 1 or 2 positive are definitely candidates for preventative or risk reducing surgery including removal of tubes and ovaries. Brca negative women with a family history of ovarian cancer can also be offered risk reducing surgery. Their lifetime risk can range from about 4-11% and their are no good screening tests available. ...Read more

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