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Discussion in 'All Categories' started by a - Nov 12th, 2011 2:33 am.
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i have left overian cyst last 5yrs, also no issue,
re: cyst by Dr M.K. Gupta - Nov 17th, 2011 8:41 pm
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Dr M.K. Gupta
Dr M.K. Gupta
Dear Madam

Ovarian cysts is a fluid-filled, sac-like structure within an ovary. Laparoscopic surgery is ideal surgery for ovarian cysts. Although here's about 10 % chance it needs doing by open surgery. This is particularly necessary for cases where the cyst is bigger, look suspicious or uterus may also need to be taken out. Once the cyst is took it off is distributed to some pathologist for biopsy who examines the tissue under a microscope to create the final diagnosis regarding the type of cyst present.All ovarian cysts contain a minimum of some fluid. Ovarian cysts form because of different reasons. The most common type is a follicular cyst that contains an egg. Usually, follicular cysts improve on their own in some weeks. Most ovarian cysts in young women are follicular cysts functional cysts that disappear naturally in 1-3 months. Although they can rupture they rarely cause problems. Another kinds of cysts could be unhealthy as well as be cancerous. You have to consult a Gynaecologist regarding this. They may be without any symptoms. However pain in the lower abdomen is easily the most common symptom in these patients. The pain can be from rapid growth and stretching, rupture of the cyst, bleeding in to the cyst, or twisting of the cyst around its pedicle. Most cysts are diagnosed by ultrasound scan, the best idea test for detecting ovarian cysts. Ultrasound scan is painless and causes no harm. You may have a blood test to determine the degree of a protein called Ca 125.

Your doctor may want to do other tests as well. Most of the cysts can be removed by Laparoscopic Surgery (key hole surgery), particularly when they are small , look harmless around the ultrasound. This process is performed under general anesthesia. This will cause minimum pain, reduced hospital stay and early recovery from surgery. A very small incision is created in the lower abdomen just beneath the navel. Co2 gas is pumped in to the abdomen, to inflate it making it easier for the surgeon to see the organs. Through this incision, a laparoscope is inserted which is a thin, lighted tube. The laparoscope is then used to locate the cyst. Once located, a couple of more tiny incisions are created, through which surgical instruments are inserted to get rid of the cyst. The cyst can be removed intact or it may be aspirated and cyst wall can be either excised or ablated. The removed tissue ought to be sent for biopsy. You might remain in a healthcare facility several hours or overnight to recuperate. The anesthetic may cause sleepiness for some time. You might have abdominal pain or discomfort at the incision site, shoulder pain for a few days. You might not be able to urinate right away and could have a catheter a little tube place into your bladder with the urethra (the tube in the bladder to the outside. The cysts can be removed without more extensive abdominal surgery. Open abdominal surgery would involve a larger incision, longer hospital stay and time to recover, and greater discomfort. You're also less likely to build up a kind of scar tissue called adhesions in the abdomen or pelvis. However remember, some cases are suitable just for open surgery.

With regards
M.K. Gupta
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