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An oophorectomy is surgery to remove one or both of your ovaries. Your ovaries are reproductive glands that make hormones to control your menstrual cycle and promote bone and heart health. Ovaries also contain and help grow eggs that can lead to pregnancy. People assigned female at birth have two ovaries, one on each side of their pelvis. An oophorectomy is most commonly performed to treat a disease or reduce your risk of developing certain cancers.

Ooph! And they’re gone.

An oophorectomy benefits people who have specific medical conditions or diseases, or people who are at higher risk of developing ovarian cancer. Getting an oophorectomy can treat or minimize symptoms of these diseases or conditions, and prevent ovarian cancer in certain high-risk individuals.

A hysterectomy is a procedure to remove your uterus. Your uterus is where a baby grows during pregnancy and where blood and tissue are shed during your menstrual period. A hysterectomy is often performed at the same time as an oophorectomy. An oophorectomy is a procedure to remove one or both ovaries.

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Needing to remove an ovarian cyst is the most common reason for having an oophorectomy. A cyst can cause symptoms such as pain, bloating, pressure on your bowel or bladder, and sometimes tiredness. An oophorectomy should improve your symptoms.

Your gynaecologist will make a small cut, usually on or near your belly button, so they can insert an instrument in your abdominal cavity to inflate it with gas (carbon dioxide). They will make 2 to 3 small cuts on your abdomen so they can insert tubes (ports) into your abdomen. Your gynaecologist will insert surgical instruments through the ports along with a telescope so they can see inside your abdomen and perform the operation.

An oophorectomy is an operation to remove one of or both your ovaries. An ovarian cyst is the most common reason for having an oophorectomy. It is also performed to treat problems such as a twisted ovary and to remove the risk of developing ovarian cancer.

Surgical menopause is removal of both ovaries (bilateral oophorectomy) before the normal menopause and is commonly performed at the time of hysterectomy for benign (non cancerous) disease, most commonly for heavy menstrual bleeding or fibroids.

For all three types of hysterectomy, the ovaries can be removed or preserved. The ovaries are separate organs to the uterus and cervix, and the surgery to remove ovaries is called an oophorectomy. If the fallopian tubes are removed too, this procedure is called salpingo-oophorectomy.

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Hi, I also had a unilateral salingo opherectomy on October 16th, so very similar timing to yourself. I have severe back issues and have had 8 spinal surgeries. My cyst was found very left field as it was picked up on an MRI for my back. Fortunately my consultant referred me straight away, but I had been surprised as I didn't think I'd had any symptoms, regular periods, no pain, other than considerable back and pelvic pain but I've had Si joint fusions. I had a couple of weeks of worry as a further scan showed it was a complex cyst around 7cm. The CA125 came back normal and following surgery it has been sent off for testing, although the oncologist/gynaecologist that I was referred to doesn't think it is likely to be sinister. I'm seeing him next week as I will find out the results then. I did have keyhole but they had to extend one incisions as the cyst was large so have a vertical cut form my belly button around 7cm so is a cross between full open surgery and keyhole. I have found that I felt better this last week, but still get wiped out really easily. My belly button scar burns now I think it's the nerves healing but also pulls particularly if I am a little more active. I did get my period after 2 weeks which was due and was pretty normal, but have started to experience hot flushes the last 3 days. There again this is my third surgery this year and also found after previous surgeries I started to get hot flushes around this time so am not sure if it is a reaction to the anaesthetic. I'm due to start back at work next week and am a little worried as I am definitely not up to driving in rush hour, sitting upright all day if I am at a desk, standing to deliver training or driving around to visit various locations. I am wondering about working from home as I have been doing work from home anyway and do want to go back as I really enjoy my job, but just feel too wiped out yet and still need codeine although my back is really playing up at the moment too.

We sound pretty similar, I've also started laundry etc but can't do activities that involve bending like mopping and hoovering. I've been sat upright most of today working and am now suffering with pretty bad abdominal pain, but I think sitting in this position has tired the muscles ( if there are any left&#128516. I understand the internal healing, things do pull and feel strange inside. I'm still having the hot flushes although hope they lessen. My consultant has asked me to keep a diary of symptoms and will follow up in the New Year. He's also keeping an eye on the endometriosis but doesn't want to do anything at the moment, I definitely agree !

Mine was also a dermoid cyst on my left hand side and was removed intact. Thankfully the CA 125 tumour marker and biopsy came back as benign which was a relief. I didn't think I had symptoms although my oncologist/gynaecologist and my orthopaedic consultant both think the pain contributed to my spinal and hip pain. I do bloat up although am not sure this is definitely related to this condition I thought it was possibly a food intolerance. Apparently there was endometriosis too, although again I was unaware as my cycle is regular, I don't have painful periods and not particulately heavy, so am very lucky considering this was found on the cyst he removed and also on my uterus.

I started to get hot flushes at week 3 and was pretty bad week 3-5, but they do seem to be easing now. My period came at the right time 2 weeks post op, but am now late with my next one so amnot sure what is happening there. Your comment re jet washing the insides is an excellent description and does sun up what it feels like. This has eased too, although I needed a larger incision as well as they lap cuts, so this scar is burning and when I do too much my insides do seem to pull and I start to hunch over. It is early days Yor you, take it slowly, be knind to yourself and rest, I hoovered for the first time this weekend (my husband and mum have been hoovering, I've not left the house in a mess), and again whilst it felt okay at the time I knew about it that night and the next day. I'm still not doing any lifting yet and wouldn't be able to push a shopping trolley, I guess every cloud .....

i just recently had my unilateral salpingo oophorectomy done on July 20, 2018. i am currently 6 days post op, and i am still in a considerable amount of pain and now a new symptom showed up, stomach spasms and they hurt like h***. plus my stomach is cramping like crazy too, i started my period the very next day after surgery and it just ended today, but my period was also 11 days early.

I don't know if the spasms and cramps are symptoms of the surgery or not, but i do know that it hurts, and i am out of my hydrocodones that they gave me. they only lasted a few days and my ob/gyn won't prescribe me anything else for the pain either. they don't seem to be too worried about me honestly. my first follow up appointment isn't until August 29, 2018. why does she want me to wait so long for my first follow up?? That doesn't make any sense to me at all really for me to wait the whole 6 weeks before she will see me for the first time after surgery. I thought that she would see me next week and then again 4 weeks after that, but no.

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