Pregnant-looking stomach ends up being 26-pound tumor

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Massive 26-pound ovarian tumor was removed from 70-year-old woman in India.

Massive 26-pound ovarian tumor was removed from 70-year-old woman in India.

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A woman is relieved after having a 26-pound tumor removed from her body, news service SWNS is reporting.

Shortly after the 70-year-old from India was admitted to the hospital with what appeared to be a pregnant-looking stomach, doctors discovered it was an enormous ovarian growth.

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Lila Bai was diagnosed with a grape-sized cyst two years ago, but didn’t have enough money to have the surgery to remove it.

The massive tumour from 70 year old Lila. See SWNS story SWTUMOUR; Lila Bai aged 70 yrs was suffering from excruciating pain due to ovarian cyst anderoma tumour.  Lila Bai was admitted to nearby hospital named where doctors' performed surgery lasting one and half hour. Size of tumour is 40-35 centimetres and weighted 12 kg. In initial treatment cyst was just like a grape size but it's size increased with passage of time. Doctors suggested surgery two years back but due to lack of money patient ignored it but few days back pain was intolerable for patient so she came to indu bai parekh memorial hospital where Dr Jitender pal Singh and Dr Indu Singh suggested immediate surgery.

The tumor grew in size to be 14 x 16 inches, to the point where the patient was admitted to the hospital in excruciating pain.

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Scans show the tumor grew to be 14 by 16 inches, causing the woman so much pain she was rushed to the hospital where surgeons removed the 26-pound mass. 

Had the woman arrived any later at Indubhai Parekh Memorial Hospital, doctors said, the tumor could have burst.

“Even if it would have been a little delay in surgery, it might be burst inside the body,” said Dr. Indu Singh.

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“Even if it would have been a little delay in surgery, it might be burst inside the body,” said Dr. Indu Singh. The physician added the massive growth has been sent to pathological lab for testing.

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“If remnants are found in body, it may be treated by chemotherapy,” another doctor on the team, Dr. Jitender Singh, said.

Mrs. Bai is recovering and should be discharged in three days.