Removing Fallopian Tubes 1st,Then Ovaries=Better QOL for BRCA+
Preventively Removing Fallopian Tubes First, Ovaries Later Offers Better Quality of Life for Women With BRCA Mutations
June 23, 2021
Women with a BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutation had better menopause-related quality of life after having surgery to remove the fallopian tubes between ages 40 and 50, and then surgery to remove the ovaries much later, than women who had both the fallopian tubes and ovaries removed when they were in their 40s. Read more...