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... treatment on steroids! But sadly, that's common when it comes to female organ removal. ... (9 replies)
... Yes, you can still get cysts on your ovaries. Unless you've gone through menopause, your body is still cycling, just not bleeding. ... (4 replies)
... Before hysterectomy and I would get them, there was the hope that I only had to go a couple weeks and when my period came that usually did the trick.. ... (4 replies)

... The risk of developing ovarian cysts will most definitely remain as long as your ovaries are there. Cysts will go away by regressing back into your ovaries. They grow at the beginning of your cycle and then regress as you get close to your "period". ... (4 replies)
... Hi Need healing, I had a hysterectomy 2 years ago and was wondering the same thing since I have had two Laproscopies for complex ovarian cysts and have had loads that didn't need to be removed, so I have been surprised that I haven't had any (they left my ovaries). Well that is, until now. I just started getting that familiar pain. So I'm thinking it is. I don't know what... (4 replies)
... Had hysterectomy 2 years ago and kept ovaries..I feel like I have a cyst on one of them since I had a few of them before hysterectomy.. ... (4 replies)
... About 13 weeks ago I had a laparscopic hysterectomy where they removed my uterus and cervix. ... (2 replies)
... I had a tubal in 1992 when my daughter was a year old.then in 03 i had a hysterectomy but my cervix was left..I also tried bc pills because i kept getting cysts on my ovaries .I actually lost one of my ovaries before going on the pill.. ... (8 replies)
... no thank you. My gynae did not suggest it again. he did mention having the ovaries removed if it happened again. ... (2 replies)
... I know this sounds crazy since you've had a hysterectomy but birth control pills are usually pretty effective for keeping ovarian cysts from forming. ... (2 replies)
... Ovarian cysts can cause abnormal or breakthrough bleeding. They can usually be removed via cystectomy which preserves ovarian tissue and its lifelong hormonal production. ... (8 replies)
... cm cyst on my left surveyed is causing a partial blockage of my ureter. ... (3 replies)
... Hi! Id like to ask all this question..has anyone else had recurring painful ovarian cysts after a partial hysterectomy? ... (3 replies)
... The thing that may trigger certain important changes would most likely be removal of the ovaries as these regulate hormones including estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. ... (1 replies)
... Woman" after I get a hyster? ... (1 replies)
... I had a partial hysterectomy. At the time my ovaries had cysts on them the doctor said they would go away and I should keep them for the hormones. ... (3 replies)
... Heres my story...I have always had a retroverted uterus which causes some dicomfort. 3 years ago, I began getting ovarian cysts that caused extreme pain. ... (3 replies)
... I could not disagree more with what you are saying. I, too, was in the emergency room with horrendous pain early last month. After doing vaginal ultrasound they siad that there were two cysts on each ovary but it didn't look like the ovaries were twisted. ... (19 replies)
... i am 40 and have been diagnosed with pcos for about 7 years with symptoms for about 15 years. i am developing fibroids in the uterus and have monthly cysts on my ovaries from the metformin. my pcp is behind me if i would like to get a total hysterectomy. ... (3 replies)
... i had a partial hysterectomy and kept my cervix and ovaries. that was a few years ago. Over the last 4 years I keep getting complex cysts on only my right ovary. I was told I could think about getting the ovary removed , but most docs won't touch me when it comes to abdominal surgery. ... (5 replies)

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