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Conceiving With Prolapse Uterus
Proceed with caution: Your uterus is a true double uterus. Your doctor can perform an hsg to determine the sizes of each horn. This abnormality carries a risk of early and recurrent miscarriages, also the possibility of a breach pregnancy in addition to endometriosis related infertility. The kidneys need to be evaluated also for abnormalities since they develop at the same time as the uterus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Likely not: I answered the question about third degree prolapse and infertility. Here is the case report of surgical correction of uterine prolapse, resulting in the ability to conceive. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3939225/ Normally, uterine prolapse is not a cause of infertility Here is more info on uterine prolapse: http://www.houstonfertilityspecialist.com/articles/art_uterine_prolapse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Always an issue with: recurrent &/or chronic ?es in intra-abdominal pressure inducing the uterus to descend through the large bony pelvis opening through the pelvic diaphragm muscles which cross the opening, typically larger in women than men. Spina bifida may compromise muscle control/contraction. Study: both "Clinical Anatomy " & "Abnormalities of Pelvic Support" on glowm.com & other anatomy websites for some basics. ...Read more
Not likely..: The ovaries are quite small and surgical removal/missing one should not affect the positions of other internal organs, thus not likely to predispose the woman to prolapsed-uterus. If you have trouble down there, please consult doc for an eval. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
70 yr woman who had hysterectomy with removal of ovaries & uterus,diagnosed with congestive heart failure,liver enlarged+abd ascites.CA125= 341.Why?
Possible pelvic mass had total hyst with removal of fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix and ovaries. Should i be worried?
No, not really: Adenomyosis is when the lining cells of the uterus are located just deep to the lining (but still within the uterus). It can be thought of as endometriosis of the uterus. Hysterectomy would remove this. Almost all fibroids are in the uterus also and would be removed with hysterectomy, although there are fibroids on rare occasions outside the uterus which could be missed/reoccur but very rare. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
U/S shows 7cm hypoechoic mass/endometrioma on ovary, prominent uterus, irregular endocavity, polyps .. history of endometriosis. is hysterectomy next?
Limited data: There appears to be limited data in regards to uterine prolapse and fertility. There are case reports of uterine prolapse reportedly causing primary infertility, where the infertility was resolved by surgically fixing the prolapse. But many women are able to pregnant even with a prolapsed uterus. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Normal sized anteverted uterus with thickened endometrium ovarian cysts, bilateralsonogramof the cervix?
More: More info needed to answer any questions. ...Read more
Possibly...: Uterine prolapse during pregnancy is very uncommon however it can cause a variety of urinary tract symptoms and in severe cases without proper management can put both the mother and the baby at risk. With proper management, successful pregnancies are often very possible. It's important to discuss your concerns and plans for management with your OB as early in the pregnancy as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Although vaginal childbirth is a big risk factor for prolapse, there are other risk factors such as chronic straining from constipation, chronic coughing, or heavy work or anything that increases intra-abdominal pressure. There may be genetic predisposition also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Largefundal fibroid with ovarian cyst and endometrial thickenng lots of pain bleeding and dysuria nd swelling query laparosopic myomectomy recommeded?
Maybe: Since I am unaware of your total history and physical, I am loathed to "recommend" any procedure without it. It sounds like you have multiple problems that need resolution. ...Read more
I think...: ...Putting the mesh on in the first place was to enable you to be pregnant again; but you need to discuss this with the original surgeon who knows the details of the operation. ...Read more
No.: Progesterone is personally my favorite hormone in that there is a lesser risk for blood clots, and it helps smoothen and thin out your endometrial lining so that it may perhaps help improve with the heavy bleeding you may be experiencing. The only way to confirm (with 100% confidence) adenomyosis by the way is after a hysterectomy (removal of uterus). Mri/other imaging tests may only suggest it. ...Read more
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