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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Vaginal and Uterus Health
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Doctor :   Hi
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How can I help you?
User :   hello
User :   im already had subtotal hysterectomy and left salpingo-oophorectomy
Doctor :   Ok

User :   what does prominent right ovary with follicles mean?
Doctor :   Right ovary with follicles within the ovary
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which is indicative of its activity
User :   pls explain more further
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Ok
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I shall
User :   the follicles are inside the ovary?
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Before that tell me which test indicated this
User :   a transvaginal ultrasound last dec.5
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   What was the reason for doing it?

User :   just for a confirmation with what the doctor in my spinal MRI saw
Doctor :   Ok

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What was seen in the MRI?
User :   right hydronephrosis and a solid mass in the ovary
Doctor :   Ok

Doctor :   May I know your age?
User :   but it was done for my spine
User :   27
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and also marital status and fertility?
User :   married has 3 children
User :   i got hysterectomized when i was just 22 years of age
Doctor :   Ok

Doctor :  
Now this is indicative of the glandular activity
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and the follicles develop before producing eggs
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and since you are young, the ovary is active
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and producing the egg
Doctor :  
that is the info from the ovarian follicle
Doctor :   Each month ovar releases a mature egg, known as an oocyte. A follicle is in the stage of a primary oocyte

User :   that mass in my ovary does not go away from the first ultrasound after hysterectomy i was already there
Doctor :   The ovary is active
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and it should be
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it was left their for that purpose
User :   yes but before my left ovary twisted and rupture i already was complaining of right lower abdominal pain
Doctor :   Ok

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When was that?
User :   my left ovary was removed jan. 13,2007
Doctor :  
Ok
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What was commented about the right one?
Doctor :   Now, the follicles are not serious for you to worry

User :   for 6 months now my dysmenorrhea pain came back
Doctor :   Ok

User :   i have spotting
Doctor :  
Ok
User :   my cervix was mistakenly left behind
Doctor :   are you having monthly bleeding?
User :   no im was hysterectomized already
Doctor :  
Ok
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When is this spotting then?
User :   but a little bit of bronish color sometimes
User :   early june
Doctor :   Cervix is not removed in subtotal hysterectomy

Doctor :  
it is better left behind for sexual activity
User :   yes but my doctors keep on telling us that what they did was a total hysterectomy
Doctor :   Ok

User :   so in the ultrasound they call it "stump"
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But it is better left considering your age
User :   yes
User :   but now i hve so many pains
Doctor :   Ok

Doctor :  
But follicles is not of concern
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Should get yourself examined in detail
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by your gynec
User :   for now no gynecologist would accept me especially when they see that i was misdiagnpose before
Doctor :   You should not have that feeling

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they will
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Have faith
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Discuss with them
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and do not doubt them
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