A 41-year-old female asked:
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ct reports 'physiological change seen in both adnexa and uterine cavity'. could this indicate a prolapse? and/or what else could it indicate?

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Dr. Michelle Jones singer
37 years experience Gynecology
Not prolapse: Physiological canges are changes that happen naturally in your body and are normal. They included signs of ovulation or signs of a period about to come or that both ovulation and your period is over. It can mean normal things that happen to your ovaries and your uterine cavity
Answered on Jan 16, 2015
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A 41-year-old female asked:
Dr. Michael Gabor
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"Physiological: changes" is nonspecific verbiage, but it would imply normal findings. It would not indicate prolapse.
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A 28-year-old female asked:
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Hard to say: A ct isn't usually the best test to look at the gynecologic organs such as the uterus or uterine cavity. We can only notice general things like fluid ... Read More
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MRI better: .
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Dr. Michael Hulse
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Possibly: Anytime you can easily feel your cervix with your fingers it could be prolapse. You would need to see your gyn to be sure.
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