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No difference: If a woman was not menopausal before a hysterectomy with her ovaries left behind, she will not be menopausal after the hysterectomy. She may experience menopausal symptoms for about 6 - 8 weeks, after which the ovaries will have adjusted to releasing their hormones into just one instead of two veins draining hormones from the ovaries. ...Read more
Yes: If your periods were regular and normal before the procedure, they should be normal after the procedure. Its a redundant system. The other ovary takes up the slack for the missing ovary. Best wishes! ...Read more
What will happen to the sperms on enjuculation, where does it go after bilateral salpingo oophrectomy by total hysterectomy?
I have a 3cm septated ovarian cyst. At what point/size should it be surgically removed. I have a hx of Dermoid Teratoma/partial oophrectomy.
It appears that you already follow with GYN, so they should be able to tell you when the cyst should be removed. Many times, the cyst is monitored every 6 months to a year for interval increase in size. If the size remains stable over time, there is no need for intervention. Good luck. ...Read more
Left oophrectomy 8yrs ago due to large dermoid. Now 3.8 cm dermoid and 3.1 cm complex cyst, 2.8 unspf cyst on rt. Can rt ovary be saved? Fertility?
Specialist: I would strongly advise first seeing a fertility specialist with expertise in robotic surgery. It is alsmost unheard of at a young age to remove the ovary for a cyst. Your fertility will be impaired no matter what and it is important to discuss options before surgery and ways to perform the surgery to moinimize removal of the eggs you have left. An evaluation of your eggs is important prior to sur ...Read more
Partial hyst april 2012 due to possible uterine prolapse then bilateral oophrectomy in april 2012 bad menstural cramp. Now trace blod bladder pain?
I had a salpingo oophrectomy in jan 2012 removal of 1 ovary and tube I've got constant pain around my belly button and lots of water infections?
Think hernia: If you had this done laparoscopically, and one of the incisions was at the belly button then it is possible you may have a hernia at the incision site. I can't understand what "water infection" refers to (urinary infection?). Please let your ob/gyn know about this. If they are not sure then go see a general surgeon for a thorough exam of your belly button. Your symptoms are not normal or typical. ...Read more
L navel abd pain radiates to back w/nausea/diarrea im 3 yr s/p tah w/bil oophrectomy. No fever/vomiting?
Many possibilities: These symptoms are somewhat vague and could be the onset of a number of conditions. It could be symptoms of uti, kidney stones, viral stomach bug, pelvic infections. If the pain is severe, then get checked out sooner. If develop fever get checked sooner. Otherwise, monitor symptoms, lots of fluids, bland diet, note stools (count how many you are having), watch for blood in stool. If not better, doc. ...Read more