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Abnormal Bleeding Severe Pain Fibroid Tumors And Menopause At Young Age
After puberty: They happen almost exclusively in women of child bearing age. ...Read more
Uterine fibroids are the most common pelvic tumor in women. 1 of every 3 women of child-bearing age have these tumors and up to 80% of african-american women have fibroids. They are often asymptomatic but they can also cause significant symptoms. It is the most common cause of heavy menstrual bleeding. Pelvic pain and increased urinary frequency ...Read more
What causes first time pcos at age 40, cervical erosion and bloody discharge? Could it be cervical cancer relapse or early menopause?
Can periodic (like female reproductive bleeding) rectal bleeding since early puberty be a symptom of intersex condition in an adult male?
What are other causes of severe menstrual pain when endometriosis, cancer, fibroids, cysts, adenomyosis, and colon issues have been ruled out?
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Ovarian cysts-7cm via ultrasound, recent irregular vaginal bleeding and constipation/bloating. Cancer possibly with the bleeding? 39 years old healthy
Ovarian cysts-7mm via ultrasound, recent irregular vaginal bleeding and constipation/bloating. Cancer possibly with the bleeding? 39 years old, health
Is there possibility to have endometrial cancer or ovarian cancer at 35 yrs? With Bloating, pain- lower left abdomen, nausea, irregular bleeding.
Have uterine polyp and 2 ovarian cysts causing severe pain and irregular hevy bleeding and spotting can this be from polyp?
52 years old. Hysterectomy at 38. Still have ovaries. Feel some cramping in pelvis. Could this be ovarian cancer?
Maybe: There are many different diagnoses which could cause cramping in the pelvis. From benign (constipation, fibroid tumor) to malignant (rectal cancer, ovarian cancer, bladder cancer, etc). Symptoms of ovarian cancer can mimic many different diseases. The best advice is to be seen by your gynecologist for a pelvic examination and if necessary trans-vaginal ultrasound. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could someone progress from early stage one to advanced stage two cystocele and rectocele and 1-2 uterine prolapse in 10 months?
Yes: There is a possibility for this to happen. If the pelvic floor has a weak structure and a huge pressure is applied in the area(lifting heavy weights, sneezing repetedly, coughing) this may happen. Usually patients describes as a feeling of uterus falling out. In fact is the pelvic floor giving up to huge pressure produced as mentioned above. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can extreme stress cause spotting between periods? Abnormal bleed for 1 yr, t/v scan revealed '2cm degenrative fibroid' -could this be uterine cancer?
Yes, unlikely: Yes, extreme stress can cause spotting. Genetic studies have shown most uterine sarcoma (cancer) arise independently except very rare one. Even degenerative fibroid has different genetic pattern compared to uterine cancer. At your age, this is especially rare. Follow-up with your gynecologist for surveillance is however important. ...Read more
You had bilateral endometrial adenocarcinoma of the ovaries (low grade 1-2) with an early grade (1) endometrial cancer. Hrt or not 1 mg climaval?
Diagnosed with multiple uterine fibroids,the largest is 2cm. I suffer from intense abdominal pain 2 weeks before menses.Can small fibroids cause that?
What is the normal range of uterine lining mine is 23cm abnormal bleeding 3 months cysts both ovaries lower back pain. ?
16 mm: in a pre-menopausal woman an endometrial lining that exceeds 16 mm in sickness can be considered too thick in the sense that there may be pathology behind it. A dilatation and curettage (D&C) during which the tissue is removed from the uterus and sent to pathology for further evaluation is in order. ...Read more
Will a uterine ablation help pain and heavy bleeding from fibroids..I have that option or a hysterectomy. 41 years old..No children. Severely anemic.
UFE: Have you consulted with an interventional radiologist regarding uterine fibroid embolization (ufe)? This procedure is usually a great option for women with symptomatic fibroids. It is minimally invasive (tiny incision in your groin) and treats fibroids in any portion of your uterus, not just ones that can be reached through the uterine cavity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can the normal limits of the endometrial thickness be determined when i bleed 25 days a month, (5 mm at age 39)w/ history endometriosis&ovarian cysts?
Evaluation : It is not normal to bleed 25 days a month and the endometrial lining is expected to be thin since you are shedding the lining each time that you bleed. Once your obgyn will determine the underlying cause of your bleeding and your cycles will return to be normal then you can evaluate the thickness of the lining. The best time to evaluate the lining is prior to ovulation. ...Read more
Yes.: Postmenopausal bleeding is a symptom of endometrial cancer, but it can also indicate a number of other causes. Sometimes it can be due to a thinned lining of the uterus, which can bleed b/c it is fragile and unstable; can be due to certain tumors of the ovary. It can be due to infections of the vagina. It can be due to vaginal tears. But it definitely requires evaluation by the gynecologist. ...Read more
Diagnosed with stage 4 rectal cancer at age of 85.Bleeding from rectum with clots.If unable to stop bleeding , approximately how long to live?
Depends: It is difficult to speculate how long someone lives without knowing the full details of your disease and factors about yourself. Even if stage iv, treatments that can improve your quality of life are very viable options. This can include radiation therapy to help control bleeding, etc. For cancer, it is best to have a multidisciplinary team (doctors from different specialities) weigh in. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The absence of menstrual periods for 12 months. During menopause, the ovaries stop producing estrogen and progesterone. After the complete transition into menopause, women can no longer get pregnant. The average age for menopause is 51 years old. Symptoms include dry vaginal tissue, irregular periods, hot flashes, mood ...Read more
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