Doctor insights on:
When Shouls I Get A Sicst Removed
Cyst removal: In general observation is reasonable if a cyst is not causing problems like pain, and if it isn't enlarging. Cysts that suddenly appear, get red and are painful are often infected. They may require antibiotics and/or drainage. A non-painful cyst that is enlarging should be evaluated by a qualified physician, with strong consideration given to surgical removal of the cyst. ...Read more
GOOD AND NOT TOO BAD:
Depend if you were having gallbladder problem it feel like heaven because it is the end on a long suffering
most people will eliminate pain they did not think it will ever go away
the body will cpmpensate for the lack of the gallbladder and that could cause some people not to tolerate a specific food and could end up with loose stool after greasy food and creamy food
otherwise ir is not too bad. ...Read more
There isn't enough: Information provided to give you a direct answer on this. I would encourage you to have the tumor medically evaluated. The physician/ surgeon will be able to better advise you on the best course of action. Take care. ...Read more
Osteoma gosh: Not to be confused with osteoid osteoma; osteomas are benign outgrowths of bone, typically found on the skull. They are removed when they interfere with normal functions like hearing, sight, etc. In other words only when they become symptomatic. ...Read more
Please clarify...: Do you mean your testes?Get a more detailed answer ›
Simple: You make appointment with health provider to have it done. If string of iud is visible it is simple and painless procedure. ...Read more
Yes: In medical school, they taught us the risk factors for gall stones are "fat, female, fertile, and forty." that said, some women have gall bladders removed before they have a baby, and many women never have their gall bladders removed. ...Read more
Any time!: You can get get pregnant right away after having an iud out. Same as usual - about 14 days before your period you ovulate. You are most fertile in the couple of days right before ovulation. If you had a Progesterone containing iud and had irregular periods with the iud in, it will be a little harder to predict. Good luck! ...Read more
Axillary or inguinal abscesses are very hard to remove and the diagnosis is hidradinitis suppurative is difficult to treat. Sometimes hormonal regulation using birth control or a medicing like spironolactone can be useful.
Best person to see for this is a general surgeon. ...Read more
Right away: The only birth control method that's been shown to prolong infertility after discontinuation of use is the depot Provera (medroxyprogesterone) shot. You should return to normal fertility within one cycle of removal. With any given cycle there's about a 20-25% chance of pregnancy, so just removing doesn't mean you'll get pregnant right away. Best of luck! ...Read more
Maybe: Not necessarily. Depend on liavtiim and symptoms. Observation may be ok depending on location. ...Read more
Nothing: The appendix is just a finger-like projection off the base of the cecum. It has no specific purpose we are aware of. It can become inflamed and swell closed at its base, cutting off its own blood supply through the pressure of the swelling. As it does so it can begin leaking fecal matter and pus into the abdomen. Recognizing the process from the start and removing it before it leaks is needed. ...Read more
One of my teaches told our class that if you leave a tam pon in over night you'll have to get it surgically removed. Is this true?
S/p ecrp- pancreatitis after the stents were put in and again after stents were removed. Still get spasms and pain. Is this normal?
Gyno said I have immature cells where my hymen used to be. Is it possible to get my hymen removed and have it regenerate normally not immature?
Misunderstanding?: If you have been sexually active in the past your gyno may have said "there is a scar" where your hymen used to be, not "immature cells". ...Read more
My girlfriend had her gallbadder removed last night - pulled the glue from one of the cuts. Should she get it reapplied? Butterfly bandage okay?
Butterfly: As long as the edges are approximated it should be fine. ...Read more
Do people who have to get their gallbladders removed in their mid 30's can live nrmal lives say upto their 60's or 70 or 80.If there's no othr. Problem?
Hi I have had my disk removed home the next day the wound is 2 inches covered with a plaster how often shall I replace the plaster and when can I get it wet its dissolve able stitches thanks?
Ask your surgeon: You should have received wound care instructions and activity restrictions from your surgeon. Every surgeon tends to have his own specific post op care routine that can vary from patient to patient for several reasons. I do not have enough information to guide you appropriately. ...Read more
Depends: If the cyst is not changing in size, and not causing any pain, they can be left alone. Some people have trouble with them becoming infected, or growing. In rare cases, there have been reports of small cancers in the gland hidden by the cyst, so if it is changing in size, it needs to be removed. ...Read more
Arthritis: The meniscus acts as the cushion/shock absorber in the knee. When all or part of it has to be removed, the cartilage and bone see more stress over time and degrade faster - arthritis. However, leaving a torn meniscus and not taking it out can cause more stress as a flap can rub raw the cartilage much faster than having less meniscus. ...Read more
Yes: If there is no indication to have surgery done, then removing a healthy appendix puts you at all of the associated surgical risks without any benefit. Secondly, we don't really know if the appendix has a function. It may be assoc. With your immune system. If it does have a function, removing a healthy appendix denies you of that function. ...Read more
Feeling better: The main reason for cholecystectomy is acute cholecystitis. When stones pass they produce pain and with an impacted stone in the bottom of the gallbladder it can impinge of the cystic artery and cause severe inflammation. Removal relieves symptoms. When done laparoscopically symptoms post op are minimal. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- When to get gallbladder removed
- When is it time to get the fibroid removed
- Shoul i take both zetia and lisinopril
- If i get my clamped removed can i get preegnant
- How do i care for my picc site when removed?
- How shoul?
- Should i get a ganglion cyst removed from my forehead
- What can i eat after getting my tonsils removed?
- When to get a lymph node removed