Fallopian tube surgery: This is how “marriage at first sight” works – Lisa

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Fallopian tube surgery: This is how “marriage at first sight” works – Lisa

Fallopian tube surgery: This is how "marriage at first sight" works - LisaDid Lisa (32) survive her hospital stay well? A few days ago, the former Wedding at First Sight candidate made it public that she needed surgery. The reason: a cyst in the fallopian tube. In the course of the procedure, not only the cyst was removed, but the entire fallopian tube, as it was already too badly damaged. Now Lisa finally got back to her fans and gave them a health update. In her Instagram story, the 32-year-old wrote: “I’m fine, I put the current surgery quite well.” Nevertheless, she is very worried – she still has further interventions ahead of her. “Not knowing when and how things will continue […] and whether my fallopian tubes and everything down there is working at all is of course a concern for me,” admitted Lisa frankly. Still, try to look ahead.

With the current intervention, they actually wanted to check the patency of the other fallopian tube. “However, none of this was possible because I have an adhesions in my abdomen. When I was very small, I had a tumor in my bladder, which was then surgically removed. Chemotherapy followed and now I have very strong adhesions around the scar on my abdomen.” , explained Lisa . These should be eliminated in a second operation.

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