ovary and fallopian tube removal recovery time

Ovarian and Fallopian Tube Surgery | Gynaecology Molloy

Ovarian and Fallopian Tube Surgery. The fallopian tube and ovary are well situated in the pelvis and nearly all operations for nonmalignant problems of these organs can be best done using the laparoscopic approach. The operations are called adnexal surgery and include: Ovarian cystectomy – Removal of an ovarian cyst with preservation of the ovary

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Recovery post ovarian cyst and ovary removal Follow Open surgery removal of ovary and tube. Everyone is different but took me 13wks to get back to work physically and emotionally. But me oh my, I wasn’t prepared for the potential long recovery time. I hope you continue to improve. Thanks again Report Reply . tracy30113 drkensdeb. Posted

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Salpingo-Oophorectomy – procedure, recovery, blood, tube

This procedure is commonly combined with a hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus); the ovaries and fallopian tubes are removed in about one-third of hysterectomies. Until the 1980s, women over age 40 having hysterectomies routinely had healthy ovaries and fallopian tubes removed at the same time.

Ovary & Fallopian Tube Removal | CU Gynecologic Surgeons

An oophorectomy includes removal of one or both ovaries and may be performed at the same time as a hysterectomy; Bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy procedure removes both sets of ovaries and fallopian tubes. A unilateral salpingo-oophorectomy removes one of the ovaries and the connected fallopian tube. Ovary & fallopian tube removal side

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Removal Of Ovary Recovery Time. Angelina Jolie has ovaries fallopian tubes removed amid cancer risk Surgery For Endometriosis And Ovarian Cyst Removal: TIPS And RECOVERY!!.If you are about to have surgery to remove an ovarian cyst OR endometriosis clean up, feel free to watch this tutorial for tips and my personal experience!!!

Laparotomy recovery time / removal of ovary/endemetriosis

I had a 17.5 cm cyst removed along with my left ovary and fallopian tube. It took me a while to recover and was pretty much homebound for the first 3 weeks post surgery. I returned to work(I am a teacher) in time to begin the school year.

