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Causes Of Uterine Tenderness
Tenderness in the uterus, been to the doctor already...no infections or stds. I'm on Depo-Provera could this cause those side effects?
Probably not: The Depo does not have uterine tenderness as a side effect. You need to discuss this further with your MD. ...Read more
What can cause unbearable sharp pain in my stomach? They are very irregular and I am not constipated. My uterus is also extremely sore, not on period.
See below: Please get evaluated by your primary care provider and take things from there. Good luck! ...Read more
Been having sharp pain in my uterus worse under my c-section scar it also feels sore when I stand up and sit down what may be the cause? Not on period
In woman w/pof, can thick uterus lining cause ovul. Symptms like eggwhite mucus, PMS symptms like sore breasts, then mild cramps/slight brown dschrge?
Other way around: Ovulation can cause thick uterine lining and the other symptoms. It's not the thick lining that causes the ovulation. We used to think that women with pof never ovulated again. But more recent research shows that they will have random spontaneous ovulations more often that we thought possible. ...Read more
If my tubes have been tied 12 years, and the birth control I'm on to control my periods has little higher estrogen in it would that cause my uterus to feel tighter and my breast to b sore swollen and leaking?
Hormones: Your symptoms need to be evaluated and may be related to your meds. ...Read more
Mirena (levonorgestrel) 4 2 yrs w/sore c-section area during period w/ mild lower back pain. Feels like strained muscle pain. Caused by swelling of cervix/uterus?
Get an OBGYN consult: It sounds like you need to visit your OB/GYN right away. You may need to have a cervical exam, pap, r/o uterine process such as fibroids or endometriosis. The Mirena (levonorgestrel) should be working better so best that your OB/GYN rules out contraindications and makes sure your symptoms are better controlled. Low back pain may or may not be unrelated. Talk to your GP doctor about it. Good luck. ...Read more
Is it normal to have uterine tenderness a year after ceserean? Doesn't hurt unless it's pressed on. I'm still nursing and my u/s came back normal.
Doubt: Most likely it is your abdominal wall that is tender, not your uterus ...Read more
Infection: It sounds like you may be developing a bladder infection or a pelvic infection. Either way you should see your doctor. ...Read more
I had uterine srgry 2 weeks ago with ddavp (desmopressin). Started with severe pain in calf, tender to touch points. 2 ultrasounds neg. Could they both miss clot?
Yes: Get another scan if symptoms persist. Try to wait 7-10 days after last scan. Also make sure place you get scanned is certified. ...Read more
I took soy isoflavones toward the end of my period it has helped my hot flashes. Now, cycle day 12 I have breast and uterine tenderness is that normal?
Freq urination, creamy d/c no burn/itch, bloated, gas, constipated, neg hpt 'til late 1st tri, breast tenderness, poss. Uterine palpations, multipara/gravida?
Very confusing. What: Jungle of phrases unconnected. No clear question stated. Please try to compose yourself and in clarifying your own thoughts better you will help us solve your particular problems. ...Read more
Can my uterus flip during an orgasim and cause extreme pain? If so would it cause bloating and soreness? If not would could it have been?
Many things: What you describe could be caused by many things. I would suggest you contact your regular doctor for an examination. ...Read more
Trying to conceive. 2nd period post D&C due tomorrow. Neg preg test. Sharp pinching/uterine cramps x1 week. No sore breasts or PMS symptoms like usual?
I had a baby via c/s a yr ago. 6 mos after my uterus became tender. I'm nursing; tenderness goes away wk after period and then comes back. U/s clear.?
C/s: Your symptoms may be related to some scar tissue associated with your C-section scar. Since ultrasound is clear and I guess no visible massNoted then your symptoms may be associated with a thin lower uterine segment as well. Another concern can be in incision there may be endometriosis. So consult your physician ...Read more
Why would the area where my uterus is feel tender to the touch? I had what I thought was my period but it only lasted 2 days and was light.
I had painful uterus pain earlier after the pain stopped all my abdomen feel sore & tender is it because of the same reason Cus of my uterus pain!?
Possibly: You would benefit from an exam and possible ultrasound to see possible causes. ...Read more
I am 21 years old and I have the copper IUD. Recently I've had terrible pains in my lower abdomin and my uterus feels very tender. Any suggestions?
Need Ultrasound: IUD's can move. They can perforate. They can cause infection. My regimen is, ultrasound to identify location. Remove if not properly placed. PID treatment of Levoquin and Flagyl for properly placed IUD's. Persistent pain without other cause requires removal of the IUD. I have fixed 100 % of pain that way. ...Read more
Sharp pelvic pain w/nausea, sweat, & dizziness. Dr says tender cervix & enlrgd uterus. Went for ultrasound & OBG in a few days. What could this be?
A few ideas: Sharp pain with nausea etc., could be a sign of endometriosis or adenomyosis, especially with enlarged uterus and tender cervix. Could also be an infection like endometritis or STD. The approach for these are hormonal and antibiotics, respectively. Both are a little tricky to diagnose as well. Make sure you're not pregnant or dehydrated, first. Doctor may recommend a biopsy to diagnose. ...Read more
You should see your Doctor for exam and consult to
find out what your body is doing. ...Read more
I am having cramps and tender breasts but, no period. The cramps are sharp pains in my uterus area and no back pain. Should I be concerned?
Why fluid in uterus? I'm 24. ER for cramps, low back pain, tender breasts white milky discharge, doc said discharge was normal but fluid in uterus
No: Unless you have infection in it or surrounding tissue. ...Read more
No: Midcycle or ovulatory pain (doctors sometimes use the word mittelschmerz) is variable both from woman to woman and from month to month in the same individual. It always comes from the ovary (right or left) and is therefore one sided. (the uterus is a midline structure). It typically is brief (one day or less), responds to any pain medication (acetaminophen, tylenol etc.) and has no lasting impact. ...Read more