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Surgical Removal Ovarian Cyst Fallopian Tubes
Have a fallopian tube cyst, 5 cm. Doc watching with sono every 3 months. Had one removed 3 years ago. Have also had ovarian cysts. Are these worrisome?
Generally not: Typically these types of cysts are benign and not worrisome however there are rare conditions that can be a problem therefore the reason your doctor is watching the size and appearance of these cysts. ...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
I had an polycystic ovarian cyst so I had an surgery 2 years back so my one ovary and fallopian tube is removed. I gained weight. Is there any risk in future. Can any problem will occur in future?
Future symptoms: If you experienced ovarian torsion due to a large cyst it may occur in the remaining ovary. The best you can do is be aware of the symptoms and present immediately for care if they occur so you can get the ultrasound +/- CT scan if needed. ACOG found weight loss can help you maintain menstrual regularity and avoid diabetes in future. Follow closely with MD to avoid metabolic complications. ...Read more
Had ovarian cyst and part of my fallopian tube removed in Oct 2015, due to a torsion. Having pain on the same side again and irregular bleeding.?
? past infection:
There are many types of ovarian cysts. Sticking uterus is a general, non-specific, gross description. As a result, the answer can only be speculative.
Put the three together, past infection and scar formation come to mind. Management will depend on more accurate diagnosis and what symptoms the person has. ...Read more
See below: Treatment of ovarian cysts depend on size, symptoms and appearance on ultraound. Options include watchful waiting, birth control pills or surgery. Your doctor may recommend surgery if the cyst does not appear as a functional cyst (in this case a complex cyst) or if it has been growign or persisting over a few menstrual cycles or cause significant pain or other symptoms. ...Read more
Hx of endometriosis, ovarian cysts and removal of left ovary. During last surgery, right ovary was stitched to uterus, w/o consent. Can it be tested that eggs are getting to fallopian tubes?
Yes: You can see if tubes are patent but don't think you can test to see if eggs get to uterus. ...Read more
I had surgery in may to remove an ovarian cyst, I now only have one falopian tube, an ovary and 1/3 of an ovary. Can I still conceive?
I had an polycystic ovarian cyst so I had an surgery 2 years back so my one ovary and fallopian tube is removed and now I am getting irregular periods and weight is also increased. Is there any risk. Will I again get a ovarian cyst. What will happen..
What will be will be: The best way to determine if there is a recurrence of the multiple ovarian cysts is to be examined by a GYN MD and have an ultrasound exam done. I can't predict the future, but the above advice will take care of the present. ...Read more
r. Fallopian tube, r ovary removed years ago. Hx ovarian cysts shot of steroids mths ago since discharge no order, itch, burn only color change?
How long is recovery on large 9cm cyst on left ovary and fallopian tube removal by keyhole surgery, before I am able to start my ivf again?
Many but rare: Surgery for an ovarian cyst today is very safe and complications are rare. As with any operation risks related to ansthesia, blood loss, damage to surrounding structures and infection do happen -but are uncommon. Some loss of ovarian tissue is common but usually not consequential. ...Read more
Two weeks after an ovarian cyst removal surgery, is it normal to feel the urge to pee more frequently?
Six weeks after an ovarian cyst removal surgery, is it normal to still feel the urge to pee more frequently?
Surgery: I am unsure as to what you mean by too tight. If you are feeling pains in your skin, they are most likely rude to true stitches below your skin. If you are feeling pain on the inside, then that is from scar tissue. ...Read more
Ovarian cysts: Most ovarian cysts can be removed laparoscopically which is an outpatient procedure. It is nowadays unusual to have to be inpatient for this. This obviously depends on the expertise of your surgeon. Advanced gynecological laparoscopists rarely have to perform a laparotomy (open surgery) for ovarian cyst removal. Davinci robot-assistance may facilitate a minimally invasive approach. ...Read more
Ovarian cyst removal im 20 years old and after my surgery it was hard for me to breath the next day why?
Possibilities...: Smoking and surgery are a bad mix and can certainly cause breathing problems. Atelectasis is a term used to describe the temporary collapse of small areas in the lungs seen after general anesthesia & abdominal surgery; this will clear up on its own. If your surgery was laparoscopic, the distention of the abdomen w/co2 can put pressure on the diaphragm & cause shortness of breath. ...Read more
I just had surgery on the removal of a ovarian cyst and he found a lot of scar tissue and cleaned that up. Why am I still in so much pain?
I have hypoechoic lesion (1.5*1.4 cm) in the uterus, an ovarian cyst (1.9*2.0 cm). Does this demand a surgery for removal or medication will work?
Echo of uterus: Only your Dr can advise you on this. We do not know you well enough. ...Read more
Possibly: See a doctor who is experienced in laparoscopic and robotic surgery for an opinion. ...Read more
How long does an ovarian cyst removal operation take through keyhole surgery? And how likely are risks?
Depends: This depends on many factors including your body habitus, the size and consistency of the mass, skill of the surgeon etc. Typically if it is straightforward then it may be as short as 15 minutes. Add anesthesia time and setup and maybe it becomes 30 minutes from the time you go in, to the time you go out, of the or. Complications are not very common if it is routine. ...Read more
Probably: This is not a definte yes or no case. You can make an argument to simply follow this with watchful waiting without surgery if it gets no bigger and has no symptoms. However, I would guess that 95% of the time if this is truly a tubal cyst, you will end up with surgery due to pain. If this is an ovarian cyst, you have a little better chance of avoiding surgery because ovarian cysts can come and go. ...Read more
I have fluid (I guess a cyst) in the fallopian tube 9cmx13cm. I'm 44 and in moderate discomfort often. I have a history of endometriosis. Do I need surgery? Can this be cancer?
Hard to say: That sounds painful! This hydrosalpinx (swollen tube), while not necessarily dangerous, will not likely resolve on its own but will need removal which will tell us if it is truly nothing to worry about. Tubal cancers are very rare however we can never be certain until the tube is out. You have a LOT of structures in your pelvis and to make sure this is indeed a tube, your gyno's help is required! ...Read more
My obgyn says I have a large cyst on my fallopian tube that has other little growths inside. Can I live with this or do I need surgery? Says its benign.
Depends: Sounds like you are talking about hydrosalpinx? Need for surgery depends if you have symptoms of not, your age, whether you are trying to get pregnant or not, and also on the size of the cyst. You should have more than one ultrasound to watch for change over time. Depending on your full situation there are also blood tests that might be indicated which can screen for chances of cancer. ...Read more
Is it normal to have your period then it comes back a week later. I am 38 and I have a small ovarion cyst and had my right fallopian tube removed 5yrs?
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Aka oviduct, uterine tube, or salpinx. It is basically a small tube connecting between the ovary and the uterus. This tube carries the eggs from the ovary area to the unterus. This is the tube that is cut/tied-up/or burned in women having the tuboligation procedure for permanent birth control purpose. Have ...Read more
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