Wow what brave woman we are. 34 and just had a laparotomy today two weeks ago. Was on holiday and rushed to hospital in Athens for an acute abdominal caused by a raptured corpus luteum cyst. I got to keep all my bits! Also they removed the endometriosis, chocolate cyst of 6cm and mayoma of 8cm. There was no morphine but they did give me pain killer injections total of 3 – over my 4 day stay and had two blood transfusions. I got told I can take Ibuprofen as a painkiller (over the counter drug). Two days ago I have stopped taking painkillers. I am very light headed still and my energy levels are at a minimum, but slowly I am getting more mobile. I make sure I walk everyday – not too much and also make sure I rest enough. My partner is great! I have complete numbness around my cut and a tiny over hang (this is all numb). They say that the feeling might come back over a period of time – did anybody else experience this? The gastro complaints was worst than the surgery and the headaches I had after – I stop taking the iron tablets since it made me constipated and I really don’t need more problems in that area. For the rest I agree on prune juice and nettle tea – it is helping allot! I am back home since last Friday and that made me feel so much better! At least I had amazing travel insurance that covered everything and could bring me back home. Good luck to all of you out there and yes this is a very helpful trail – one doesn’t feel alone! Not such a good read I agree for pre op!Wow what brave woman we are. 34 and just had a laparotomy today two weeks ago. Was on holiday and rushed to hospital in Athens for an acute abdominal caused by a raptured corpus luteum cyst. I got to keep all my bits! Also they removed the endometriosis, chocolate cyst of 6cm and mayoma of 8cm. There was no morphine but they did give me pain killer injections total of 3 – over my 4 day stay and had two blood transfusions. I got told I can take Ibuprofen as a painkiller (over the counter drug). Two days ago I have stopped taking painkillers. I am very light headed still and my energy levels are at a minimum, but slowly I am getting more mobile. I make sure I walk everyday – not too much and also make sure I rest enough. My partner is great! I have complete numbness around my cut and a tiny over hang (this is all numb). They say that the feeling might come back over a period of time – did anybody else experience this? The gastro complaints was worst than the surgery and the headaches I had after – I stop taking the iron tablets since it made me constipated and I really don’t need more problems in that area. For the rest I agree on prune juice and nettle tea – it is helping allot! I am back home since last Friday and that made me feel so much better! At least I had amazing travel insurance that covered everything and could bring me back home. Good luck to all of you out there and yes this is a very helpful trail – one doesn’t feel alone! Not such a good read I agree for pre op!Just thought I would write in having returned from my laparotomy a couple of days ago – I read this forum before I went in and it totally freaked me out! On the day of the op to remove the ovarian cyst and the endometrioma, i was also told that I would have to have bladder reconstruction surgery as well (the endometriosis have worked its way into my bladder, blocked my left ureter and has caused one of my kidneys to fail) which was completely unexpected. I was in theatre for a total of 3.5 hours and had a few complications but when I woke up, my surgeons had done a good job – my wound was sewn up from the inside which means I cant see any of the stitches, bloating was at a minimum and generally, all is good. The only bad part was the horrible nausea which followed which baffled everyone since I stopped taking morphine the day after the op and NONE of the anti-sickness medication worked. After 4 days of not being able to move or talk without retching my gynaecologist decided to take me off antibiotics, which luckily stopped the sickness! The nausea was definately worse than any pain or discomfort after the op! I was in hospital a total of 9 days. Anyway, the point is, everyone has a different reaction to the surgery and its impossible to say what may affect you. I had no constipation (actually I had diarrhea!) so my prune juice which I bought especially for the op after reading this, has yet to be drunk! Im still a bit bloated but not unusually and the wound is clean and healing. Im back at the hospital on thursday for a cystogram to check my bladder is healing so fingers crossed. Good luck for anyone going through the laparotomy! Just stay positive and have faith in your surgeons!Hi, I am 31 years old and i suffer from PCOS, Polips I had my surgery done yesterday at the St.Joseph Hospital in Toronto.. The day of the surgery I went to the St. Joseph Hospital the nurse gave me a pill to relax before the surgery then I got the chance to meet all the doctors and nurses.. One of the nurses took me to the operating room then they pull my gown off attached the heart monitor, injected ivi, put a warm blanket and gave me an oxygen mask. Next thing I knew I walk up in the recovery room.. I could bearly talk as my throat was soar i also wanted to pee but I couldn’t then they game me pain medication.. after about an hour they took me in to the other room and then my husband was allowed to come and join me. About 20 min later a nurse came to check me and then also the doctor came to tell us what they have found.. I told my husband to write everything down The doctor gave me two pain killers, gravol and stool softner.. I did not need to take anything all I took was on the second day tylenol for pain as I was suffering from gas pain in my upper diaphram and shoulders and neck.. Yesterday all I ate was jello and cookies today I had tacos and rice pudding and so far so good..I have been looking for some answers in regards to laproscopic surgery and thankfully I found this site. I am a 52 year old woman and had been suffering from back pain since October. I have perineural cysts on my spine and thought this was the problem. In December I began to have a burning pain in my pelvic area front and back with swelling/bloating in my abdomin. My feet were also numb which I’m guessing is related to the perineural cyst. An ultrasound revealed cysts on my left ovary and I had laproscopic surgery done 12 days ago to remove them. After surgery I found out my left ovary was also removed. I am getting back on my feet and recovering from the surgery but I still have the bloating in my abdomin and yes it’s exactly how most of you have describedI look pregnant. And the burning pain in my pelvic area and back is still there along with the numb feet. I have been so worried about this because it feels as if nothing has been resolved. I don’t know if this is normal or not. I have been feeling so depressed and anxious about this. I am grateful to have found this site and to have been able to read about so many different