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ISDO is surgery to remove the fallopian tubes first, then the ovaries are removed during a second, later surgery.
However, your ovaries may still be enlarged.
The study examined the health records of 1,653 premenopausal women who had their ovaries removed at the time of hysterectomy, most to avoid or minimize the risk of ovarian or breast cancer.
A hysterectomy that removes your uterus, but not your ovaries, usually doesn't cause menopause.
For treating ovary problems (failure or removal of both ovaries): Adults-1.25 mg a day.
Options may include: Surgery to remove the ovaries (oophorectomy) Radiation therapy aimed at the ovaries Medications, such as goserelin (Zoladex) Treatments to stop ovarian function may allow premeno...
A second study published this week finds that women who had both ovaries removed without an indication of malignancy were more likely to have preexisting mood disorders, anxiety disorders or other less common psychol...
However, because of scatter radiation, ovaries aren't always protected.
Have you ever had problems with your ovaries, adrenal glands or thyroid?
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