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Tubal Cyst Symptoms
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
Does tubal test hurt? I am a virgin. I have an ovarian cyst so I will be undergoing laparoscopic procedure. They will also do the tubal test.
I believe you are referring a test to see if your fallopian tubes are patent (chromopertubation). If done during the laparoscopy you will be under anesthesia and you won't feel it. Obviously you will have some pain from the surgery.
Are you trying to get pregnant? Don't see the need for it unless you have problems conceiving. ...Read more
I have a tubal cyst, dr suggest removal of tube or drainage of cyst. I opted for drainage, is it possible to remove the cyst & repair/keep the tube?
Leave alone: If this is a small PARAtubal cyst — leave it alone ...Read more
I am 27 and have had 4 kids. 20 months ago I had a tubal ligation. Since I've had cysts after cyst, bleed for 30+ days, weird discharge.What's wrong?
Hormones: You would benefit from going back on the pill. The pill decreases ovarian cysts by 50%. Best wishes. ...Read more
If you've had a tubal ligation (cut and burnt) then develop a fimbrial cyst. Will the cyst be reoccurances and could it be corrected with a reversal
No need for concern: If you have no pelvic /abdominal pains or other troublesome symptoms, there's no real need for concern. Practically all "fimbrial cysts" or peritoneal, paratubal paraovarian inclusion cysts are benign and require no surgical removal unless they cause symptoms. ...Read more
I had a Tubal ligation about 6 years ago. In the last week I've noticed a large painful to touch cyst along my tubes. Will this go away? I've had the
See your OB-GYN: Sometimes pregnancies occur even if you have had tubaligation. While this is rare, you need to be examined to determine the cause of your problem. ...Read more
Can I have a tubal ligation if I have a history of ovarian cysts? If so, which type of procedure is most safe with the fewest side effects?
Laperoscopic: But it depend on the operator......Get a more detailed answer ›
Postablative syndrome- tubal ligation 17yrs ago. History of ovarian cyst. 2 ablations 4&8yrs ago. Should I get total or partial hyster 45yrs old?
Depends.: If you have a family history of ovarian cancer then you should consider having your ovaries removed. If you have menopause symptoms, recurrent cysts or other problems related to your ovaries then you may consider removing your ovaries. This would cause menopause and likely cause some symptoms. Need to have a detailed discussion with your doctor to help you decide what is best. ...Read more
So im 5w2d preg went to the ER for some spotting and they done test sd I could have a cyst on my right ovary or a tubal pregnanc no pain thought?
I was at the Dr. today for multiple ovarian cysts on both ovaries and the Dr. talked about tubal ligation as relief for the pain why?
Tubal ligation 13 years ago bleeding one week after period feel pregnat cyst on my ovaries any advice please?
Cyst in liver and cyst in thyroid. Tubal and appendectomy. What r my chances for having gallbladder sludge removed laproscopy?
Not likely: Treatment would be a laparoscopic cholecystectomy. The gallbladder stores bile and pushes it into the intestines in response to eating fat in a meal. Bile is a salt in solution. In gallbladder disease, the gallbladder is not exchanging the bile properly causing the bile to sit there. Like sugar in a jar of water, if it sits there, eventually it comes out of solution forming sludge. ...Read more
Diagnosed with PCOS age 16. Got my tubes tied a year ago and just got another ruptured cyst. The pain is much worse than before tubal Is this normal?
Not, it's: Not "normal" but can happen, and has nothing to do with you're tubal. Talk w/your doctor if it continues. ...Read more
Possible post tubal/ ablation syndrome & US found a large left side "complex" ovarian cyst. MRI now scheduled. Having monthly unbearable pain. Ideas?
Gynecologist: It is important to see a gynecologist so that a treatment plan can be created. A large complex ovarian mass needs evaluation and surgical treatment may be warranted. There are many possible causes of ovarian masses. Most are benign but some are not therefor prompt evaluation is needed. An ovarian mass is not likely to be related to post tubal ablation syndrome ...Read more
Cyst in liver and thyroid gland, tubal and appendectomy. What re my chances of laproscopy to remove gallbladder?
Gaining weight specially at thighs and abdomen, your monthly cycle messed up, no bowel regularity, feeling extreme tired, and lots of back pain with no sleep. Is it possible after tubal ligation and having cyst?
Gaining weight: What are you describing sound like low thyroid gland function. See a doctor. ...Read more
What does this mean? ENDOMETRIUM, BIOPSY:
Disordered proliferative endometrium with associated simple (cystic) hyperplasia.
None...: Cyst of urinary bladder is extremely rare and even non-exists. In an extreme condition of urachal cyst, that is congenital, even not within the boundary of bladder. At times, a congenital bladder diverticulum may be mistakenly perceived by laypersons as a cyst; that is what I guessed. So, to make clear for me to answer your question to the point, would you please clarify for us? I'm here to help. ...Read more
None: Patients with pilonidal cysts may not have any symptoms at all. In others the cyst may become infected resulting in inflammation and pain. The infected cyst may grow and rupture into the surrounding tissue, forming an abscess. Infected pilonodal cysts/abscesses can cause severe pain, redness, swelling, and warmth of the skin of the tailbone area. Abscesses may cause fever and drainage of pus. ...Read more
Maybe 2 Types: There are several possibilities, but 2 main/common types, if you're talking about skin. Sebaceous cysts are just wax glands that get plugged. Depending on the size they may be treated with heat packs or may need to be surgically excised. Lipomas are fatty blobs that are softer and deeper. Neither are emergencies, but in the low back area may present a mechanical problem if they're at the beltline. ...Read more
A cyst usually...: A cyst would usually not twist because it is usually embedded inside or right on its hosting organ, and has no stalk to hing & twist. So, no twist means no pain — asymptomatic, But if infection or bleeding happens to it, pain + other related symptoms will ensue, depending upon the size of the cyst and the pace of events, etc. More? Ask Doc timely for detail. Best wish... ...Read more
Typically NO: If a cystic lesion within brain, could be congenital arachnoid cyst, or even cysticercosis, and typically ms lesions not usually cystic. Rarely, ms lesions may appear tumefactive, and may create a cystic appearance, but other lesions are present which tell the true situation. Perhaps a visit to neurosurgeon could clear the confusion. ...Read more
Asymptomatic: Prostatic cysts are typically discovered on ultrasound or other xray test and are relatively rare findings. Majority do not cause symptoms (unless large and could result in lower urinary tract symptoms) and are discovered incidentally. Many arise in the midline of prostate and congenital in origin. ...Read more