• Ones again 55-year-old patient gets a new lease of life Onco life cancer center hospital, Satara
• The doctor revealed abdominal pain and giddiness in females specially perimenopause shouldn’t be ignored
“55-year-old Mrs.Sarita Patil (Name changed) visited Onco life cancer centre with a complaint of severe abdominal pain and giddiness. She just had her previous sonography reports, after examining Dr. Manoj Lokhande and HDU, OT and Anesthesia team of Onco life cancer centre revealed that patient needs immediate surgery as it had 2.5 to 3 litres of blood in the abdomen and ruptured left ovarian.
As with most cancers, the risk of developing ovarian cancer increases as a woman gets older. Women over the age of 50 have a higher risk, and most cases of ovarian cancer occur in women who have already gone through the menopause. Ovarian tumours usually present with chronic abdominal pain, an abdominal mass, or distension, but in some cases, it may rupture or undergo torsion and present as acute abdomen.
Dr. Manoj Lokhande, onco surgeon at Onco life cancer centre said, “The patient visited the centre around 5:30 pm, her BP was low, had unbearable abdominal pain. We immediately prepared her for surgery around 7 pm we took her to OT, we found 2.5 to 3 litres of blood only in her abdomen, Whereas the average adult has about 1.2 to 1.5 gallons (4.5 to 5.5 litres) of blood circulating inside their body. There was also a ruptured left ovarian tumour of about 20 by 20 cm actively bleeding from overall. Now after surgery patient has settled down.