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Abnormal Cervix Position
Unchanged: I'm quessing that you mean tilted cervix and are trying to conceive. You can still conceive in any position and do not need to use any particular position. Sperm are very good at swimming and finding their way in if they are in the neighborhood! Hope this helps and you have a beautiful little one soon. ...Read more
Cone biopsy.: This is done after Acetic Acid is put on the cervix to show the affected area (s). It/they show up as white patch/patches which are then all removed with a biopsy, like a cone biopsy. This is then examined under a microscope to determine if it is malignant. ...Read more
Cervix position: Not much unless there is spying displacing it. ...Read more
Depends on how abn: They are sometimes u do not do anything if they are not taht bad, sometimes u may ned a leep of the cervix. ...Read more
More information: Really need more information. If the cervix is thin may have problems carrying baby to term. But need for you to tell me more ...Read more
Varies: With all the information we now have about hpv--we know if you test negative for hpv, you can safely go 2-3 yrs before another pap needed. Most dysplasia (abnormal cells)-if mild or moderate, will revert back to normal--but you need to make sure of this. Severe pre-cancerous changes are treated aggressively. I have seen cancer in women who have been lax on pap for 5 years-normal 5 years ago! ...Read more
Position: The position of your cervix is dependent on your uterus. As you get older, your uterus may shift in position, and if it rolls forward, it can pull your cervix farther back and up. This is not unusual. Reach in deeper, and you should be able to feel it. ...Read more
Should probably: Have cervical biopsiesGet a more detailed answer ›
What did the person: Who found the abnormal cells say? Did you ask that person to explain your findings? You can have cervical pre- cancer which is called dysplasia, there are numerous articlesonline that u can read about it but call you doctor as your doc should explain exactly what you have and what you are supposed to do for followup or treatment depending on exactly what you have, also could be chronic cer. ...Read more
No -but it happens: It sounds like you have a condition of prolapse of the uterus. The ligaments that hold the uterus become weakened and stretched and the cervix & uterus can become displaced much lower in the vagina. If it causes pain or problems for you, there are treatments (typically surgery or pessaries) that may be able to help. ...Read more
Cd 9, checked cervix for position and began bleeding, bright red, it's been 4hrs, and still bleeding. Is this normal, position is low.?
Cervix bleeding: Sounds like you are pregnant and had your cervix checked, bleeding can happen at the time of the examination, but now it has been 4 hours and if it is still bright red blood that means it is still bleeding. You should call the hospital and arrange to be seen to make sure you and the baby are okay. ...Read more
When I received my pap she said I was swollen inside and my cervixs had done something what could that be she could not clamp it into position?
Sorry: Your question does not offer enough information for an informed response. Consider rephrasing it. ...Read more
Should I trust my BBT chart (it shows ovulation) even if my cervix position doesn't quite match? I have taken them at the same time every morning.
Ovulation kit: If you want to know if you are ovulating simply buy an over the counter ovulaton kit available at any pharmacy. Technology has evolved where you no longer have to guess or use notoriously unreliable methods like bbt. ...Read more
I have a tilted cervix is there a good position to try to get pregnant or should I just do the normal sex positions? Also when is the best time totry
Sex position: There was a time in gynecologic history where we would do surgery to bring the uterus and cervix in an up-right position thinking that would make the woman conceive more readily in a missionary position. We don't do this surgery any more, because we now think that sex position does not make a difference in a woman's capability to conceive. ...Read more
Conization: As it sounds, is a three dimensional cone of surgically removed tissue, shaving away the abnormal cells on cervix surface and up the endocervial canal. ...Read more
Yes, a pap smear is a routine screening test recommended for all females of certain age groups.
During a pap smear, your physician swabbed your cervix and has sent the specimen to the pathologist who will assess for the presence of any abnormal cells. Speak to your doctor about the test results. ...Read more
Colposcopy exam: Women with both abnormal pap test results and positive high risk hpv dna testing results should usually be referred for colposcopy. This is a procedure in which a doc or other provider examines the cervix with a magnifying lens and may perform biopsies of certain areas of the cervix to both diagnose and treat hpv related disease of the cervix. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Abnormal pap smear: You need to closely follow till it clears up. ...Read more
Would it be unusual or concerning for my cervix to still hurt during sex a year after a leap surgery?
No: See your doctor for an exam.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have abnormal cells on my cervix but they have stayed the same over the past year. Could this make me infertile?
Not likely: Unless there is accompanying infectionGet a more detailed answer ›
Can the cervix grow back/go back to full strength after a laser cone removal of CIN grade 2 moderate abnormal cell changes procedure? Thx
Conization: The risk of preterm delivery is increased after a laser conization. You may interpret the fact that not a l l women after a laser conization experience preterm deliveries as an indication that in these cases the cervix grew back to full strength. There is no test available that would tell in advance if the cervix regained full strength. ...Read more
Can I still become pregnant with an open cervix? I'm 20 & had a child 2 years ago. Sometimes it feel open it depends on the position im checking it
It may be: In may be possible to get pregnant, but you need to get an official Gynecological exam to determine the exact condition of your cervix, as checking your cervix yourself is not recommended. Best wishes. ...Read more
My cervix is low and I can feel it as soon as I put my fingers up there and it is off to the side in a upward or sideways position what does it mean?
You may have pelvic: Relaxation or what as known as "pelvic descent" especially if you have had prior pregnancies or any injuries to the pelvic muscles. Some women also have a shallow vagina, but if this is new for you, you need a pelvic exam. It's a common issue for women after giving birth, and if there are problems with bowel or bladder function this should be addressed by GYN. There are other possibilities. SeeGyn ...Read more
I'm ttc and I was wondering what position should my cervix be in and feel like right before my period?
Don't: I recommend strongly against checking your cervix: it's hard to do accurately yourself and doesn't actually tell you anything useful about your cycle: beware of message board advice. ...Read more
Ask him/her: The MD who examined you and told you that your cervix is irregular is the one to obtain an answer to your question as they will know what was intended by their statement. ...Read more
I got abnormal cervix cell 4 years ago, I don't attend the regular test, now I start to have a little blood in vaginal discharge, is this normal?
Unknown: If you had an abnormal pap smear 4 year ago then you are way over due to have a repeat test to make sure all is ok. Whether or not this is related to your bleeding is unknown. You can have the bloody discharge evaluated when you go in for the pap. ...Read more
14 months ago I had abnormal cells taken away from my cervix, when I went for my pap test on friday I was told that it had not healed why is this
Healed: Of course your surgery site has healed. That would have happened within 6 weeks of the biopsy/surgery. Depending on the surgery, your cervix may appear very different now. It will still work just fine. Sometimes the cervix heals with multiple superficial blood vessels. This is ok, but does look unusual to someone who does not see a lot of this. A consultant gynecologist would be the best judge. ...Read more
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