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Would You Gain Weight With Having A Complex Ovarian Cyst
Hi gud day. I would like to ask regardng with this result,endometrial mass consider blood clots,left ovarian cyst consider as endometriotic cyst. Thnx?
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
I have a inhomogeneous uterus with 2.6 cm thickening and several presumed cysts. I also have an irregular complicated ovarian cyst should I be concer
I have with a hypoechoic 2.4 lesion, non specific suggestive of hemorrhagic cyst on ovary or endo. I have nausea, weight gain, and pain. Would this be simple or complex? It doesn't say. I have been sent to a gyno but no appt for a while. Thanks
Ultrasound: report must explain the nature of the consistency of the cyst; however, since no massive enlargement or septation is noted, this "sound" like a simple cyst. The ultrasound must be reviewed by your GYN. ...Read more
Should I trust a regular OB GYN to do a Laparoscopic Cystectomy on an 8.4 and 4 cm hypoechoic cystic lesion? Or should I have a gynecologic oncologist do a Laparatomy? Both suspect endometriomas/endometriosis but have different surgery suggestions.
Ans: Endometriosis is diagnosed by exploratory surgery. If this is what is expected why would you need an oncologist? The lesion will go to pathologist who will make the diagnosis for you. So if endometriosis you have no need for oncologist/gynecologist. Both are well trained I am sure in the procedure which is straight forward ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a 8.4cm hypoechoic cystic lesion on my ovary. I saw an obgyn who wants to do a lap cystectomy. An oncologist suggested a laparotomy cystectomy. Which is more recommended? Cyst is complex and possibly endometrioma, hemorhaggic or dermoid.
Lap vs open: A laparoscopic approach is the minimally invasive approach. Open cystectomy is an old school way of doing things. Robotic cystectomy may be an option if your facility has one. I personally like the minimally invasive option of laparoscopy/robotic laparoscopy over open approach. Quicker recovery with the same outcomes if surgically equal at both. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have a patient post menopause with an 8 CM ovarian cyst. No symptoms and looks like a simple cyst. Should it be removed?
Cyst: Even if simple appearing, an 8 cm cyst in a post menopausal woman should be removed. ...Read more
Yes: A cyst will not prevent pregnany unless other reasons are present. ...Read more
Variable: Most cysts dont weigh very much at all but the largest cyst on record was over 300 pounds. ...Read more
If a child is losing some weight, and has a complex cyst being followed by serial ultrasounds, does the weight loss make you start to suspect cancer?
Is Advocare catalyst a safe product? Could it cause women to have ovarian cyst or fibroids? Just worried! want to loose weight and feel energy!
More information?: It is always reasonable to start with a laparoscopy, but information can be gathered pre-operatively to decide if the ovary is more likely to be benign and removable with laparoscopy or malignant and needing laparotomy. Favorable signs include a simple vs. Complex cyst, no fluid in the abdomen, and the values of biochemical markers such as ca-125 and he4. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Postmenopausal woman has complex ovar cyst. If need ovary removed should I have a hysterectomy due to my age of 59 gynoncologist stated ca risk is low?
Depends: If your uterus is not causing any problems it is difficult to recommend removing it. When the ovary is the problem, certainly that should be addressed. There can be reasons to remove the uterus concurrent with other procedures, but your doctor would have to discuss that with you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Besides being overweight. I have polycystic ovaries. Is it true that if i lose weight I'd be able to conceive? Even with polycystic ovaries?
Most likely: A good strategy for increased fertility in pcos patients with excess body weight is to lose a little bit of that weight while possibly simultaneously undergoing medical strategies. It's possible to get pregnant doing just one or just the other, but combined is usually better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
L is an ovarion cyst of 1inch in a post -menopausal woman significant when combined with bloating and constipation as an indicator of possible ovarian cancer?
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