Allison Fisher, 20, from Florida, said she felt “pregnant with 10 children” on a television channel she attended. The young woman photographed the appearance of an ovarian cyst weighing approximately 45 kilograms, holding 46 liters of fluid in her abdomen, and shared the moments of removal of this cyst.
DUE TO HEALTH PROBLEMS HE DID NOT WANT TO GO TO THE DOCTOR
“I convinced myself that if I ignored it, it would disappear. I was scared. I was just really scared,” Fisher said. said. Fisher claimed to have started a year-long menstrual cycle in 2020. She said she avoids seeing doctors about the problem because in the past, health problems were ignored as complications of being overweight. He finally realized that this was a serious matter.
“I FEEL LIKE ALL MY ORGANS WERE CRUSHED”
Fisher said, “I started seeing other people posting on social media about their ovarian mass and problems with their cycles, and I started to realize that something wasn’t right in my stomach. When I took a closer look, I realized it was as hard as a rock. I couldn’t put it on. I felt like all my organs were being crushed. I looked like I was pregnant.” said.
HE CANNOT STAND FOR MORE THAN FIVE MINUTES
Fisher said that because of the size of his midsection, he couldn’t stand for more than five minutes and drive. He also stated that he was afraid to see a doctor because it was during the COVID-19 outbreak. Fisher said his mother was diagnosed with cancer in 2021, which eventually spurred Fisher to seek medical treatment the following year.
WHEN GOING TO THE EMERGENCY, HE HAS DIFFICULTY BREATHING
Doctors discovered a large benign ovarian mass infiltrating the reproductive area. Shortly after, Dr. He was taken to the emergency room to be operated on by Martin Martino. “He was short of breath when we met him in the ER,” Martino said. “It was just before Christmas. Lying on my side, I said, ‘Now it’s time, let’s do this.'”
THE SURGERY REQUIRED A TEAM
He added that chest diseases and cardiology specialists were also present.
“We got together and said, ‘Let’s find a way to remove this,'” Martino said. Physician assistant Nicole Antenucci stressed that the procedure, which involves robotic technology, “really requires a team.” “We all felt very lucky to be a part of it and to be able to help him and now be part of his journey of advancement,” Antenucci said.
“I CAN SEE MY FEET AGAIN”
Fisher said she felt like she had a “second chance” in life. “I can see my feet again, I haven’t been able to do that for years. I can hold on a little longer.” He admitted that he was still working to regain his strength as the cyst had “destroyed” his back strength. “I feel so much lighter, I feel like a human,” Fisher continued. “I can wear clothes, do things normal people do. Now, moving forward, I’m in the beginning stages of weight loss surgery and I’m really excited about what life has in store for me.”