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What To Eat After Ovarian Surgery
Hi. I want to ask, what the best food to eat after ovarian cyst surgery for speed recovery my internal after my OP?
Its ok: Meat should have no effect on your ovaries 4 months after ovarian surgery. If meat is part of your normal diet it should be ok to eat it. It is not known to harm your ovaries. Best wishes!
Laparoscopy: Almost all ovarian cysts that require surgery can be treated with laparoscopy.
No: Depending on your age and the "complexity" of the cyst as well as cyst size, some of these can be managed with serial u/s. The technology of vaginal u/s with color flow doppler and 4d imaging has made diagnosis of ovarian cancers a little more predictable but has also given us the ability to over diagnose normal ovarian changes related to menstual cycles. Good question. Listen to your doc here.
Yes: Depending on type of surgical technique laparoscopic or open abdominal surgery, you should be fully recovered within 2 to 6 weeks, unless you've had complications. If you have not done heavy lifting for awhile, ask for help. Start exercising to increase strength and stamina. Brignonimd. Com.
It depends...: On what type of suture material was used and the thickness of the suture. Without knowing the answer to both of those, it's difficult to tell exactly. They may have even used non-absorbable sutures.
Possibly: gynecologist often use 5 centimeters as a cutoff for taking somebody to surgery or not it really also depends on the appearance of the cyst meaning is it a simple appearing cyst with just fluid is it a dermoid cyst is it a complex cyst all these plus the patience symptoms Ie. Pain, determine need for surgeryyou also include the risk of torsion as wellSee 2 more doctor answers
Unrelated: If you are having continued symptoms after ovarian cyst removal you should see your surgeon. Another cyst may have developed.
Maybe: Trust your doctor. The decision will be made by evaluating the risk of malignancy and the experience of your physician.
What's the question?: If you have a tumor and don't have it removed it can cause localized damage if benign, and threaten your life if malignant. If all your doctors say surgery is the route to go, then surgery is the route to go.
Short to long time: If an ovarian malignancy arises and is contained in a cystic structure, a laparoscopic resection in about 1/2 hr. Can suffice. If an epithelial tumor has metastasized to omentm and seeded serosa of bowel, debulking to 1-2 cm and omentectomy plus hysterectomy is needed which can take several hrs.
Yes: Treatment for an ovarian torsion requires untwisting the ovary restoring the blood flow to the ovary. If the blood supply has been cut off or too long the ovary may be dead. Which would require it to be removed. Can usually be done laparoscopically.
Depends..: Recovery time depends on a couple of factors. Was your surgery minimally invasive? Did they do it the old fashioned way with a big cut? Did they have to remove the ovary? Depending on these answers recovery could range from 1-4 weeks or more...
Total removal: If surgery is for a malignant lesion, total hysterectomy bilateral salpingoophorectomy is needed. A prophylactic or therapeutic omentectomy should be performed since omentum is one of the first sites of metastasis due to TGF-B. Any visceral nodules should be removed if present with no residual lesion > 1cm. Chemo would then be necessary of mets present.
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