I have a sugery to remove my womb, due to cervic cancer ,that was last year July , I was going fro check up recently beacuse the problem which i was expriencing came back ,the abnormal discharge, itching and smelly. my doctor who did the operation keep on telling me that its just minor irritation. I have change the doctor because i was not happy with the way he was dealing with this. I have consulted another doctor reffered to by friend and he did a good job and he did told me that i have high resistance infection and he didthe scanner and he told me that why did they live the ovary because it has a big growth and heseems very concern but he said that im must comeback after 4 weeks . Am i in danger because he didnt say much but i can see that he was little bit worried. Iam 30.
What all tests did this new doctor do? I think you will have to follow up with him on this. He may have to do a biopsy to find out if the growth is benign or malignant. If it turns out to be malignant you may need another surgery.
Your doctor did the right thing. A pelvic ultrasound must have shown the growth in the ovaries. I would suggest you to please followup with your doctor after 4 weeks as vaginal discharge along with ovarian growth should not be left alone. If it turns out to be a tumor you may have to undergo another surgery.
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