I have had several operations/treatments for tumors, endometriosis, and ovarian cancer which invaded my abdominal wall (which was removed). I had a TAH in 1998. My ovarian tissue has grown back twice and is now back again. I have been in for a CT and blood tests, and dread any more operations. My question is what are my options realistically? Is another operation and readiation inevitable? The last operation, there was so much endometrial tissue that they resected a portion of my bowels, bladder, stomach, and my entire abdominal wall. What are my choices?
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