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What Is A Laparoscopic Bilateral Ovarian Cystectomy
It involves...: Making several tiny incisions on your abdomen to introduce a small scope/camera and small surgical instruments inside. The cyst is then separated from the ovary and taken out through one of the small incisions. Most people go home the same day, and the procedure generally takes about 60-90mins, depending on the size of the cyst. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Surgical procedure: It's a minimally invasive surgical procedure, utilizing small incisions and a camera as well as narrow diameter instruments to operate within a body cavity. Oophorectomy means to remove an ovary. Postmenopausal refers to a women who has stopped menstruating, and has left their reproductive years. ...Read more
Gallbladder removal: Cholecystectomy means removal of the gallbladder. It can be done either open (the way we've done it for over a hundred years with a long incision under the rib cage), or laparoscopically (through small incisions using different instruments to get the job done). We generally do it laparoscopically if possible, and reserve the open approach for when we it's not safe to do via the scope. ...Read more
Here are...: It is a common round space of variable diameters from few mm to many cm incidentally found in scrotal US for evaluating some pain / ache in the sac; it is usually located at globus major of epididymis. Such cyst may present as single or multiple like a cluster. More detail? Ask Urologist for detail. ...Read more
exploratory surgery +/-cyst aspiration/removal. Is this normal procedure for abdominal pain and a complex solid ovarian cyst? Drs are confusing me.
Ask MD/clarification: Ask your surgeon for clarification of your surgical case. Ovarian cysts can be aspirated or removed normally, depending upon the size and density. You need to be an advocate for yourself by asking your MD and getting an explanation that you can understand for clarity. ...Read more
Would a myoectomy be indicated for a 3.7 cm submucosal fibroid? I also have bilateral hemorrhagic ovarian follicles.
Better than open: Laparoscopic hysterectomy is performed when vaginal hysterectomy may be very difficult and one wants to avoid a major open surgery. This typically rquires 3 or 4 small incisions in the abdomen. You may go home the same day or stay in the hospital overnight. Your recovery will be significantly faster comapred to abdominal route. Open abdomial hysterectomy is rarely necessary today. ...Read more
Big incision: A bilateral subcostal incision is one placed horizontally about one inch below the ribs. It usually start far on the right side, comes up diagonally to the middle, and then over to the left, angling down again but not typically as far over as on the right. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hemorrhagic cyst?: It may represent a hemorrhagic ovarian cyst. A unilocular thin-walled cyst in the adnexal region with internal fine interdigitating septations/fibrin-strands, which give a fine reticular appearance (multi-striated?), good through transmission, and color doppler showing no flow in these fine septations is consistent with hemorrhagic cyst. Discuss with your radiologist on what his thoughts were. ...Read more
Discuss with surgeon: If done through an abdominal incision, salpingo-oophorectomy is major surgery that requires 3-6 weeks for full recovery. If performed laparoscopically, the recovery time can be much shorter. There may be some discomfort around the incision for the first few days, but most women are walking around by the third day. Within a month or so, patients can resume activities such as driving, exercising.. ...Read more
Yes: Any hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) is considered a major surgery. With that said, there are several different modalities by which a uterus is removed. A lash is a type of laparoscopic hysterectomy in which the uterine body is removed but the cervix is left in the body. It is a simpler surgery with less time spent in the or. Recovery time is typically shorter as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is a type: Of abnormal ovarian cyst that is usually benign, rarely it can be non benign, all you have to do is go to google search engine and put in dermoid cyst with hair and you can read all about it and your doc who diagnosed your cyst shpuld have explained everything to you like I do with all of my patients. ...Read more
Normal process: When women ovulate every month, the ovary produces an egg to be released for fertilization. The egg is released from a cyst on the ovary. If that egg is fertilized, that cyst remains to support the early stages of pregnancy. If there is no pregnancy, this cyst 'involutes'/resolves, i.e., gets reabsorbed by the body. ...Read more
Yes: If no other contraindication.Get a more detailed answer ›
Odd sensation in bladder when coming towards end of urination, 2 weeks after laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy, why is this?
Sharp pains in stomach, above vagina area, 2 weeks after laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy what could this be?
Be seen: Given how recent your surgery has been, despite the fact that it was laparascopic, you need to see your physician for an exam. ...Read more
How long should hard lump above my incision be there for? Doc said it was a hematoma, 1 month post laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy
Question diagnosis.: A hardlump around a closure site can be from the scarring process, suture material or herniation as well. Hematoma will typically resolve in that time frame and you should have seen overlying evidence of ecchymosis or bruising. If tou are experiencing pain in that area be sure to followup with your surgeon. ...Read more
I am a 34yo female with recent laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy on Feb 20. I currently have the flu. After vomiting I have had intense shoulder pain. ?
Had a laprascopic ovarian cystectomy 4 months ago, have started getting agonizing stomach cramps which are quite constant, could they be related?
5-10 days: If done by laparopscopy, you go home the same day. Recovery varies but some women feel great 2 days after surgery and some take closer to 10 days to feel back to normal. But you can resume most normal daily activities within 2-3 days of surgery. ...Read more
Hello sir...m Dr.Neha BPT want to ask u dat can i do aerobics after 6yrs of surgury of ovarian cystectomy(removal of 1ovry)coz i feel pain during exs.
OKwhen you feel like: If you are even thinking about 'love-making' again then you are doing much better! --can't hurt. But just don't bump the abdomen scars or do any straining. ...Read more
Had a sucessful ovarian cystectomy 2 days ago at 3months pregnant. I have seen baby is ok with a heartbeat but should I still be concerned for baby?
Most likely fine: Most people who miscarry following surgery have symptoms in the first 48-72 hours. If you are not bleeding or cramping now, your should have almost the same risk of miscarriage now as someone who is 3 months pregnant who did have surgery. ...Read more
Pain in side where i've had an ovarian cystectomy laparascopy two months ago? Is this still healing or could the cyst of come back?
Before i had endometriosis in the left ovary and i already done laparoscopic cystectomy, is it possible for me to get pregnant now?
I have bad ovarian pain when walking sitting going to toilet & especially during sex pmh right ovarian cystectomy. is it back again? no scan for 2week
My pill pack is due to end in 2 days time and I am 2 weeks post op from an ovarian cystectomy, is it safe to have a period this soon after?
Yes.: There is no danger in having a period 2 weeks post-op from your procedure. ...Read more
Had cystectomy in july and keep getting cysts. Is it normal to have blood and tissue like substance coming out after a ruptured ovarian cyst?
More info needed: If you mean blood and tissue coming from the vagina, no that is not normal, and needs prompt evaluation. If you mean blood and tissue coming out of your incisions, that is also not normal, and needs emergent evaluation. Recurrent ovarian cysts can be prevented with medicine--depending on your pregnancy goals. ...Read more
I'm a 29 year old female who has had laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy and now I have a returning cyst and prolong menstrual cycle should I be alarmed?
No, but seek care: No reason to be alarmed but you should seek additional care for the recurrent cyst and prolonged periods with a GYN MD. ...Read more
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