Can you get ovarian cysts after a tubal ligation?

Yes, but. Yes you can although they are almost never related to each other.
Yes. Your ovaries are still fining after a tubal ligation. Cysts will come and go and are part of the normal cycle.

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Postablative syndrome- tubal ligation 17yrs ago. History of ovarian cyst. 2 ablations 4&8yrs ago. Should I get total or partial hyster 45yrs old?

Depends. If you have a family history of ovarian cancer then you should consider having your ovaries removed. If you have menopause symptoms, recurrent cysts or other problems related to your ovaries then you may consider removing your ovaries. This would cause menopause and likely cause some symptoms. Need to have a detailed discussion with your doctor to help you decide what is best.

I was at the Dr. Today for multiple ovarian cysts on both ovaries and the Dr. Talked about tubal ligation as relief for the pain why?

PCOD. You have PCOD. Tubal ligation is for birth control.....no role in pain. Hormonal pills, pregnancy, Metfomin will help resolve cysts......there by pain. You will need pain control in the mean time. Your age parity status will clarify further.

If you've had a tubal ligation (cut and burnt) then develop a fimbrial cyst. Will the cyst be reoccurances and could it be corrected with a reversal

No need for concern. If you have no pelvic /abdominal pains or other troublesome symptoms, there's no real need for concern. Practically all "fimbrial cysts" or peritoneal, paratubal paraovarian inclusion cysts are benign and require no surgical removal unless they cause symptoms.

I had a Tubal ligation about 6 years ago. In the last week I've noticed a large painful to touch cyst along my tubes. Will this go away? I've had the

See your OB-GYN. Sometimes pregnancies occur even if you have had tubaligation. While this is rare, you need to be examined to determine the cause of your problem.

I read somewhere that a tubal ligation (which I've had) can lower ovarian cancer risk. Is this true? No fam history of ovarian cancer.

Cancer risk. Along with ovarian cancer there is another less know cancer called fallopian tube cancer. Gynecologist now remove the entire segment of fallopian tube during a hysterectomy and often at time of cesarean section to decrease this risk.