Both procedures leave your ovaries intact, so you can still develop ovarian cancer. Total hysterectomy with salpingo-oophorectomy. This procedure removes your cervix and uterus as well as both ovaries and fallopian tubes. This makes ovarian cancer less likely to occur, but it does not remove all risk.
If, like my sister, you have a total hysterectomy with salpingo-oophorectomy, in which your cervix, uterus and both ovaries and fallopian tubes are removed, ovarian cancer is less likely but still can occur.
I have not been diagnosed as having any kind of cancer, yet the first GYN. . This is the day after I should have had my 3rd treatment, but what can you do.. .. I lost my ovaries (I had had a partial hysterectomy last year), the rest of my cervix, my .
Occurrence of ovarian cancer 13 years after a total hysterectomy and bilateral. In addition, because ORS is often neglected, it can produce a diagnostic dilemma and. The patient denied any other previous medical or surgical illness, or having. However, she was found to have elevated serum levels of CA-125 (