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Hello I am a 41 year old women who had a partial hysterectomy in 2008 leaving my ovaries intact. In 2010 due to pain, my surgeon removed some scar tissue and a did a general "clean up". I have felt ...

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I am scheduled for a partial hysterectomy and oophorectomy , leaving my cervix behind. The reason ... the surgery to leave my ovaries and only remove the uterus, because I think it may be the adenomyosis causing ...

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Hi. I am a 53 year old woman whe is 3 months post op for a partial 11th rib removal. ( previous non union fracture with resulting constant pain). I have a 6" incision. 2 days ago, I noticed a large, hard ...

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Is my knuckle wound reopened? Yesterday I got two stitches in my knuckle removed (they were ... removed the stitches and put a bandage over the knuckle. He said to remove the bandage the next day (today ...

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I just trust him? Also what side effects does partial uvula removal entail? ...Hi, I have a small growth on my uvula and I am due to have surgery to have it removed, the DR said ...

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Good afternoon. The question is not about me but my niece. I am not clear and am hoping for guidance. Tomorrow she is having a partial cervix removal. From what I understand she ...

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. Pain on the right side and under my right side of my rib has pain. I have had my Gallbladder removed and Appendix remived. I m not pregnant either had partial hysterectomy. What do you think it might be? ...

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hickups and spasms in my side from my under my arm... rib area and towards my back mostly my right ... abdominal surgery to remove some left over fallopian tube and staples which I was told by the GYN surgeon ...

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possible remove some of it so its not hanging from my teeth? ...

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My Gall Bladder partially distended. An adherent ecogenic focus measuring 4mm seen in the posterior ... sort of pain as on date. Please guide me for removing the polyps and calculi. Thanks ...

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to operate again and remove her partial intestine, there was no sign of cancer in any test other than ...last year my wife was went through a surgery for appendix cancer, that appendix was removed ...

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if it was still attached. It is partially detached and hurts all the way into my nail bed. I am afraid to pull on it seeing as I don t know how far down it is detached. Should I go and have the toenail removed? Or should I ...

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I have what feels like a knot in my throat after partial thyroid removal due to a growth - the growth was not cancer and I did not have this before surgery - however, I do have acid reflux. The doctor ...

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hello. my gastroenterologist is having a difficult time removing a large flat polyp from my ascending colon. She told me that I may have to have part of my colon removed in order to get rid ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi, Thank you for posting your query. These are incidental findings and may not have much clinical significance. These should be correlated to your symptoms. I hope it helps. Please get back if you require any additional information. Best wishes, Dr Sudhir Kumar MD (Internal Medicine), DM (Neurology) Senior Consultant Neurologist Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad, My personal URL on this website: http://bit.ly/Dr-Sudhir-kumar My blog: http://bestneurodoctor.blogspot.com/

doctor1 MD

Yes, it has to be removed immediately, otherwise there is a risk of infection.

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It is better to get it removed