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Personally, I would go with the laparoscopy (if you have good coverage) because when a cyst pops it hurts like .... well I am sure you understand what I am trying to say. 
Infertile Patient query - IUI versus laparoscopy ? by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor completed: Showed that my uterus was slightly tilted; Right ovary looked great and easy to find; Left ovary...: Laparoscopy My Dr. things it might be best to do Option 1 which is less invasive and easier. I guess...
Do I need a Laparoscopy? by John David Gordon MD Medical Doctor fertility. However, as IVF technology has improved the need for laparoscopy has dwindled. I explain it to patients in this fashion: If I do a laparoscopy and find significant adhesions (scar tissue...
Question 11. What is a laparoscopy, and do I need one? by John David Gordon MD Medical Doctor percentage of these laparoscopies revealed either no problems or very minimal endometriosis. Over the past 20.... However, some patients still benefit from laparoscopy which leads to today's Question of the Day 11...
Should we still be doing a laparoscopy for infertile women ? by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor When we first started practice , a laparoscopy was considered to be a basic tool in the evaluation of an infertile woman. Laparoscopy was considered to be a major advance , because it allowed...
Malpractice defense: Diagnostic Laparoscopy Resulting in Bowel Injury by David W. Patient Expert Diagnostic Laparoscopy Resulting in Bowel Injury A 46-year-old woman presented with pelvic pain... and a bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (removal of fallopian tubes and ovaries along with uterus and cervix...
Polycystic Ovaries / Ovary Ayuveda and Allopathy by Dr. J. Mariano Anto Bruno M. Medical Doctor . I am 27 years of age and suffering from multiple ovarian cysts in both ovaries. I went to an allopathic... know the side effects and again tell you that there is no side effect Coming to Polycystic Ovaries...
Not that I don't believe you but how do you know that it's your ovaries that are hurting?  Is it both ovaries or just one?  Does the pain come & go?  Or is it constant?  If it comes & goes...
How do you know it's your ovary that's on fire?  Appendicitis & diverticulitis can both be painful... (both are known complications from abdominopelvic surgeries).  Back to your remaining ovary - cysts & torsion...
Sorry, I'm not familiar w/torn ovaries.  Perhaps your doctor meant a "torsed" ovary, as in ovarian torsion.  This is a situation in which the ovary twists on itself and its blood supply.  The pain...

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Diagnosis ... y cysts that may be present. Laparoscopy If your gynecologist ... » Read on
Treatment ... second look surgery', which is carried out in the same way as a laparoscopy. If, after your ch ... » Read on