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... I aged horrifically fast after surgery. ... (4 replies)
... This is my first post to this group. I had an ovarian cyst removal surgery 2 months ago. The cyst was of 6cm diameter and was attached to my left fallopian tube.Only the cyst was removed and the tube and ovary were left in tact. ... (5 replies)
... I just reread your post where you said that the cyst was on your fallopian tube and not inside your ovary. Scar tissue may be a definite possibility especially after two months. ... (5 replies)

... The only way to know for sure if your cyst has returned is to have an ultrasound done. Why not contact your doctor and see if you can schedule one to make sure ? ... (5 replies)
... I am with Pickle Eyes on this as I am not too familiar with ovarian cysts. I just wanted to drop by and say WELCOME to the board! We are so happy to have you here with us...hehehe... ... (5 replies)
... Hi Sandy! I don't know much about ovarian cysts or its symptoms, but I'm sure someone will come along who can help. ... (5 replies)
... thanks a lot pickle eyes & melissa....:-) (5 replies)
... which turned out to be ovulation pain .. ... (21 replies)
... You made me feel so much better ! I am so glad everything went smooth for you and you are feeling good ! I will post to you when I get back on Friday after surgery and let you know how I did ! ... (15 replies)
... I was absolutely terrified as it was my first time having general anesthetic and first surgery. I basically went there, had my vitals and stuff monitored and after I spoke with the doctor and anesthesialogist I was given some Verced in my IV and wheeled into the surgical suite. ... (15 replies)
... Most definitely the odds of having an ovarian cyst far outweigh the odds of having ovarian cancer ... by a lot. Ovarian cysts are extremely common and most ovarian cysts are benign growths. ... (4 replies)
... You need to discuss this with her if she is the one doing the surgery. If the cyst is only on one ovary, you absolutely DO NOT have to have the other one out too. ... (26 replies)
... I have been watching a simple fluid filled cyst for over a year and a half now. They found it in September of 2007. ... (7 replies)
... She also thought it was a benign serous cyst and gave me the choice of either having it removed or of watching it. ... (22 replies)
... Your concerns about dental surgery are valid ones and your doctor may recommend that you postpone until after the abdominal surgery. ... (18 replies)
... My gosh you seem to have a host of problems, I am so sorry. Are you seeing a pain management specialist ? ... (10 replies)
... My wife had similar symptoms. She was getting sever pains in gall bladder area. After a lot of tests at the hospital, gall bladder was ruled out and they found a big tumor sitting on the ovary. Her pain went away after the removal of the cyst. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the response. I have been researching information regarding laparscopy, laparotomy, hysterectomies, ovarian cysts, etc. So, thus far, I feel pretty informed, but certainly could always use more info and personal situations. ... (7 replies)
... I have on and off pain and a strange vibrating feeling on the left side. I am also on pain meds for a cerival and lumbar spine problem so it could be hiding more pain. ... (7 replies)
... Since most women with PCOS are anovulatory, it would make sense that there may be an increased risk for ovarian cancer. Endometrial cancer is also an increased risk. However, if you conceived your children without fertility drugs then you may not fall into this category. ... (2 replies)




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