Doctors remove huge 15kg tumour from inside 16-year-old girl’s womb

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Doctors remove huge 15kg tumour from inside 16-year-old girl's womb



A HUGE tumour weighing a staggering 15kg has been removed from a teenage girl’s womb.
The enormous cyst was removed from a inside a 16-year-old’s uterus by doctors in India.
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Medics were baffled to discover the growth deep inside the girl’s reproductive organ during surgery at the Sarin Hospital, in Punjab.
She was operated on after doctors failed to treat her stomach pain and she stopped having periods.
She has been given “new life” after the cyst was successfully taken out of her womb on Wednesday.
The tumour is not thought to have been cancerous and the girl is expected to make a full recovery.
Her operation was done by the hospital’s cancer treatment specialist, Dr Vivek Gupta, alongside D. Sanjeev Sarin, Dr Vivek Mahajan, Dr Geetanjali Sarin and Dr Sudhir.
SWNS:South West News Service She has been given “new life” after the cyst was successfully taken out of her womb on Wednesday
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The girl’s father, Ravidarpal Singh, from the Ferozpur district of Punjab, says the family knew something was wrong when his daughter stopped having periods.
She was initially treated by doctors for pain, but was sent to see a specialist when the symptoms got worse.
Following initial assessments, doctors discovered the huge cyst in her uterus.

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