The Possibility Of Tumors In The Stomach Grow Back After Surgery?
I am 17 years old. I once had a tumor in my stomach. And the doctor who treated me said that I really could not menstruate because there was a defect in. Well, it’s been over a year or so, I feel that there is like a lump in my stomach. He feels and if pressed move like that. I want to ask, is the tumor coming back again or just catching a cold? And how to prevent it. Thank’s GodBless.
Hello Phoeja, thanks for the question to HealthReplies.com
First of all, you should explain more fully about the tumor that you had before. There are various types of tumors in the abdomen and each type of tumor has different properties (including recurrence). In general, tumors can be divided into 2 types, benign and malignant tumors. Benign tumors have a smaller likelihood of recurrence, while malignant tumors have a greater likelihood of recurrence and also have the possibility of spreading the tumor to other organs of the body.
The lump that you feel in your stomach right now can also be caused by a variety of possibilities. It will be very helpful if you explain more clearly in the stomach where exactly you feel the lump, whether or not there are certain symptoms that you feel at this time, the size of the lump, surface, edge, and mobility of the lump. Basically catch a cold (the possibility that you mean here is flatulence) will not cause the appearance of a lump that feels solid in the stomach. Flatulence can cause the abdomen to appear bulging, but you will not feel any solid lumps on your stomach. If you can feel a solid lump in your stomach, you should immediately check yourself with a surgeon so that you can further evaluate the lump. If you feel a lump in your stomach, DO NOT delay the examination to the doctor. If indeed the lump is caused by a tumor, then diagnosing and doing therapy as soon as possible will improve your prognosis or the possibility of recovery.
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