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Adenomyosis Of The Uterus
Adenomyosis-large cysts and uterus is boggy and very large is there anything that makes an impact besides menopause and hysterectomy?
Possibly: Perhaps you can get relief of symptoms by using birthcontrol pills or from lupron. You need to speak with a doctor, probably have an ultrasound to assess. I'd be happy to see you if you are interested. If you are premenopausal. We are in tarzana (san fernando valley). 818 344-8522. ...Read more
Am female 27 yrs old i have adenomyosis in uterus , l had 3 faild IVF ,my question is there is atreatment for adenomyosis ?
No: Endometrial glandular development interdigitating within the uterine musculature enlarges the uterus and can cause heavy menstrual bleeding due to a "wringing out the sponge effect" at the time of the period. There is no known "cure" for this condition except hysterectomy at this time. ...Read more
Adenomyosis. My uterus is large, bloggy, etc. I've had seriously heavy periods (but pretty regular) past few years. Suddenly 2 months with no period. ?
Irregular periods : Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections & hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test . There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
I've been diagnosed with mild adenomyosis, and have a retroverted uterus. Will my symptoms get worse over time?
My wife has an enlarged uterus.Seeked several advices 4 of them said its fibroid n 1 said its adenomyosis.Wondering what can I do to determine? Tqvm.:)
Will my uterus shrink after menopause, I have very painful adenomyosis which presses on my bladder.?
What does a "solitary cyst in the left kidney" and a "solitary enlarged uterus with focal adenomyosis" mean?
Ultrasound or MRI?: Usually nothing if you have no abnormal bleeding or pain. An enlarged uterus can be normal after childbirth (dimensions?), and adenomyosis is simply endometrium (uterine lining) growing into the muscular layer (also called endometriosis interna). Both may be normal for you & can be followed by ultrasound along with your renal cyst. See your doc if you are having problems & good luck. ...Read more
No.: Progesterone is personally my favorite hormone in that there is a lesser risk for blood clots, and it helps smoothen and thin out your endometrial lining so that it may perhaps help improve with the heavy bleeding you may be experiencing. The only way to confirm (with 100% confidence) adenomyosis by the way is after a hysterectomy (removal of uterus). Mri/other imaging tests may only suggest it. ...Read more
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