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Question by  shego (255)

What can be done about a pelvic lesion?


Answer by  mcmario2007 (786)

Pelvic lesion can be removed once detected by doing a laparoscopy and laser treatment is available to remove the lesions but please make sure to consult a doctor before jumping to any conclusion.


Answer by  sadiesmom (254)

A pelvic lesion is something that should be evaluated by a physician. They may want to do a CT scan or ultrasound depending on whether or not the lesion is located internally or externally. Doctors are trained to distinguish an ingrown hair, for example, from more serious lesions. If needed, they will biopsy and/or remove the lesion surgically.


Answer by  Melissa101010 (4405)

Usually when you have a pelvic lesion you can have surgery or take medicines that will help you solve your problem with the lesion. Ask your family physician about your concern.


Answer by  DackThrombosis (1093)

Depends on what type of lesion with which you're dealing. If it's cancerous, that entails all sorts of procedures like biopsy and chemo treatments (if it's spread). Most likely it's a small cut that a doctor can easily clean and treat.


Answer by  amtcura66 (1340)

A lot can be done about a pelvic lesion because the pelvic is important and can't be left with a cut.


Answer by  antrobus (140)

You should consult with a doctor, and get an MRI, as it may be a cancerous. Lesions are treatable if not cancerous.


Answer by  SIDDHU (861)

First of all test should be done to rule out malignancy and then it can be cured by treatment. It is actually just a tear.

Reply by deb31305 (0):
To SIDDHU (861) if it is malignant is there anything that can be done for it?

To antrobus (140) can you not do anything for a lesion if it is cancerous?  add a comment
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