can you remove two ovarian cyst

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hi can any 1 pls let me kniw if a person can have a cyst remove 2 in 3months. what happend was my wife had an opperation in april ,thy removed a cyst of 7.5cm it took a while for her to recover but the doc cleared her. last week monday july she went to see a doctor ,she had a nother scan done after complaing of pains the scan came back and showed a cyst of 6.5cm how is that possible need advice as we are scared what the complications could be if had to be removed so soon,


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    Hi, Functional cysts are very common in women and they keep returning unless the ovaries are removed which is called an oopherectomy. Some cysts come and go on their own whilst others need treatment. I would talk to the obs and gynae dept about alternative treatments to surgery. Keyhole procedures are less invasive for small cysts like your wife has and the recovery time is less. Definitely ask the professionals.
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    thx alexandra936 and margaret i will do that. we did go to the gynae yesterday still little confused thou. she told us the cyst is again on the right side and had the lab results from the 1st doc in , 90 x 35mm was the last 1. is that 7cm coz she said it is 7mm. also the injection he had her on was zoladex that is used to keep the cyst small and its not when it has been removed ??? why then put her on it


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    hi again i dont know why they gave her that,,all i can say is you have to keep on at them phone surgeons sec ,keep on as they will just let you suffer,with the help of my gp and me constinct phoning them is how i got my op done,good luck mags biggrin)))))
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