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Without A Laparoscopy Are There Any Other Ways To Diagnose Endometriosis
Sometimes: The true diagnosis of endometriosis requires a biopsy and a pathologist to confirm the diagnosis. Almost all the time this requires an abdominal procedure, commonly laparoscopy. However, some women may have nodules of endometriosis in the vagina, for instance, that can be biopsied in the office to prove endometriosis. Usually this is a bad prognostic sign. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Laparoscopy is also known as Laparoscopic surgery. Laparoscopy involves placement of a small camera-scope into the abdominal cavity, most often at the belly button. This allows us to see and surgically rx many abdominal and pelvic diseases. This is combined with distinction of the abd cavity with co2 gas to create more space to work. This usually requires a general anesthetic, yet most people can go ...Read more
Recently had a laparoscopy to diagnose endometriosis- no endo found. Due 1st period and no period yet- could the op have stalled my periods?
Having laparoscopy to diagnose endometriosi. Polyp in uterus and cervix removed. Ovarian cyst removed. What is my recovery time likely to be. Thank yo?
2 weeks: Usually almost full recovery in 2 weeks. Some people feel great after 5 days. Kind of unpredictable. But most activities can be resumed after about 7-10 days. ...Read more
Can endometriosis be given as a diagnosis without having a laparoscopy? If everything else has been eliminated.
I was diagnosed as having stage III endometriosis at the time of laparoscopy. What does this mean?
Endo stagging: There are 4 stages 1, 2, 3, 4. One being the mildest and 4 the most severe. These stages mostly are use to correlate with the ability of the partient to get pregnant. Stage 3 has high infertility risk and should improve with proper surgical and hormonal treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
2 weeks post-lap for endometriosis. How much pain should I be having? Can adenomyosis be diagnosed in a laparoscopy?
Diagnosed w/ stage 4 endometriosis in 2010. Had a laparoscopy in 2010 & a laparotomy in 2011. My ultrasounds are clear but still have pain (sometimes debilitating). Should I have another laparoscopy?
Hormone suppression: Laparoscopy and laparotomy will be sufficient to get rid of adhesions and masses in the belly, however surgery will never get rid of the route cause of your endometriosis which is the presence and production of estrogen. You would need to remove both ovaries or be placed on medications to suppress your hormones to see effects on the endometriosis. Lupron injections. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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