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Paratubal Cyst Removal
Ask Ob-Gyn for info.: A para-ovarian cyst, also sometimes known as a para-tubal cyst is a type of adnexal cyst that does not develop from the ovary. They are usually thin-walled and smoothly marginated (smooth edges). The majority of them appear as unilocular "simple" cysts on ultrasound. Most patients are asymptomatic, although patients with large cysts can have pelvic pain symptoms. ...Read more
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
5 CM paratubal cyst is causing radiating pain pain. Dr doesn't seem to think its an emergency situation. Why does this happen?
Laparoscopy: With ovarian cysts there is always a good chance that they resolve on their own and it may make sense to buy some time with pain medication. I don't see this happen with a paratubal cyst. A laparoscopy would help to sort things out: ovarian cyst versus paratubal cyst versus hydrosalpinx. ...Read more
I have suggestive paratubal cyst measuring of 1.82x1.54 cm is it serious or not, can I still have a chance to get pregnant even if I have this?
Probably not but...: That's actually a very small cyst. If it's truly a paratubal cyst then nothing to worry about. I would suggest that you have a hysterosalpingogram (HSG or tube test) done. Sometimes a damaged tube can look like a paratubal cyst. Damaged fallopian tubes would require consultation with an infertility specialist to go over your options. ...Read more
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
Had a lap for a paratubal cyst (?) and fluid in left tube. But the dr couldn't identify it and sent it for several pathologists to review. Do I worry?
Wait for the results: Any tissue removed in a surgical procedure should be sent to a pathologist for evaluation. Your doctor did not send it because s/he thinks there is any reason to be concerned, but because the right thing to do. ...Read more
TTC... I underwent operation due to paratubal cyst on the left. Right tube had been removed due to ectopic pregnancy & now I have diffuse adenomyosis.
Question?: I am sorry- I do not understand what you are asking. Please resubmit with a specific question. ...Read more
Keep it clean and: Dry. It should eventually scar in and the hole should go away. It may take a few months. ...Read more
Why is its better to remove the entire ovary, why removal of the cyst test is not accurate for pathologic diagnosis?
WHat did your doc sa: Depends on what type of cyst it is, how big it is, whether it is sus for cancer or precancer does it look like it has consumed the entire ovary, I would have all your? S answerd to your satisfaction before surg- that is what I always do with my pts so speak with your doc again before surgery! ...Read more
Taking pill after ov cyst removal. Finished package yesterday but it's out of stock at pharmacy. Have to wait for 4 days. Ok to start again in 4 days?
Out of stock: Hi, make your pharmacy call their sister pharmacy and get it for you, always order your med 4-7 days in advance to give the pharmacy enough time to get it for you on time. Ask your doctor if it's ok to skip 4 days. ...Read more
Depends on location: It depends on the location of the cyst, the size of the cyst. It may take 7 to 14 days to fully recover depending on these factors if there are no complications. ...Read more
It depends: It really depends on the type and location of the cyst. If it is in the skin, a dermatologist will likely be able to help. Some cysts are deeper down and will require a surgeon, or an orthopedic surgeon to address. Many cysts in children are benign and if not causing a problem, it might not even need to be removed. Start off with a consult with your pediatrician or family doctor. ...Read more
Yes: The mild trauma associated with surgical removal will often cause temporary swelling in the area. ...Read more
Pain: Usually pain and discomfort are the major reasons for patients having these removed. ...Read more
Variable: Pain, decreased motion or use of hand, insightly bulge. All are good indications. Depends on what you can tolerate. ...Read more
Quick healing: A dermoid cyst is a saclike growth that is present at birth. It contains structures such as hair, fluid, teeth or skin glands that can be found on or in the skin. They grow slowly and are not tender unless ruptured. Surgical removal is performed when a cyst becomes painful or inflammed. Or begins enlarging. If ovarian in origin, laparoscopic resection is employed and recovery is fast. ...Read more
Not so bad: It's nothing like the horrible long-term outcome if you neglect it. Forgive my frankness. When I need to be heave, I grit my teeth and do what I must. Good luck. ...Read more
YES: Yes. It will heal on its' own. ...Read more
Depends: Most ganglions are in your wrist. The usual time off from work is 7-10 days to allow the skin to heal. Some can return to work sooner if they don't us their hands too much, and can keep the wound dry. ...Read more
Is there possibility to find out cysts after removal of multiple hemorrhagic cyst by laproscopy within 3 weeks only?
Had an cyst removal operation 2 years ago. It was done through my naval. Today I feel pain and there is a pungent smelling discharge. What do I do?
S/p cyst discharge: Where is the discharge from the navel or vagina? If from the naval w/ pain seek medical attention today at ER as you may have an abscess that needs drainage antibiotics if vaginal discharge/UTI may be unrelated infection and would seek medical attention as well today at urgent care or ER. ...Read more
Got positive LH surge test on CD19 I usually have 30-31 day cycles is 11days long enough for a LP? I am also 2 months out from cyst and endo removal
Ovulation: Ovulation occurs on cycle length minus 14. In a 32 day cycle that would be day 18. Anything beyond a 32 day cycle carries the risk of not being a fertile cycle. Similary, if LH surge happens after day 18, the luteal phase (second half of the cycle) may not last the 14 days it is supposed to last to make the cycle a fertile one. Surgery to the ovaries may interfere with cycle stability temporarily. ...Read more
Hello sir.....i have a little non removal, not painful cyst in the neck...i don't know it's a cyst or something...but I found it almost 1 year long..
I SUGGEST TO: GET IT CHECKED BY A PHYSICIAN, COULD BE SOMETHING OR NOT. ...Read more