My mother had cervical cancer at the age of 43, a surgeon performed salpingo- oophorectomy, are there long term side effects after such procedure?

?????? Your? Makes no sense, if your mother had cervical cancer most likely she had either a cervical cone if it had not spread or a hysterectomy, if she had a hysterectomy then the surgeon may have also removed tubes and ovaries, but removing tubes and ovaries has nothing to do with cancer of the cervix, but is often done at the time of hysterectomy.

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Hi doctor, Actually my mother in law is planning to have a total hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo oophorectomy. When can she travel to IND- AUS?

Travel after surgery. This should be covered by her surgeon at the time of discharge for the surgery. It will depend on how quickly she heals and is able to resume normal activities without pain or fatigue... usually several weeks.