experiences but so far I haven’t read anything specifically about continuing pain in the pelvic area. I’m not sure if I should be concerned. I will see my Dr. and ask next week but when I asked him before he told me that abdominal swelling/bloating had nothing to do with cysts and that it would be something to do with IBS. I haven’t had any problems with my bowels even after surgery so I’m not sure what to think. Has anyone else experienced anything similar? Thank goodness for this list! And good luck for anyone dealing with this!Wish I had read this before my laparoscopy two weeks ago I am finally able to be back at work for about four hoursthen I get really tired. Thought I would be back after 4-5 dayswhat a joke! Had an cyst and ovary+tube removed and still have endometriosis lesions my doctor couldn’t remove on my intestines so I’m not sure if crampy feelings are bowel contractions or endometriosis or inside healing or what! Horrible three day long headache and fatigue are finally gonenow I’m slightly depressed from all of this. It’s taken the wind out of my sail.. Now on continuous BC pills to prevent any menstrual cycle.other option was Lupron injections which scared the heck out of me.. I will never take advantage of my health and strength againI am listening to my body and trying not to rush the healing process. Patience..I had my left tube and ovary removed because I had a twin ectotpic pregnancy. I am 4 weeks post op, and I wish I had read all of this pre op. (Was rushed to hospital in ambulance) Just before surgery, doc told me full recovery could be expected in 2 weeks. NOT! I was in surgery for 3 hours. After the anesthetic wore off, there wasn’t alot of pain. When I had to get up and out of bed, the pain tore through me like a fire. I was discharged the next day. 6 days post op the doc took the staples out my belly. Incision is healing nicely. As soon as I was home, I phoned my aunt, who had this operation done before. She gave me this advice for care after surgery: First week: stay on your back on the couch. do not lay on your side or stomach, stay on your back. Eat lightly. Don’t be a hero; if it hurts take a pill. Do not get up except for bathroom breaks, showers and eating. Avoid using your tummy muscles; use your arms and legs instead. It’s normal if it hurts to pee. Drink warm prune juice to help with regular BMs. For gas: Lay flat on your back. Bring your knees up and your feet as close to your bum as possible; do it 3 times. Then lay flat and straight, and relax your anus. Don’t try to push it out, it comes out on its own.(NEVER believed this, but it worked!!) Second week: Get up during the day, walk a bit. very light exercise will help your body(walking or shuffling around the house) Yuo’re starting to feel better, so don’t screw it up by overdoing it. Lay around and watch the world go by. No chores, laundry or dishes. Third week: Now you are really feeling better, start with really light housekeeping. ie: wash dishes once, fold one load of laundry, a few small things like that every day. DO NOT OVERDO IT. You will pay for it dearly the next day. Pace yourself, and make sure you get alot of rest still. Fourth week: Start slowly doubling what you did last week, but still taking time to rest. I am in my fourth week, and am still having a 2 hour nap every afternoon. Still no lifting, but you can start bending, but do it slowly. I hope this helps someone out there, because my doc told me nothing. I have a muffin top now. Does that go away?I had my left tube and ovary removed because I had a twin ectotpic pregnancy. I am 4 weeks post op, and I wish I had read all of this pre op. (Was rushed to hospital in ambulance) Just before surgery, doc told me full recovery could be expected in 2 weeks. NOT! I was in surgery for 3 hours. After the anesthetic wore off, there wasn’t alot of pain. When I had to get up and out of bed, the pain tore through me like a fire. I was discharged the next day. 6 days post op the doc took the staples out my belly. Incision is healing nicely. As soon as I was home, I phoned my aunt, who had this operation done before. She gave me this advice for care after surgery: First week: stay on your back on the couch. do not lay on your side or stomach, stay on your back. Eat lightly. Don’t be a hero; if it hurts take a pill. Do not get up except for bathroom breaks, showers and eating. Avoid using your tummy muscles; use your arms and legs instead. It’s normal if it hurts to pee. Drink warm prune juice to help with regular BMs. For gas: Lay flat on your back. Bring your knees up and your feet as close to your bum as possible; do it 3 times. Then lay flat and straight, and relax your anus. Don’t try to push it out, it comes out on its own.(NEVER believed this, but it worked!!) Second week: Get up during the day, walk a bit. very light exercise will help your body(walking or shuffling around the house) Yuo’re starting to feel better, so don’t screw it up by overdoing it. Lay around and watch the world go by. No chores, laundry or dishes. Third week: Now you are really feeling better, start with really light housekeeping. ie: wash dishes once, fold one load of laundry, a few small things like that every day. DO NOT OVERDO IT. You will pay for it dearly the next day. Pace yourself, and make sure you get alot of rest still. Fourth week: Start slowly doubling what you did last week, but still taking time to rest. I am in my fourth week, and am still having a 2 hour nap every afternoon. Still no lifting, but you can start bending, but do it slowly. I hope this helps someone out there, because my doc told me nothing. I have a muffin top now. Does that go away?I have just had my 5th laporoscopy for endometriosis 4 weeks ago and I am still exhausted and have pain on my right side. My previous 4 surgeries weren’t as hard to recover from- i was back at work within 2 weeks.I have learnt however, that every surgery has been different and this one is going to take much longer to recover from. I had expected to have my bowel ‘unstuck’ from my uterus but when the surgeon( an endo specialist) went in he found ovaries and ureters and tubes were also attached. When he came to explain what he found, he said to remember that the small incisions we can see are only entry points – what you can’t see is the ‘large saucer size wound’ that is on the inside. He said that laporoscopy isn’t a simple procedure when you get inside – the same amount of internal work is carried out regardless of whether it is open surgery or not! So give yourselves a break and don’t listen to unqualified secretaries or other people who say recovery should be days. Maybe if you’re are young, very fit and all they did was have a look around!I had laproscopy and salpino-fallopian tube removed and while im no stranger to pain n surgery (two csections incl) this is kicking my butt n the doc wont give me any more pain meds. Its only been 8 days! the ibprofun doesnt even take the edge off 🙁

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