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Does coccyx and regional nerve anything to do with female organs?

Does coccyx and regional nerve anything to do with female organs?

Not clear: Im not exactly sure what you're asking. Enlargement of the uterus (like from fibroids) or ovaries (cyst/tumor) can compress nerves exiting the sacrum, but that is a rare source of pain. ...Read more

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Nerve (Definition)

The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more


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Is it necessary to have a yearly vaginal exam after having all internal female organs removed?

It's advisable: It depends on what the reason for your hysterectomy was. Generally speaking, if you are hpv negative and your pap smears have always been negative, your risk for developing new hpv related disease in your 50's is low. An annual exam is advisable to evaluate many different things among them vaginal health, bladder and rectal support, breast exams, etc... So... Although a pap may not be necessary, . ...Read more

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Illustration of how women period pass through the female organs?

Illustration of how women period pass through the female organs?

See picture: Your menstrual cycle starts on the first day of menstruation. After your cycle finishes, the lining of your uterus builds up getting ready to support a pregnancy. You ovulate about 14 days after your period. If you do not become pregnant after ovulation, then you have another period and the cycle repeats. ...Read more

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Can lupus harm female organs?

Can lupus harm female organs?

Yes: Lupus can effect female reproductive organs often by its effect on the blood supply to these organs. However, these issues are relatively uncommon. ...Read more

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What may cause constipation or bladder prob after a comp hyster, i no #of people that it has happened2 i nobowelsbladder, female organs, caneffect1anoth?

What may cause constipation or bladder prob after a comp hyster, i no #of people that it has happened2 i nobowelsbladder, female organs, caneffect1anoth?

Nerve: There are pelvic nerve complexes that are in the region which control bladder. Constipation is entirely different. Likely this scenario is related to diet, and you should increase your vitamin c intake and reassess your dietary habits. ...Read more

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All tests good, no female organs, but I have a lot of pain on lower right side of ab & belly button. Hurts to move or bend over. Nauseated & direarha?

All tests good, no female organs, but I have a lot of pain on lower right side of ab & belly button. Hurts to move or bend over. Nauseated & direarha?

Appendicitis: Appendicitis is high on the list (assuming you still have your appendix) since you have no female organs. Could also be a kidney stone but less likely. ...Read more

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Can a laparoscopic surgery tell if I have infection in female organs what treatment would they do?

Can a laparoscopic surgery tell if I have infection in female organs what treatment would they do?

Depends: If ovary, tubes, uterus enlarged or visibly inflamed that will show. If internal NOT visualized by this exam. Pelvic and hysteroscopy look inside. ...Read more

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Why would I have a constant infection in my female organs when not having sex? What treatment can I do if antibiotic fail? Thick pasty discharge.

Why would I have a constant infection in my female organs when not having sex? What treatment can I do if antibiotic fail? Thick pasty discharge.

Not STD's: If you are having symptoms for infection and are not sexually active then you may have one of the infections that is not transmitted thru sex. Examples would include Yeast or Gardnerella infection. ...Read more

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Coccyx (Definition)

Coccyx is the triangular piece of bone at the end of the spine. It is commonly ...Read more


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Female Genitalia (Definition)

The female genitalia are anatomic features including the vulva, labia, ...Read more