Ovarian cyst surgery can cause vaginal infection?

Unlikely. Only way this could happen is if the vaginal infection has migrated to the ovaries and is causing an ovarian abscess.

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Ultrasound shows I have an ovarian cyst, 5cm, a thick septation, small amount of cul-de-sac fluid, tumor, infection. Is this ok? Wanna avoid surgery.

As long. As there are no findings worrisome for ovarian cancer it is reasonable to follow this cyst with an ultrasound in 3 months. Cancers tend to have soft tissue parts in addition to the cystic areas. They may also have increased blood flow compared to cysts. Best to discuss this with your doctor. Read more...

What internal infection can you get after keyhole surgery to remove ovarian cyst?

Hematoma. In general a hematoma after surgery could become infected with any number of bacteria. Okay to ask your surgeon for details in your case. Okay to get an appointment to see your surgeon. Ask about culture, culture results and antibiotics. Good luck. Read more...

Can we do vaginal surgery for ovarian cyst?

Yes, but limited. Doing a ovarian cyst operation through the vagina involves a colpotomy(incision in the back of the vagina) and provides a portal to see the ovaries with limited visibility for ovarian cyst drainage. Read more...

Keep getting hot spells after keyhole surgery to remove ovarian cyst, 1 week post op, shall I go to the doctors? What type of infection can this be?

See the doctor. Asap. This may be a postoperative infection that could make you very ill very quickly if present. Hopefully this will only be a minor problem, but you do not want to be guessing about this. Go and get seen and do not delay. Hope you are better soon. Read more...

Hot spells, stomach pains and lightheadedness after keyhole surgery to remove ovarian cyst, what infection could this be?

See your doctor . This surgery seems to have bern difficult for you. You have a number very important concern as I have seen various versions of your question asked lately. At this point it's probably best to go ahead and schedule a postop visit with your surgeon and address these concerns face to face. Read more...