Cutting the ovulation: What to know

The article was consulted professionally by Specialist I Nguyen Thi Plum – Obstetrics and Gynecology Department – Share99 Da Nang International Health Hub. The doctor has more than 10 years of experience in the diagnosis, consultation and treatment in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Removal of the ovulation is the procedure of removing 1 or both ovulation ducts. Depending on the purpose of the surgery, proboscis is sometimes associated with ovarian and uterus removal. These procedures can be done using traditional open surgery or laparoscopic surgery.

1. What is a ovulation?

The ovulation tube is the path for the egg to move from the ovaries to the uterus. A ovulation is a surgical removal of one side of the ovulation tube (semi-part) or both sides (whole).

Cutting the ovopies can be performed alone or in combination with other procedures, including ovarian shearing, uterus shearing and cesarean section located completely in the uterus.

2. In dinhation of cutting of the ovulation tube

A ovopectoculation surgery can be carried out to treat a number of problems related to women's genital health. Most often, the doctor will recommend the patient to cut the ovulation in the following cases:

  • Extra-intra-uterus pregnancy;
  • Block one or both ovulation ducts;
  • Rupture of one or both ovulation ducts;
  • Inflammation of the proboscis;
  • Cancer of the ovopian tubes.

In particular, the incidence of ovopian tube cancer is very rare and is common only in women with mutations in the BRCA gene. Lesions that occur in the ovate are also present only in about half of patients who carry the BRCA gene mutation and have had ovarian cancer.

Studies have found that some types of ovarian cancer originate in cells inside the ovulation tube. Therefore, removing the proboscis offers hope of reducing the risk of the formation of ovarian cancer.

In addition, this procedure is also known as a permanent method of contraception (sterilization).

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The doctor will recommend that the patient cut the ovate in case of an extra-intra-uterus pregnancy

3. Pre-surgery preparation

The surgeon will discuss with the patient the procedure, as well as provide pre- and post-surgical instructions. This information may vary depending on the form of open surgery or laparoscopy. The determination of the form of surgery must also be based on factors such as: reasons for surgery, age and health situation of the patient.

Here are a few things to prepare before the surgery:

  • Arrange work and take time off completely after surgery. Upon being discharged from the hospital, the patient may still be stunned by the effects of anesthesia and pain at the incision;
  • Ask your doctor what medications are allowed before, during and after the surgery;
  • Understand the fasting time requirements before the surgery;
  • Prepare wide and comfortable clothes to wear when you get home.

4. Procedure for conducting surgery

4.1. Traditional open surgery

Immediately before surgery, the patient will receive a full-body anesthesia. After that, the doctor will make an incision about a few centimeters long in the lower abdomen of the patient. Through this incision, the ovulation is seen and removed from the body. Finally, the open incision will be stitched back with specialized stitches.

4.2. Laparoscopic surgery

Laparoscopic surgery is a less invasive procedure, which can be performed after general or local anesthesia.

The doctor will make a small incision in the patient's lower abdomen and insert the endoscopy device (a long tube with a lamp and camera attached at the end). During the operation, the gas will be pumped into the abdomen allowing the surgeon to observe the pelvic organs on the computer screen more clearly.

After that, a few other small incisions will also be made to insert tools on the task of removing the ovulation. These incisions are only about 1cm long and will stitch up as soon as the proboscis has been taken out.

5. Recovery from surgery

After surgery, the patient will be taken to the resuscitation room for monitoring. It will take a little longer for the patient to be able to fully stay awake after anesthesia, in addition to symptoms of nausea and mild soreness around the incision may also appear.

The patient will stay in the outpatient department until he can get up on his own and urinate normally before being discharged from the hospital.

It is necessary to follow the instructions of the doctor in post-surgery activities to be able to recover quickly after a few days. Patients must avoid lifting heavy objects or exercising hard for at least a week.

After returning home, it is recommended to immediately notify the doctor if the patient encounters one of the following signs:

  • Fever and chills;
  • Wounds with severe pain or nausea;
  • Purulent discharge or red swelling around the incision;
  • Sudden bleeding of the vagina;
  • It is impossible to urinate.

Incisions from laparoscopic surgery are smaller, so they tend to heal faster than open surgery. Each person will have different recovery time, but in general, the possibility of full recovery is within 3-6 weeks for open surgery or 2-4 weeks after laparoscopic surgery.

Cut the ovulation tube

After returning home, it is advisable to immediately notify the doctor if the patient has signs of fever and chills

6. Potential complications

Any type of surgery carries a risk, mainly a reaction to anesthesies. Laparoscopic surgery of the ovulation will take longer than open surgery, so the patient will also be given a longer anesthesia. Other risks of a ovulation surgery include:

  • Infection: Compared to open surgery, the risk of infection during laparoscopic surgery is lower;
  • Internal bleeding or bleeding at the surgical site;
  • Abdominal hernia;
  • Damage to blood vessels or neighboring agencies.

However, a study of women who had a proboscis removal surgery in combination with cesarean section found that the incidence of complications was rare.

7. The possibility of menstruation and pregnancy

The overall dosage of a ovopect of the ovulation is quite good. If there are still ovaries and uterus, women will continue to menstruate after surgery.

The case of removing only one ovulation tube will not be capable of sterilization, so women still need to apply contraceptives afterwards. On the other hand, removing both ducts means that women cannot get pregnant naturally, as well as the absence of contraceptives. However, if the uterus remains, women can become pregnant with the help of in vismable in vismable insefining (IVF) methods. Therefore, before the surgical removal of the ovary, the patient needs to clearly present to the doctor the desire for future reproduction.

Although it takes a longer recovery period, laparoscopic surgery to remove the ovoped ducts is still believed to be a safe replacement of the vasectation of the ovulation . This procedure not only brings absolute contraceptive effect, but also has a certain role in protecting women from dangerous ovarian cancer. In summary, laparoscopic surgery to remove the ducts is an option worth considering for women who wish to sterilize or have diseases related to the genital ovulation.

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About: Minh Quynh

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