Hi, I have been on this site several times, although not so much in recent months.... I am 32 and just over 2 years ago I was diagnosed with borderline tumours on my ovaries. Since then I have had 2 laparoscopy's and 1 laparotomy, which has resulted in the removal of one ovary to date. recent tests have shown that a similar tumour has now appeared on the other ovary, and, although it was originally planned for me to have a TAH only, historically there have been small deposits in other areas of the pelvis, an it is now being suggested that I have cyto-reductive surgery. I understand the reasons for this, however I was wondering if anyone on this site has any experience of this procedure, and what to expect. Thank you
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