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Cervical Tear Symptoms
I have had diarrhea x1 year post delivery of my 3rd child with no answer from any md. I had a cervical tear and hemorrhaging during delivery.
See details: Diarrhea is likely unrelated to the delivery. See a gastroenterologist for a complete evaluation. ...Read more
Delivery?: It's coming for there to be a tear on the cervix after delivery, but are you speaking about a tear on the cervix when you haven't a just delivered a child? That could be due to trauma secondary to intercourse. Or it could mean the cervix is friable due to infection. An examine your doctor seems warranted. ...Read more
All eventually have: Age related degeneration of spine termed spondylosis but not all get symptoms which when can range from stiffness, decreasing neck motion, cracking/clicking, neck ache/pain, headache up back of head to even radiating pain to arm (s) with or without neurologic symptoms: numbness/tingling or even weakess if nerve compression to even more significant problems related to cord compression-myleopathy. ...Read more
I found out yesterday that I have an aggravated/enlarged cervix. What can I do or what needs to be done? The symptoms and pain don't go away.
Seek Clarification: The terms enlarged and aggravated are not clear or medically sound. If aggravated means that you have cervicitis then that is treated with antibiotics and testing to determine the infectious cause. I am not sure why you would be told your cervix is enlarged. The size of the cervix is highly variable from person to person and not clinically relevant. It would not indicate a problem. ...Read more
Radiculopathy: Depending on the level, patients have neck- and/or arm pain and possibly tingling, numbness and sometimes weakness too in the biceps, triceps and the muscles around the wrist and hands. A good examination with strength testing and provocative testing usually gives clues, but an MRI scan is best to determine the source of the problem... Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Early stages of cervical cancer will more than likely have not symptoms. The earlies symptoms may be post coital (after sex) bleeding. There may be a discharge and it could be foul. Frank bleeding may occur with frank cervical cancer. One may have some utering cramping and a feeling of pelvic fullness with more advance cancer. Don't let it get that far, get yearly pap smears and gyn exams. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is cervical polyps and what are the symptoms and causes? And how is it treated? I have infrequent bleeding and I think I have cervical polyps!
Removal: Cerivcal polyps are almost always benign, but we still recommend their removal. They are easy for a gynecologist to remove, so be sure to see a doctor so the polyp can be sent to a pathologist and confirm the bleeding isn't pre-cancer or cancer. The symptoms are most commonly bleeding after intercourse, or heavy bleeding or intermittant breakthrough bleeding. We don't know why they form. ...Read more
Bleeding and pain.:
Early cervical cancer generally produces no signs or symptoms. As the cancer progresses, the following signs and symptoms of more advanced cervical cancer may appear:
vaginal bleeding after intercourse, between periods or after menopause. Watery, bloody vaginal discharge that may be heavy and have a foul odor. Pelvic pain or pain during intercourse. ...Read more
Location: Its a part of your body, not a diagnosis in particular. You should ask your doctor what is the exact diagnosis. ...Read more