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I had my fertilized eggs implanted 8 days ago...i have an occasional pinch feeling (like a pin prick) in my uteris area. Is this normal?
Ans: Well really hard to tell way to early. Just rest don't do a lot of lifting of strenuous work. Follow up with your doctor and time will tell. Good luck to you. I hope all goes as planned. ...Read more
Fiborids: Fibroids that distort the cavity of the uterus usually affect fertility, otherwise they usually not, although its controversial if these fibroids need to be removed at all (exception if the are blocking the tubes, cervix, etc) or a vital structure (ureters, etc). They can be removed with different techniques depending on location with hysteroscopy, laparoscopy, robotic and via laparotomy (open). ...Read more
Is it possible for a womens uteris to die, shrivel up and fall out of her vagina on it's own? Can this happen at home or is this something that would have to be surgically removed?
Women : Women can develop uterine prolapse in which the uterus falls into the vagina. This can sometimes be taken care of with a pessary; a device placed in the vagina to support the uterus. Procidentia is the extreme of this condition where a large part or the entirety of the cervix and uterus protrude outside the vagina. In these cases surgery is usually required. This can be a dangerous condition as other organs can be damaged and infections or other problems can develop and the patient should see a gynecologist promptly. ...Read more
Sister is 6 mo. Preg saw dr. Said her uteris is lrg the baby has grown a lot has way 2 much fluid, specalist never called today?
Numbers: At 6 months, reason for concern would be if the baby was measuring > 2 weeks bigger than it's due date. Also, it's helpful to know how much fluid is 'too much'. Polyhydramnios happens at 20-25cm of fluid. Sometimes this can be due to diabetes, other times due to blockages in baby. Most important is to find out what cause of excess fluid may be. She may or may not need specialist --> answers. ...Read more
The uteris is not shedding the egg and I am having very bad pain in my pelvis area what could this be? It hurt so bad i did not let my chiro adjust
How bad is it?: If severe, go to er asap. Is the pain on the surface or deep in the abdomen? Does it come and go or change with coughing? Does it move? Does it radiate anywhere else? What makes it worse? Activity? Eating? Did u injure yourself? Is it improving or worsening or the same.Other symptoms? Fevers? Chills? Change in bowel movements? If not severe, make an appt with a real md or Gyne, not chiro ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why does it hurt when I have sex? When i hwve sex it hurts, it feels like my boyfriend "hits" something in there.....Its very frustrateing......Could it be serious...Something with my cervix or uteris.....Something in there is not right.......The pain als
This : This is something that warrants a medical evaluation. Your doctor will take a detailed history and perform a pelvic exam and any diagnostic tests deemed necessary. You could be dealing with a cervical lesion like a polyp or a tumor. It could be infectious, foreign body (i.E tampon or condom, etc.) the only way to find out is by having a thorough work up. Good luck. ...Read more
Hard painful lumps on both sides of my uteris also swallon pelvic area and severe pain when urinating?
I am 44 & faced with problems of fibroids in uteris causing irregular bleeding. Want to wait till menupause against doctors advice of uterine emboliza?
Ultrasound showed 15 mm uteris lining.23 year old 5 months Post partum ,breastfeeding and have gotten 3 normal regular peroids (My first ultrasound 4mo ago also showed 14 mm lining)i also have 1 ovay?
I hav a myoma uteri(im w/ sm & ss measuring 3.6x3.8x3.4cm @ anterior fundal area.Uterus is anteverted(8.2x5.1x4.6cm), cervix 2.7x2.4x2.4cm. Wt wil i do?
Fibroid uterus: You're describing a medium size fibroid which may or may not need anything done. It depends entirely on whether it's causing any symptoms or not. About 50% of women have fibroids and most don't know it. Usually they cause no trouble at all. But sometimes they can cause abnormal bleeding, various pain, trouble getting pregnant, etc. ...Read more
No: definitely not. Just this year there have been a small number (less than 10) of experimental surgeries transplanting a uterus that seem to have "worked" - the transplant is not yet rejected. It's still way too early to know whether pregnancy would be possible, and it's definitely 100% experiment at this point. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It means fibroids: Fibroids are non-cancerous growths of the muscular layer of the uterus. They are hormonally driven and can grow in size and cause problems for many women. They can cause pelvic pain, urinary symptoms, and constipation if a large enough size. They can also cause abnormal bleeding and heavy periods. They can also be found incidentally and cause no symptoms or problems. ...Read more
Lining of uterus: When the lining of your uterus is thick it means that either you are in the last phase of your menstrual cycle or also it can be due to pregnancy. However, medical conditions of the uterus can also resemble a thick endometrium, like endometrial hyperplasia (pre -malginancy) endometrial polyps, or uterine fibroids. ...Read more