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The woman, 40-pound ovarian cyst was impeding her ability to breathe

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For seven months, Kavita Kalam went round to her house in Wardha, India, in agonizing pain, with tremendous swelling in her abdomen, which according to reports is that they are not able to afford a visit to the hospital. When the crowd grew so large that she was having a hard time breathing, and her neighbors rallied to raise money-and her life-saving medical attention, according to The Sun.

Prior to the surgery, the woman was in pain, but I couldn’t afford a visit to the doctor’s office.
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At that point, the crowd had grown to the size of a pumpkin, and it was an extra £ 40 to the 38-year-old frame Fit is reported, according to The Sun.

A TEENAGER HAS A 33-LB CYST REMOVED FROM THE ABDOMEN AFTER SYMPTOMS OF PAIN AND

“It was so big that it took up to 95 percent of the abdomen on a patient with an abdominal circumference, 106 cm (41.6 in),” Dr. Arpita Jaiswal Singam, a gynaecologist who operated on Kalam, he said, according to The Sun.

The surgeons worked carefully to remove the cyst through a 2-cm incision is made.
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The mass was determined to be an ovarian cyst, and it was the biggest one in the hospital had ever encountered. It turned out to be very difficult to remove, due to the sheer size of it, but the surgeons had to act fast, or risk a rupture in her stomach.

“It was very difficult to remove a large cyst due to space limitations,” Dr. Abhishek Kothule, a different gynaecologist who helped with the care of Kalam, he said, according to The Sun.

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The surgeons to operate by means of a 2-inch incision is made above the Kalam of the pubic bone, and had to be careful to get the cyst intact. She is said to be in stable condition.

In addition to the immediate loss in weight that she is gaining the ability to eat solid food.

The cyst weighed more than 40 kilos-and was the largest the hospital had ever seen.
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In April, surgeons, and share photos from up to 33-pound cyst that is being removed from the stomach of a 16-year-old, who is also based in India. The photos showed that surgeons will be rocking the giant cyst that looked to be the size of a watermelon and cause of your toe pain.

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Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs or pockets within an ovary or on its surface, and while a lot of women, they develop at a certain time, it is most evident, with little or no discomfort and are harmless, and usually go away on their own within a few months. But in the larger cysts, such as are found in these two patients may be the cause of pelvic pain, fullness or heavy feeling in the abdomen, or a feeling of being bloated according to the Mayo Clinic.

Risk factors can include hormonal problems, endometriosis, pelvic infections, or previous ovarian cysts.

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