Ronda Rousey underwent a gynecological operation in London last month and has been told by her surgeon to get a “good night’s sleep”.
The fight-turned-superstar underwent the operation, which took place on Tuesday, after a “fascinating” experience at the London clinic where she is based.
According to Dr Robert Hargreaves, who was in charge of the procedure, the surgery was necessary to “reduce the risk of future recurrence”.
The 28-year-old has a cyst on the back of her left testicle, which had previously been removed by her doctor.
According on her Instagram account, Rousey told fans she felt “a strange kind of pressure and excitement” and that the operation had “been a huge relief for me”.
“It felt good to have a bit of privacy in there,” she wrote.
“I’m now feeling a bit lighter and less tired.
I think I’m in great spirits.””
It has made me feel more confident, like I can do this in the future.
This is going to be the best decision I’ve made in my entire life.”
Rousey had her surgery on May 22.
She told TMZ Sports that the surgery felt “terrifying”, but said it was a “big relief”.
“I didn’t know what to expect.
I knew it was going to hurt and that it was definitely going to take a long time,” she said.
“But it was worth it.
The feeling is so amazing.
I feel like I’m doing my best to heal.”
A gynecology doctor says surgery is the best way to repair a cystic cyst, and that its possible to have surgery done within a few daysThe surgery was performed by Dr Robert Hooper at the Gherkin Clinic in the UK’s capital.
It’s believed that the cyst was removed during a routine physical examination, but the procedure involved a “very advanced” procedure, according to the Ghersin Clinic.
The cyst is believed to have been removed during an exam at the gym at the start of training on June 13, which was conducted under the supervision of Dr Hooper.
The operation was done by a specialist at Gherkins clinic, Dr Hargres, who had been involved in other successful gynecologic procedures on the fighter.
According for the procedure to work, a “surgical incision” has to be made in the area of the cystic swelling.
The surgeon then “slightly” pulls off the cysts, which are covered by a bandage to protect them from infection.
The bandage then has to “rest” on a needle, which is inserted into the cytoplasm and connected to the labia minora.
The labia majora then “resets” and “rests” again, in which the labial mucosa of the female genitals are replaced with a thin membrane of the labium.
Once the labianules “rest”, they can then be retracted and “cleaned” of excess fluid.
The procedure is repeated, with a second incision being made in a further location, to “resolve the cytic swelling”.
According to Gherins clinic, the operation is “a very conservative procedure”.
“The procedure itself is done by using a narrow incision in the labias minora and a small incision on the labiae minora to remove excess fluid and to create a very stable tissue.”
After the procedure is completed, the cysted areas are removed, cleaned and secured with a bandaging.
“Ronda Rouseys surgeon says it’s possible to repair her cyst by the “right way”The surgery has been described as “an absolutely wonderful experience”, and Dr Hoopers, who is a licensed gynecographer, told TMZ that the procedure was performed “in the safest way possible”.”
When you see what happens to the women after surgery, they often have problems with urinary incontinence, bowel and bladder problems, and a variety of other issues.
“The surgeons involved in this procedure are very careful with the treatment and follow all the best practice guidelines to minimize the risk and maximize the benefits,” he added.
“I think it’s important to mention that we have not done a clinical trial to demonstrate that this surgery will result in a more successful recovery.”
According to the clinic’s website, there are currently six gynecologists in the US and Australia who are qualified to perform the procedure.