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What is main cause of uterine spasms?

What is main cause of uterine spasms?

Irritation : Ectopic pregnancy, gas pains, endometrial or uterine cancer, vaginitis (inflamed red itchy vagina) , cervicitis (pelvic pain, bloody or yellow vaginal discharge), uterine fibroids, foreign object in vagina, premature labor, trauma or injury, menstrual cramps. ...Read more

Uterus (Definition)

The uterus is a muscular organ in a woman's pelvis where the the fertilized egg attaches ...Read more


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What is uterine leiomyoma cause?

What is uterine leiomyoma cause?

Often nothing: Uterine leiomyomas (aka fibroids) are the most common pelvic tumor in women. They are often found incidentally and cause no symptoms. We call these fibroids "passengers" because they ride in the uterus and do not need any treatment. Women that have symptoms often complain of heavy menstrual flow, pelvic pain, or increased urinary frequency. ...Read more

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What causes a uterine polyps to grow?

What causes a uterine polyps to grow?

Unpredictable: One can not predict the growth of a uterine polyp. They respond to female hormones but the growth pattern can not be predicted. They are easy to remove with a hysteroscopic resection. ...Read more

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What causes a thin uterine lining?

Thin lining: At certain times of your cycle the lining is thin - immediately after your period. Estrogen thickens/ grows the uterine lining. A low amount of estrogen production will result in a thin lining. The most common thing that causes a thin lining in young women is hormonal contraceptives (pills, depo, mirena, (levonorgestrel) NuvaRing ). Here, it is normal and not an indication of any problem. ...Read more

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What are the causes of precancerous changes of the uterine lining?

What are the causes of precancerous changes of the uterine lining?

Excess estrogen: Your ovaries make estrogen every month and stimulate growth in the uterine lining. After ovulation they make Progesterone that matures the lining and prepares it for pregnancy. So, ovulation matures and sheds your lining every month and results on regular predictable periods. Pcos or perimenopause can result in prolonged missed ovulation and sometimes precancer. ...Read more

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Can uterine polyps cause pain?

Can uterine polyps cause pain?

it can cause pain: It's possible to have uterine polyps without signs or symptoms. Symptoms include: irregular menstrual bleeding, bleeding between menstrual periods, excessively heavy menstrual periods, vaginal bleeding after menopause, and infertility. Thank you for question. ...Read more

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What are the possible causes of uterine infections?

What are the possible causes of uterine infections?

Bacteria: Uterine infections are usually ascending stds or else associated with foreign bodies in the uterus, such as an iud (rare with modern iuds). ...Read more

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What causes uterine cancer?

What causes uterine cancer?

Cause of cancer: is something very much debated about by experts. Focus on overall health and a good relationship w/your doctor so that you can be monitored and treated early if needed. It is generally agreed that cancer cells love sugar and dislike oxygen so lifestyles to keep that in my can be helpful for overall health. Peace and good health. Genes are a factor but not the whole picture. ...Read more

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What causes Uterine fibroids?

What causes Uterine fibroids?

Nobody knows.: Uterine fibroids are benign growths of the uterus, but rarely they can turn into malignant tumors (sarcoma!) Nobody knows the cause of any tumors including fibroids. ...Read more

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What can cause uterine infections?

What can cause uterine infections?

Usually bacteria: The lining of the uterus is a perfect substrate for bacteria to grow. In the lab they use blood agar to culture bacteria and the inside of the uterus is similar. Any bacteria that gets from the vagina into the uterus can begin to grow and set up an infection in the uterus. Frequently these are sexually transmitted but not always. Infection can also happen after a c/section or vaginal delivery. ...Read more