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Trajectories of metabolic parameters after bilateral oophorectomy in premenopausal women.

The purpose of this population-based cohort study was a random sample of all premenopausal women who underwent bilateral oophorectomy between 1988 and 2007 in Olmsted County, Minnesota, as well as their age-matched referent women who did not underwent bilateral oophorectomy, which was not conducted in a controlled manner. 3 women who underwent bilateral oophorectomy and received estrogen therapy n = 163, 3 women who underwent bilateral oophorectomy and did not receive estrogen therapy did not receive estrogen therapy, and 3 women who did not receive estrogen therapy n = 107. Women who received estrogen therapy after bilateral oophorectomy were similar to the referent women with regard to the weight and BMI trends, and they saw an increase in HDL-C over time. Conclusions Women who underwent bilateral oophorectomy before menopause saw some unfavorable changes in several health risk parameters, possibly raising their cardiovascular risk.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35905571


Young adult patients with testosterone management concerns after gender-affirming hysterectomy and bilateral oophorectomy: A case series.

Many transgender and gender diverse youth and young adults will opt for hysterectomy for the purpose of gender affirmation. Because of external barriers, organizational barriers, and questions about side effects, three people who experienced interruptions in testosterone use following BSO's hysterectomy were among the reasons. This case series documents three people who experienced interruptions in their testosterone use after BSO hysterectomy for reasons including external barriers, organizational barriers, and questions regarding side effects. Patients should be properly advised on hysterectomy options as bilateral oophorectomy is not recommended in the absence of specific indications.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35850361


Risks of Stroke and Heart Disease Following Hysterectomy and Oophorectomy in Chinese Premenopausal Women.

Background: In China, where the burden of cardiovascular disease is high, there is little information about the long-term risks of stroke and ischemic heart disease in women who had a hysterectomy alone or with bilateral oophorectomy for benign diseases. In Chinese women who had a HA or HBO, we determined mean values of cardiovascular risk factors and relative risks of stroke and IHD. Women with HA and 19% higher risk of CVD after HBO compared to women who did not have HA had a 9% higher risk of CVD. Both HA and HBO were associated with elevated risks of ischemic stroke and IHD, but not with hemorrhagic strokes. CVD risks with HA and HBO were more apparent at a younger age of surgery.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35862220


Health Outcomes Associated With Having an Oophorectomy Versus Retaining One's Ovaries for Transmasculine and Gender Diverse Individuals Treated With Testosterone Therapy: A Systematic Review.

Introduction The transgender and gender diverse spectrum includes transgender people and non-binary people whose sex was not assigned female at birth. Many TMGD patients seek testosterone replacement therapy in order to develop masculine features. Different people may choose to have total hysterectomy with bilateral salpingectomy and/or bilateral oophorectomy. The decision to preserve or remove the ovaries in the context of continuous testosterone therapy has ramifications on reproductive longevity, oncologic risk, endocrinology, cardiovascular protection, bone density, and neurocognitive status. Obsequiation In this article, we present the health-related findings of oophorectomy in a TMGD population treated with continuous testosterone therapy in the hopes of assisting physicians and patients in determining whether or not they should keep or remove their ovaries. Conclusion With ovarian retention, there are no facts to help TMGD people who are considering TH/BSO versus TH/BS. Estradiol levels are likely to be higher in individuals who choose ovarian retention, but this has not been clearly shown. Although bone mineral density decreases following oophorectomy, studies indicating an elevated risk of fracture are lacking. Further study into long-term health effects of oophorectomy for TMGD people treated with continuous testosterone therapy is needed to provide comprehensive, evidence-based healthcare to this patient population. Diverse Individuals Treated with Testosterone Therapy are included in a systemic review of one's Ovaries as a result of an Oophorectomy Versus Retaining One's Ovaries were treated with Testosterone therapy.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35831234


Prevalence and Outcomes of Unilateral Versus Bilateral Oophorectomy in Women With Ovarian Cancer: A Population-Based Study.

This research sought to compare the prevalence and therapeutic success of unilateral oophorectomy in women with ovarian cancer who underwent bilateral oophorectomy; in addition, it sought to identify the appropriate candidates for unilateral oophorectomy. There was no significant difference between patients treated by unilateral oophorectomy and those treated by bilateral oophorectomy in stage-Ib and stage-Ic ovarian tumors. Also for high-grade stage-Ic tumors, the OS and DSS of patients with stage-I tumors receiving unilateral oophorectomy were similar to those receiving bilateral oophorectomy among reproductive-age women younger than 50 years. And for low-grade stage-Ia ovarian tumors, those aged 50 years and older, OS and DSS of patients with stage-I tumor who underwent unilateral oophorectomy were significantly worse than those receiving bilateral oophorectomy.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35875152

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