What are possible reasons for a monthly period after having a bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy? Haven't been on hormone replacement for about 8 months and surgery was 13 months ago.

The only "good" reason is not a good reason: there's ovarian remnant, some ovary left behind. There's no other logical reason for "a monthly period." The alternative is bleeding of other causes (not a real period) and that's bothersome too. You need for sure to be evaluated by a good OBG soon, don't wait. Good wishes.

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Is getting my period 6 years after a bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy normal (possible)? Because it has just happened.

No menses. Should be occurring. Bleeding of that nature needs an evaluation. Read more...
Depends. If you haven't had a period for 6 years ten you need to see your GYN. Read more...
Need More Info. Are you taking hormone replacement therapy? If so, yes, you can get a period. If you are not taking any hormones, you should not be getting a period. Please see a doctor. . Read more...

I have been advised to have a bilateral salpingo oophorectomy, I have read a lot of negative health issues and shortened life span, is this true?

It depends. It depends on your age and the reason for the surgery. It may actually increase your life span.You need to discuss your concerns with the surgeon and get a second opinion if you are still unsure. Best of wishes. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy?

See below. Removal of uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes and ovaries through an abdominal incision. If you are a candidate and do not have cancer, you may be able to have your hysterectomy done robotically and laparoscopically. These methods usually have a shorter recovery time. Read more...
Hysterectomy . This means that the uterus, both tubes, and both ovaries are being removed through an abdominal incision. Read more...

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. Read more...