How invasive is a surgery to remove a nine centimeter ovarian cyst?
I have had an ovarian cyst before removed, but now mine is nine centimeters. I was informed we will have to remove it, and you can't remove it laproscopically like we did the others. So I know they will make a larger incision. I'm just curious how long the recovery time truly is.
Depending upon your surgery and your personal immune system, they say it usually takes six to eight weeks recovery time. I had this years ago, it was done in the same manor, I felt good after eight weeks but it took me six months to feel really well. Hope your surgery goes well for you. Blessings.
by Duran123 7 years ago
I went to the doctor and i got told i had an ovarian cyst, thing is i have had it for 7 months...now and absolutly no pain just discomfort... They want to do surgery what other options do i have? Thanks
by Angela Michelle Schultz 5 years ago
What is the difference symtpom-wise of a benign ovarian cyst and ovarian cancer?I have nine centimeter cyst and I'm trying to find out if its possibly ovarian cancer, because I don't see my doctor until next Thursday. I try to find the differences in the symptoms, but I have not been successful...
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