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I Had A (l) Sapingetomy Due To Ep Feb 10.

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Posted on Thu, 1 Sep 2022
Question:      i had a (l) sapingetomy due to ep feb 10. march i had period on the 15 but not had one since. i am getting left shoulder pain but have done pregnancy test and that was negative. also had scan for ivf and nothing picked up on there. is the lack of a period normal especially being ove 4 weeks late ??
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Answered by Dr. Dr.Raju.A.T (2 days later)
Brief Answer:
needs evaluation

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Thanks for your query.

Salphingectomy, usually does not alter the hormone levels in any. It is not known to cause any sort of hormonal imbalance, causing irregular periods.

The absence of periods for a month without pregnancy has to be checked by a gynecologist. It could be due to mere hormonal imbalance to serious conditions like mass in the ovary of the uterus.

I suggest you book a visit with your gynecologist. She/ he after examination may order tests, especially an ultrasound to ascertain the cause for such menstrual disturbance.

Hope, I answered your query.

wish you good health.

regards,
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I Had A (l) Sapingetomy Due To Ep Feb 10.

Brief Answer: needs evaluation Detailed Answer: Hi, Thanks for your query. Salphingectomy, usually does not alter the hormone levels in any. It is not known to cause any sort of hormonal imbalance, causing irregular periods. The absence of periods for a month without pregnancy has to be checked by a gynecologist. It could be due to mere hormonal imbalance to serious conditions like mass in the ovary of the uterus. I suggest you book a visit with your gynecologist. She/ he after examination may order tests, especially an ultrasound to ascertain the cause for such menstrual disturbance. Hope, I answered your query. wish you good health. regards,