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do you need to ave your ovaries removed because of hyperplasia with a typia? Are they effected?

i was told a total abdominal hysterectomy including ovaries and nodes are to be removed and I was wondering if this was a bit drastic for a 4 year old. Diagnosis is complex hyperplasia with a typical cancer cells. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

You need to get a second and third opinion from doctors, including reproductive endocrinologists and gynecologic oncologists.

I'm so sorry to hear about this! It's possible that they can just remove where the cancer cells are, and not the other body parts.  (+ info)

Has anyone diagnosed with complex endometrial hyperplasia without atypical cells had successful conception?

successful pregnancy, and delivery?
I was recently diagnosed with this and hysterectomy was suggested, but I want at least 1 more child. Just wondering what my chances are.

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Can Benign Prostate Hyperplasia cause significant weight loss?

significant weight loss is not a good sign,consult your doctor.  (+ info)

Can I fight the symptoms of Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia?

I am 13 years old and i've been researching my condition called congenital adrenal hyperplasia. The websites ive been visiting say that a symptom of this condition is that I will be tall as a child but short as an adult but I am not tall as a child and I'm wondering if it is possible to not be short as an adult.

There are endocrinologists that specialize in this treatment - or rather the treatment of growth disorders.

I have no adrenals anymore so I live with the consequences daily as well. You really need to understand the medications (corticosteroids) and how to take them, how too much can effect you and too little can be deadly. You may also need to take salt tablets (I do!) and another medication called fludrocortisone that will help you maintain your potassium and sodium. All this will help you feel better. In addition, all your hormones should be monitored so you can be the best you can be.


Contact the magic foundation as they have doctors for your parents to take you to as well as other people with your condition that can talk to you.  (+ info)

Has anyone here every had hyperplasia of the breast?

I had surgery for calcifactions that were cancerous. I got the pathology report back today. A nurse called me and said some of the tissue they took came back with hyperplasia. Has anyone had that or know about what they do for it?

Your question is confusing. Surgery for calcifications that were cancerous???
What was cancerous? The only way to tell whether it is cancerous or not is from tissue biopsy.
You said the Path report said it was hyperplasia. Hyperplasia is benign. Usual hyperplasia does not cause significant increased risk of developing cancer by itself without other factors such as family history, etc.
However, atypical hyperplasia does increase the risk of developing cancer. You need to talk to your surgeon who can tell you what to do from here on. Usually more follow up.
Best of luck.  (+ info)

The section of a tooth that extends from the incisal edge to the crest of the gingival height is the?

Dear Daniel,
Thank you for humiliating me...It was the necessary kick that I needed. The answer was right in front of me. I just stressed myself out. "Clinical Crown"! Sincerely, First time user

This question has come straight off a workbook or test! Please, do your own work! If you ever have a patient in the chair, are you going to run to Yahoo answers when you have a problem!
This is BASIC knowledge YOU must have down cold!
Do your OWN learning, be a professional!

Dr. Dan  (+ info)

How common is Complex Endometrial Hyperplasia? I was diagnosed with this recently by my OB-GYN.?

I am being treated with a medicine called Provera, which is actually Progesterone. The purpose is to keep the uterine lining from over-growing. I had to have a D&C to remove 2 polyps and a lot of the uterine lining. Thank you for any input or for sharing your experiences with this.

not common but not rare either. more common in obese, diabetics, women who dont have monthly periods - but can happen to others. usually treated with provera for woman who wants to have children, otherwise sometimes a hysterectomy as it does have a risk of becoming uterine cancer  (+ info)

Has anyone successfully treated sebaceous hyperplasia?

Or know of a doctor who has?

A hyfrefractor is often used for this disorder. It emits electrical charges into the affected areas. It's painful and can cause redness, but it usually helps.  (+ info)

How does antihistamines make benign prostatic hyperplasia worse?

If you have BPH, try NOT to take medications such as antihistamines, diuretics, decongestants, antispasmodics, tranquilizers and certain types of antidepressants. These can weaken the bladder muscle or narrow the opening of the prostate and worsen the BPH symptoms.  (+ info)

What is pseudo-decidual endometrial hyperplasia?

I know what hyperplasia of the uterus is but what is the significance of "pseudo-decidual?"

I found some sites that deal with this medical condition, they are written in a professional way but I am sure you can understand
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&rls=com.microsoft%3Aen-US&q=pseudo-decidual+endometrial+hyperplasia%3F&btnG=Search  (+ info)

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