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Ovarian Cancer Risk-Reduction Surgery & Ovary Removal | Memorial Sloan Kettering

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MSK gynecologic cancer experts describe surgery to remove the ovaries and fallopian tubes of women at high risk of developing ovarian cancer.

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Let’s say we have a woman who has a BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation. The hot topic is: should she have her ovaries taken out? Talk to me about that.

For patients that have a known genetic mutation, their lifetime risk of developing ovarian cancer is increased substantially. General population-based risk for a woman in this country is 1.7 percent – that is the chance that in her lifetime, at some point, she’ll develop ovarian cancer. For BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutation carriers, that risk can be as high as 40 to 60 percent lifetime risk. That’s huge.

So really, it goes to understanding your family history. If there are triggers, then meet with a genetic counselor to get the genetic testing because that can be so important for family members who are not infected with the disease in terms of what they can do to help protect themselves.

We’ve already talked about how there’s not a very effective screening tool – the best that we have is CA 125 and the pelvic ultrasound. We do recommend that until the completion of childbearing and at that point, we start to have a discussion about prophylactic or preventative removal of the ovaries because of their extraordinary high risk. That does confer about a 90 to 95 percent risk reduction – so it really goes go a long way to decrease one’s risk.
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Histopathology Ovary–Borderline ovarian tumor
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How This 24-Year-Old Finally Discovered She Had Ovarian Cancer | ELLE Out Loud

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When Amanda Kabbabe was 24 years old, she had just moved into her own apartment, was working at her dream job, and was settling into a serious relationship with her boyfriend of three years. And then, a curveball: In October 2017, she was diagnosed with an extremely rare type of cancer called ovarian germ cell cancer.

In this episode of ELLE Out Loud, Amanda shares her journey: from diagnosis, through intense chemotherapy treatment, and the decision she made to freeze her eggs while fighting her disease.

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5 spiritual lessons I learned through healing an ovarian cyst earlier this year

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How I Treat My PCOS Naturally / Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

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Hey Cysters! This is how I treat my PCOS naturally. I have much better periods, an improved cycle, no cysts, improved mental health and the consistency has become a way of life for me. I hope this video helps you on your PCOS journey. You’ve got this!

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Is surgery the only option for a 3cm Ovarian Cyst? – Dr. Nupur Sood

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Ovarian cysts are of various types. There could be simple cysts or a haemorrhagic cyst. Simple cyst usually does not require a surgery and if they are 5 cms or less in size they can be easily treated with medication alone. It is only when the cyst increases in size or it consist of some other components like a haemorrhagic cyst or a dermoid cyst it is only then a surgery needs to be considered.
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Ovarian Cyst Healing Meditation ➤ Reduce Ovarian Cyst Pain ➤ Delta Binaural Beats Sound Therapy

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Ultrasound Video showing the difference between Simple Ovarian Cyst and Hemorrhagic Ovarian Cyst.

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This video shows difference between Simple Ovarian Cyst and Hemorrhagic Ovarian Cyst..
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Ovarian cystectomy for Right Ovarian Cyst

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Ovarian cystectomy for Right Ovarian Cyst
Ovarian cystectomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that uses laparoscopy to remove an ovarian cyst while still preserving the ovary so women can remain fertile.

However, not all women are candidates for ovarian cystectomy, especially if the cyst is very large, the ovary is twisted due to the cyst, or malignancy is suspected. In post-menopausal women, removal of the ovary (oophorectomy) is preferred as the risk of malignancy is greater.

You are likely not a good candidate for a cystectomy if:

You are post-menopausal
Cancer is suspected
Ovarian cyst is very large
Ovary is twisted

Is it possible to conceive after Ovarian Cyst removal? – Dr. Suhasini Inamdar

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Is it possible to conceive after Ovarian Cyst removal? - Dr. Suhasini Inamdar

Ladies who have undergone ovarian cystectomy always have a question will i become pregnant, it is very easy for the women to become pregnant after ovarian cyst, because we just remove the cyst and preserve the ovaries. so ovaries are functioning and she as good as any other lady with two ovaries. Yes she should plan pregnancy whenever she wants to if it is a simple cyst and does not have a problem while removing it like there are no adations and it is not a very huge infected cyst. But if a lady has undergone cyst of endometrioma which is endiometriosis of ovary then she should conceive as early as possible. The treatment modalysis to keep endometrioma in control is pregnancy where in she does’nt ovulate then endometrioma does’nt reoccur. The time frame for endometrioma is pregnancy as early as possible. Otherwise the couple can plan and get pregnant. After the removal of cyst it is not at all difficult to become pregnant because the ovary is not removed it is the cyst wall which is removed. The ovaries are still intact and functioning.
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Laparoscopic Surgery for Torsion of Ovarian Cyst

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Laparoscopic Surgery for Torsion of Ovarian Cyst

This video demonstrates Laparoscopic Surgery for Torsion of Ovarian Cyst by Dr. R.K. Mishra at World Laparoscopy Hospital. Ovarian torsion is when the ovary twists around its stalk. The blood vessels to the ovary are located in this stalk. The twisting cuts off the blood supply to the ovary, causing the ovary to possibly die. The Fallopian tube can also be involved in the twist.
Ovarian torsion is the fifth most common emergency of the female reproductive organs. Sometimes a mass or cyst in the ovary can cause twisting. If the stalk of the ovary is long, it may also lead to torsion. For more detail and training:
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Ultrasound Video showing an early pregnancy with an ovarian cyst.

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This video shows an early pregnancy with an ovarian cyst.
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