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Cervix Stenosis Surgery Iui
Is surgery needed for c4-5acute hern. w/migration & moderate stenosis & cord pressure? c5-7 already fused. Thx.
Intrauterine insemination (iui) is where fresh or frozen partner or donor sperm is prepared or 'washed' to increase the sperm quality then gently injected through your cervix after a speculum exam, like a pap smear exam. It should be painless or cause mild cramping only. Iui helps with mild to moderate sperm problems. Iui preparations should have at least 2 million moving ...Read more
Trying to conceive 2yrs, ages 29, all fertility tests normal. Ov.Reserve 11 and had minor endo surgery 2yrs ago.Iui this cycle. Do I have a chance?
I'm 14 days past iui. Pregnancy test negative today. But, i'm having low soft cervix. Could i still be pregnant?
Check again: You might want to check again in 48 hrs. ...Read more
My cervix is low and dailated 2cm and uncomfortable and am not pregnant i had early abortion last month after my third try of iui?
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Doc adv iui.Man sperm is to thick.Process includes sperm washing and protein added.This possible for me to do the same at home w/water w/out in cervix?
Can tampon (mostly) or douching (rarely) caused hydrosalphinx? I don't have any std, never miscarry, never had surgery, iui, or trauma in pelvic area.
No: Tampons and douching cannot cause hydrosalpinx. Hydrosalpinx is commonly caused by an old infection in the fallopian tubes. These infections may be caused by a sexually transmitted disease (pid). Other causes include previous surgery (particularly surgeries on the tube) or severe adhesions of your pelvis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ive had s disc extrusion at c3-c/4 that was small in2012 and large indenting cord in 2014 with severe stenosis chances it will heal without surgery?
Ask to see the image: I suggest you ask the surgeon to show you the old and new images so that you can see the "obvious" difference between the old and new images. If the disc is indeed compressing your cord and you have cord compression symptoms (numbness, weakness, unsteadiness, bowel/bladder symptoms, etc) then you will need surgery. Many times the read on the MRI is exaggerated and it is important to compare pics ...Read more
Technically yes but: People are born with a small, medium or large spinal canal. Spinal stenosis is when the canal is too narrow for nerves resulting in compression. Canals narrow with time due to degeneration. By age 60, 20% have by imaging stenosis but not necessarily symptoms. Other causes are: congenital v acquired due to - fracture, herniation, tumor, fat, instability. Most are treated without surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Decompressive ones: You need to open up the spinal canal to free the nerve tissues. This can be done directly and in some cases indirectly when correcting deformities and disc height. Typical surgeries include: laminectomy with or without a fusion, laminoplasty, anterior cervical discetomies or corpectomies with fusion, xlif procedures and other types of similar surgeries done minimally invasive. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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