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Fibroid at left ovary
Default Fibroid at left ovary A solid mass seen behind left ovary measurin about 6cm thus surgery required or can b dissolved give ur suggestion pls I have concerned doctor she has suggested me leproscopy canit b completely remove by leproscopy or abdominal operation?
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Hello, You are likely to have Brad ligament fibroid, which needs immediate removal to avoid further complications.
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It can b removed by laparoscopy easily and you go for the surgery soon as this size broad ligament fibroid can compress the ureter and damage ur kidney too.. u can contact for laparoscopy for ur case anytime..
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Broad ligament fibroid needs removal as it can compress ureter and ultimately lead to kidney damage .. it can be removed with laparoscopy ( with surgery done in good hands)
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Hi. You have left Brad ligament fibroid. It can be removed by laparoscopy but surgery is difficult. If you don't have any complaints, it's better to leave it alone. Also, out will be a good idea to try medications and see if it shrinks
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