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Fallopian tube cancer

What is Fallopian tube cancer?

Fallopian tubes serve as a tunnel for the transportation of egg (ovum) from ovaries to uterus. Malignant cancer of fallopian tube is termed as Fallopian Tube Cancer. It can be adenocarcinoma, which is more common, other forms may include leiomyosarcoma and the transitional cell carcinoma.

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I have just been diagnosed with adenomyosis...and im told the only cure is to remove my uterus.. i had hoped to get pregnant this year but having issues with cysts this year and now this deep stabbing pain i just dont know what to do..i will have surgery if this is the only way to get my quality of life back...i will be 45 in sept and although i would love to have a child, i lost my mom at age 53 to fallopian tube cancer and i just dont want to take any chances. please let me know
Hello,
Adenomyosis is a condition where inner wall of uterus called as myometrium,breaks through the muscles of uterus.
It results in severe abdominal cramps before periods and heavy menstrual bleeding.
Treatment of adenomyosis depends upon the the symptoms,their severety and whether you have...
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hi there i went to see the gyno she inserted a thing in my vg and then said i need you in for a endemeterium biopsy dont know how to spell asap shbe took a ca125 test and said my uturus was thick
then i went in for my endimurium biopsy the registar came back when i came round and said my uturus was bulky no fibroids or polyps i will hear up to 6 weeks then next day i went for a scan he said a had a huge gallstone that would explain the pain under my ribs ? and shoulder | whATS EXPLAINING MY LOWER BACK PAIN AND MY SWELLING I LOOK AS THOUGH IM READY TO DROP A BABY I LOOK PREGGERS EVERYDAY IM ALWAYS CONSTIPATED IT DOES NOT MAKE A DIFF I HAVE TRIED LAXATIVES ONCE A WEEK
Hi,

Thanks for the query.

You have provided me with good information.

You have undergone endometrial biopsy and CA 125 and you are awaiting results.

Normally your doctor may suggest a CA 125 test if he is suspecting that you may be having ovarian, endometrial, and peritoneal or fallopian tube cancer...
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Please explain what a Stage 1C means for a tumor on an ovary? This was discovered during a complete hysterectomy?
Brief Answer:
Hi and welcome to HCM

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for the query.
We can consider this as early stage of ovarian cancer so this is good sign. Stage 1c means that cancer was found on both your ovaries and cacner cells are found in intraabdominal fluid, but cancer hasnt not spread to...
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I had an ovary and Fallopian "stumps" (tubes tied 12 yrs ago) removed yesterday. How long until the bloating goes away? He checked liver, gall bladder while he was there. Just uncomfortable!
Hello,

Thanks for writing to us. I am trying to solve your problem.

Can you please tell me why you have to remove ovary and fallopian tube??

Whether it is done for any metastatic carcinoma or you have just undergone abdominal hysterectomy (complete removal of uterus) ??

Giving more information on...
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My wife has a significant fallopian tube cyst. Is there a test to determine beign or malignant?
Brief Answer:
Diagnosis is based on many findings

Detailed Answer:
Hi
Thanks for the query

I understand that your wife has a fallopian tube tumor and it is cystic.

Please remember that most lesions of the fallopian tube are caused due to infections. The tube is blocked and secretions get...
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3 week ago my mother has been admitted in hospital with a ovarian tumour and all the reproductive organs were removed through open surgery. she is 55 yrs old. but in biopsy report it was found that well differrntiated endometrioid adenocarcinoma of right overy-villoglandular pattern-grade 3. i am so get tensed at this report. what will be the right treatment at this moment
HELLO SHOVAN,
Well she has undergone a laparotomy , but i would like to know whether she has undergone a complete staging or not(your doctor can tell that ). Staging laparotomy includes removal of the uterus ,ovaries and few other structures like the pelvic lymphnodes, omentum , appendix, etc...
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Had OB doctor say that I shouldnt need to bleed somewhat heavy during periods, I didn't think it was a big deal. She said you need to keep your blood. She did ultrasound, vaginal one as well. Found fibroid, cyst on ovary and polyps. Said I can choose to have hysterectomy, one ovary removed, all removed, or do D&C and ablation and monitor Cyst for 6 months.

I chose to do D&C and ablation on 2/13/13. 3/1 Ultrasound done again to review after surgery.
Golf ball size cyst on ovary is now somewhat larger since found on first ultrasound on 1/18 and so I need to pick from options again. All out - uterus, ovaries, etc. or just one ovary or some combo of items.

Did CA125 blood test on 1/21/13 and it was elevated, about 44. Have history of ovarian cancer, maternal grandmother. Mom and aunt all removed, hysterectomy, ovaries, etc.

When my 2/13 Surgery was done, she said I had more polyps in my uterus than she has ever seen in thousands of cases.

My follow up ultrasound post surgery shows irregular cyst on ovary a big bigger and now I need to choose surgery options again.

What would your advice be??

Hi,

Thanks for the query.

I went through your detailed history with diligence.

It would be better to opt for hysterectomy with removal of ovarian cyst and perform a frozen section examination of removed sample.

In the presence of some family history of ovarian cancer this seems to be the right...
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I had a cat scan and was wondering what this meant?

Prominent soft tissue fullness in the region of uterine cervix
Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

Can you please tell me why you had the CT scan? What were your symptoms?

Thank you.
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I was uable to complete a pelvic ultrasound transvaginally. Does this affect my operation on my ovaries


Brief Answer:
Depends on the diagnosis.

Detailed Answer:
Dear member,
Thanks for writing to healthcare magic.
The transvaginal ultrasound is only one of the method to assess pelvis.
If you are uncomfortable the transabdominal usg can also achieve similar results without much discomfort.
The tests...
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