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Oophorectomy Pregnant Flow Short
I had a unilateral oophorectomy when I was four months pregnant. My first flow since is light & short, is it normal?
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
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
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
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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