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It would be rare!: It might be a very uncommon factor, but for the most part no, particularly if a condom with proper lubrication is used! but it can aggravate a pre-existing prolapse! ...Read more
Not likely: Fallopian tube cysts called hydatid cysts of morgagni actually occur at the end and outside of the tube. They usually have a thin stalk with a bleb of fluid surrounded by a thin cyst wall. There are little finger like projections in the tube that move the egg along. The most common known cause of ectopics outside of spontaneous ones (no cause) is exposure to chlamydia. ...Read more
Pain after passing stool, aching rectum when sitting, mucus covered stool, Small bumps inside anus. Stabbing pain in anus? