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... Does your doctor feel that there is anything to be concerned about with the solid mass on your ovary? ... (6 replies)
... s today and my Dr said I have a solid mass on my right ovary, fluid filled cyst on my left, scarring on both tubes and adenomyosis. ... (6 replies)
... I'd never even know I had surgery. I've had no hot flashes, no mood swings, nothing. In fact, one benefit has been that my hair is not going grey as fast as it was before. ... (6 replies)

... even told me that even though she didnt know what it is, chances are it's a spot of endo. It's just that the word "tumor" scares me because I have alot of cancer in my family, none have had ovarian though. Guess I'm just being a little paranoid! ... (6 replies)
... This is not to say this happens all the time but my wife's first gyn scared the heck out of us by announcing she was seeing a mass, in this case a solid mass, on her left ovary. She'd used two ultrasound examination 6 weeks apart to verify, at least in her opinion, that the mass. ... (2 replies)
... BSO hysterectomy, just in case. We cant say if the cysts are cancerous or not. ... (14 replies)
... surgeon in the area? ... (3 replies)
... I had a good experience so far. I had a total abdominal hysterectomy. I was out of the hospital in 2 days. ... (38 replies)
... she wanted to know if I still wanted a hysterectomy because if turned out to be cancer after all, they would just have to go back in and do it anyways. I opted for it either way. ... (13 replies)
... agree with Pickle Eyes, get copies of the reports so that you can actually see what the radiologist or gynecologist said. Normally they will describe the growth in detail and give an assessment of whether or not they think it is problematic. ... (11 replies)
... I have just been reading your posts and am at a loss to understand why your doctor wants to do a total hysterectomy and oopherectomy due to an ovarian mass when he thinks that it is NOT cancerous. ... (11 replies)




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