Monthly Archives: January 2010
What types of tests are needed for tubal reversal preoperatively? These tests are needed to assess the preoperative condition of the patient. These blood analysis are compulsory prior to your tubal ligation reversal. They can be prearranged by your regular … Continue reading
What is the most appropriate management for ovarian cysts? Management of ovarian cysts should be done carefully so as to avoid any subsequent effects. In general, cysts can be managed medically with birth control pills or medicines that affect the … Continue reading
Cysts may grow and enlarge without symptoms and go unobserved until they are found on routine examination. However, some cysts will burst during routine activities such as by sexual intercourse, any injury, or childbirth. Cysts may become bulky enough so … Continue reading
How do gynecologistsproceed with diagnosing Ovarian Cysts? Although we do not see an increase in the rate of ovarian cysts after tubal reversal surgery, polycystic or simply cystic ovaries are one of the concerns some patients have expressed after tubal … Continue reading
Why is the diagnosis important? The search for a diagnosis to explain ovarian cysts should be done with complete awareness of all of the possibilities. Ovarian cysts can result from a devastating process such as ovarian cancer, or may be … Continue reading
Which is the leading reason of female infertility? More than 25% of cases of infertility fall in the category of ovulatory disorders. Ovulatory disorders, like irregular ovulation or a complete lack of ovulation (anovulation), are usually due to a hormonal … Continue reading
What are glandular problems? Primary glands are involved in producing reproductive hormones in women. Hormonal imbalances are sometimes traced back to glandular problems rather than a surgical procedure such as a tubal ligation or tubal reversal.