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Doctor insights on: Ovarian Endometrioma Surgery Recovery

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Found septated ovarian cysts, 1.5cm and 4.5cm. Recurrence. Been taking pills since last surgery for removing endometrioma. Anything serious to worry?

Found septated ovarian cysts, 1.5cm and 4.5cm. Recurrence. Been taking pills since last surgery for removing endometrioma. Anything serious to worry?

No: Given your age, this is probably of low concern. Assuming you are not experiencing pain, i would follow these with ultrasound. If stable and not changing, you could consider doing nothing. ...Read more

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Could you tell me how to decrease size of ovarian cyst? Maybe endometrioma. I wanna try everything i can do before having another surgery. Am on pill.

Could you tell me how to decrease size of ovarian cyst? Maybe endometrioma. I wanna try everything i can do before having another surgery. Am on pill.

Patience: Stay on the pill and give it time. If this is a "functional" cyst, it will go away over the course of a couple cycles. Stay on the pill in the meantime - you are doing everything right. ...Read more

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How to know what kind of ovarian cyst i have? Dermoid or endometrioma? I am looking for other option aside from laparascopic surgery

How to know what kind of ovarian cyst i have? Dermoid or endometrioma? I am looking for other option aside from laparascopic surgery

If you have either: One of those and it is 7.5 cm you need surgery to remove it sometimes some of the ovary can be saved , sometimes not. ...Read more

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Having an ovarian cyst, possibly endometrioma, 5cm. This is recurrence after removing one a few mts ago by lap surgery. Any risk of malignant?Hope not

Unlikely: If you were treated for endometriosis, and a recurrent cysts shows up at the same site as prior endometrioma removal, then it is just recurrent endometriosis - most likely. Given your age, the chance of ovarian cancer is exceedingly rare. ...Read more

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Endometriosis reoccurred after 2nd surgery, dr refused 3rd surgery said would cause it to spread and become worse, I have an endometrioma, is this true?

Endometriosis reoccurred after 2nd surgery, dr refused 3rd surgery said would cause it to spread and become worse, I have an endometrioma, is this true?

Fertility Specialist: At this point you would likely benefit from seeing a specialist. There are different options and different concerns. Surgery is still an option but you really need to know what your goals are. I would not do anything before seeing a specialist. And yes only surgery will remove an endometrioma but not all of them need to be removed. ...Read more

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Is surgery the only way to treat endometrioma?

No: Surgery is the most effective way to treat an endometrioma. If it is small and you are not suffering from the symptoms then your doctor may advise doing nothing except observing it over time. Lupron (leuprolide) injections can be used in some cases. ...Read more

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I had a surgery for removing an endometrioma 2 months ago. Both ovaries are left. If i stop taking pill, does the cyst come again?

I had a surgery for removing an endometrioma 2 months ago. Both ovaries are left. If i stop taking pill, does the cyst come again?

Not usually: Endometriosis can certainly come back and you could form new endometriomas but the same cyst that was remvoed is not likely to come back. ...Read more

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Can i still do IVF with a 3.5 CM endometrioma? Is surgery necessary before i can try ivf?

Can i still do IVF with a 3.5 CM endometrioma? Is surgery necessary before i can try ivf?

Either way: Yes you can do ivf with a small endometrioma, but there might also be good reasons to remove it. Online you can only get a general answer like this, for more specifics you need to talk with a doctor who can discuss specifics of your case, pro and con. ...Read more