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Serving My Left Ovary an Eviction Notice by Brandi & Shelton K. Posted Sat 10 Mar 2012 10:01pm You heard me. Pack your cysts, and your pain, and your $500 sonograms and leave. Don’t let my belly button hit you on the way out. So here’s the deal, I’m having my left ovary removed on Tuesday, March 13. I’m totally OK with it. In fact, if we could have done it yesterday I’d have rearranged my schedule. It’s not emergent, but it is ... Read on »
I ♥ My Left Ovary by Becky@DaybyDay Posted Wed 08 Apr 2009 12:00am I do not ♥ my right ovary. It is tucked back in a way that makes viewing it via ultrasound very uncomfortable. And as I remember it, my left ovary was my "producer" last IVF cycle. My right ovary would hurt more so I would always think more was happening with it, but the ultrasound would reveal it was just playing tricks on me. Enough about my o ... Read on »
In Pain by Joy .. Posted Thu 16 Sep 2010 7:13pm So I'm having some pains. This would be the third day. I am thinking a cyst on my left ovary so I've taken Tylenol and I'm heading to bed really early in just a few minutes. It's just really frustrating to me. I have been fine up until that first period and now it feels like things are flaring back up again. I've tried to look up prevention of ... Read on »
Diminished Ovarian Reserve, First Time IVF: Low Estradiol (E2) Levels During IVF Stim Cycle by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Sat 26 Mar 2011 11:12am Question: K. from NYC: So, I took your advice and immediately wasted no time, and moved directly to IVF (in vitro fertilization). Dx: DOR (diminished ovarian reserve) @ age 35, one previous live birth 2 years ago, natural conception, (baby came from left ovary) after 12 months of trying @ 32 years old. My rece ... Read on »
Previous Ectopic, Left Salpingectomy, Painful HSG: Can I Still Get Pregnant? by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Sat 06 Aug 2011 10:27am Question Dear Dr. Ramirez, Approximately 8 years ago, after the birth of my first child, I had an IUD (copper T) inserted. About 6 months later, I lost the thread,and went back to the medical practice for it to be removed and replaced, but was told that losing the thread wasn't a threat. Anyway, 2 more months later, I had an ectopic pregn ... Read on »
U.K. Infertility Patient Had Four Fibroids Removed, Now Has Pain Upon Ovulation - Ovarian Adhesions? by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Fri 02 Apr 2010 12:00am Question: Hi Dr. Ramirez, I am a 28 year old lady who has been trying to conceive for 18 months. I had an ectopic pregnancy last June, but thank God both tubes are still intact as I was diagnosed early. I decided to have a laparoscopy in February 2010 to find out what is wrong and my doc took out 4 fibroids ... Read on »
Ovaries by findingeve Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 May 2011 12:00am Today, I tackle a body part upon which I consider myself to be somewhat of an expert. Had my left ovary behaved years ago, I would not be typing this today–and I would still have both ovaries. Speaking with other women, it becomes obvious very quickly that we tend to know very little about our ovaries.  Hopefully, I will shed some light o ... Read on »
Ovaries by findingeve Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 May 2011 3:35pm Today, I tackle a body part upon which I consider myself to be somewhat of an expert. Had my left ovary behaved years ago, I would not be typing this today–and I would still have both ovaries. Speaking with other women, it becomes obvious very quickly that we tend to know very little about our ovaries.  Hopefully, I will shed some light on this ... Read on »
Unusual Tumors in the Ovary by CancerTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm ANNOUNCER: Friends used to tease Irene Wall, for quick reaction to alcohol at parties. IRENE WALL: I was having flushing, which of course is one of the signs for carcinoid. I thought it was just when I was anxious, or if I had a drink my face would get red, my arms. I thought that was a normal thing, but obviously it's not. ANNOUNCER: Carci ... Read on »
Severe pelvic pain -- makes me empathic again. by Diana .. Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 10:00pm I thought ideally (but I knew otherwise from actual knowledge) that a hysterectomy would take care of endometrial growths around the pelvic cul-de-sac, on the bowel and bladder, etc. Well, I know that since they left an ovary in for me that I was opening my life up to endometriosis again at some point in the future ... but I always hoped I would b ... Read on »