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A successful pregnancy after two fertility-sparing surgeries for borderline ovarian tumor
Patricia Ann G. Mendiola, MD; Elizabeth E. Espino-Strebel, MD, FPOGS, FSGOP; Manuel S. Manabat, MD, FPOGS, FSGOP
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, San Juan de Dios Educational Foundation Inc. Hospital
A 31-year old, primigravid underwent bilateral oophorocystectomy for serous borderline ovarian tumor stage IB. After 3 years she had tumor recurrence and another fertility-sparing surgery consisting of left salpingooophorectomy and contralateral cystectomy was done. Histopathology was a recurrent borderline ovarian tumor. Two years later, she had a spontaneous pregnancy and delivered to a live term baby. This is a reported case of a successful pregnancy after two fertility-sparing surgeries for borderline ovarian tumor.