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Kidney pain, chills, fever. Had urine culture. Result: bacterial infection. But, where is infection? Bladder? Kidney? Bacterial UTI?

Kidney pain, chills, fever. Had urine culture. Result: bacterial infection. But, where is infection? Bladder? Kidney? Bacterial UTI?

Kidney I bet: Probably ascended from the bladder. Ask your physician about whether there is anything you can do to prevent future infections, or whether there may be an underlying problem putting you at risk. ...Read more

Dr. Cynthia Bergmann
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Infection Of The Uterus (Definition)

Endometritis is an infection in the uterus. It can be caused by many different types of bacteria. It usually presents with lower abdominal pain, abnormal foul smelling discharge, and fever. It can occur following pregnancy and is often seen in women who had a prolonged period of time of ruptured membranes prior to delivery. It is also seen in women remote from ...Read more


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Fetal lung fluid & urine make amniotic fluid, right? So what caused oligohydramnios?

Fetal lung fluid & urine make amniotic fluid, right? So what caused oligohydramnios?

Decreased perfusion: Oligo can be either loss of fluid or decreased production. A stressed infant will shunt oxygenated blood to more vital organs, less renal perfusion, therefore less urine produced. Anything that decreases placental perfusion can cause it (abruption or placental separation, poor implantation, vascular problems, clots, uterine abnls, etc). There are too many causes to list here, ask your ob. ...Read more

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What cause placenta infection?

What cause placenta infection?

Multiple Causes: Placental infections can be caused from multiple organisms. Some are part of a woman's normal reproductive tract while others are transmitted and cause disease. Infections are often with multiple organisms including e. Coli, streptococcus, ureaplasma fusobacterium, mycoplasma species, and anaerobes. ...Read more

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Can vaginal candidiasis or yeast infections damage fallopian tubes?

Can vaginal candidiasis or yeast infections damage fallopian tubes?

No damage to tubes: The yeast that causes vaginal candidiasis will not spread up from your vagina through your cervix and upper genital organs. The infections that can cause damage to your fallopian tubes are sexually transmitted infections such as gonorrhea and chlamydia. ...Read more

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If amniotic sac is intact during vaginal delivery or c section, Are chances of AMniotic Fluid Embolisim basically zero chance?

If amniotic sac is intact during vaginal delivery or c section, Are chances of AMniotic Fluid Embolisim basically zero chance?

Yes: Actually, AFE is quite a rare event and, to a degree, independent of a patient's ruptured status. The general idea is that there is a breech and/or permeability of the of the natural blood-amniotic barriers. This allows products of pregnancy to, unaturally, enter the maternal circulation and cause catatrophic events (primarily in the lungs), culminating in death, oftentimes. ...Read more

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Could a retained placenta cause infection?

Could a retained placenta cause infection?

Sure.: Any retained non-viable tissue can be a nidus for infection and clotting. See your ob/gyn to address such an issue! ...Read more

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How does meconium stain amniotic fluid causes amniotic fluid embolism?

How does meconium stain amniotic fluid causes amniotic fluid embolism?

It does not!: Meconium passage in utero is common and generally without consequence provided there is no fetal distress. Amniotic fluid embolism is a very rare but almost always lethal maternal complication of late pregnancy. The two conditions are unrelated. ...Read more

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Premature labor, endometritis, pelvic abscess. Can I have another baby later?

Premature labor, endometritis, pelvic abscess. Can I have another baby later?

Yes - but..: You may have pelvic adhesive disease and scarred endometrium. These could increase the risk of infertility and ectopic pregnancy or even miscarriage and preterm birth in future pregnancies. See an infertility specialist if unsuccessful in getting pregnant after 3-6 months and a maternal-fetal specialist if successful. Take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily and best of luck! ...Read more

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What is the difference between intrauterine infection, chorioamnionitis and fetal infection?

What is the difference between intrauterine infection, chorioamnionitis and fetal infection?

Constipation: Whether given alone or in conjunction with other juices, the desired effect will be similar. In addition to giving more fiber, there is also an increase in the amount of fluids. The more fiber and fluids is consumed, the better the outcome in treating constipation. ...Read more

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Leaking watery fluid or yeast infection? 32 weeks pregnant. What's this mean?

GET IT CHECKED: You should get it checked by your gynecologist.Yeast infection does not cause leaking of watery fluid, it causes whitish cheesy vaginal discharge.Clear fluid can be leaking of amniotic fluid and that needs to be checked asap. See your obstetrician. ...Read more

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Can u leak amniotic fluid at 35 weeks of pregnancy?

Can u leak amniotic fluid at 35 weeks of pregnancy?

Yes, call OB: Call your obstetrician, could be premature rupture of membranes, infection, trauma, other things. ...Read more

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Can an untreated vaginal yeast infection lead to a systemic yeast infection in the fetus or uterus?

Can an untreated vaginal yeast infection lead to a systemic yeast infection in the fetus or uterus?

Unlikely: It is unusual for a fetus to get a systemic yeast infection. It is extremely rare for yeast to infect the inside of the uterus and cause problems. ...Read more

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Can a vaginal yeast infection cause pelvic inflammatory disease?

Can a vaginal yeast infection cause pelvic inflammatory disease?

No, but be careful: Yeast doesn't cause PID. However, the symptoms of yeast infection and STDs that can lead to PID often are similar. Therefore, it is very possible for a woman who thinks she has a yeast infection to get PID. If you suspect a yeast infection or have any symptoms like vaginal discharge, irritation, or odor -- and certainly if you have PID symptoms like PID -- see a doctor ASAP. Good luck! ...Read more

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Can bacterial vaginosis or an UTI cause an infection of the uterus?

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No: Bv is not really an infection (a common misconception) hence vaginosis, not vaginitis, and the urinary tract is not directly connected with the uterus. ...Read more

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Transvag-us done findings -bilateral hydrosalpinx. Uterus - linear cavity, small amount of endometrial fluid - no chance of std. Meaning? Malignancy?

Transvag-us done findings -bilateral hydrosalpinx. Uterus - linear cavity, small amount of endometrial fluid - no chance of std. Meaning? Malignancy?

Probably not: Hydrosalpinx could mean previous infection or other process blocing tubes(previou surgery) unusal to have bilateral cancer in the tubes.. Very rare to have cancer in the tubes. ...Read more

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Can normal seperation of placenta during birth cause Amniotic Fluid Embolisim?

Can normal seperation of placenta during birth cause Amniotic Fluid Embolisim?

Very rare event: Amniotic fluid embolism is a very rare event occurring in about 1/50,000 deliveries. The exact cause in unknown. ...Read more

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Can a UTI or kidney infection cause vaginal bleeding?

Can a UTI or kidney infection cause vaginal bleeding?

UTI and bleeding: A UTI can cause blood in the urine, due irritation of the bladder, but not vaginal bleeding. If the blood is only visible with urination, it could be the bladder. Kidney or urinary tract stones can also cause blood in the urine. If you are having vaginal bleeding, like a period, that flows while you are not urinating, then it would not be related to UTI. ...Read more

Dr. John Botti
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Amniotic Fluid Infection (Definition)

Intra-amniotic infection (formerly called chorioamnionitis) is infection of the chorion, amnion, amniotic fluid, placenta, or a combination. Infection increases risk of obstetric complications and problems in the fetus and neonate. Symptoms include fever, uterine tenderness, foul-smelling vaginal discharge, and ...Read more


Dr. Gary Sandler
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Infection (Definition)

Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more