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Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs or pockets that can form on or within the ovaries, which are the reproductive organs in females responsible for producing eggs and certain hormones. These cysts can vary in size, from very small to quite large, and they can occur on one or both ovaries. Ovarian cysts are relatively common and can develop at any age, from puberty through menopause.
A surgical procedure in which a surgeon removes an ovarian cyst while preserving the affected ovary. This procedure is typically performed when the cyst is large, causing pain, or if there are concerns about the possibility of the cyst being cancerous. This approach aims to preserve the woman's fertility and hormonal function by sparing as much healthy ovarian tissue as possible. Ovarian cystectomy is a common treatment option for certain types of ovarian cysts.
A surgical procedure that involves the removal of one or both of a woman's ovaries. Unilateral oophorectomy removes a single ovary, while bilateral oophorectomy involves the removal of both ovaries, resulting in surgical menopause. The decision to undergo oophorectomy is made based on a patient's specific medical condition, risk factors, and the advice of our healthcare professionals.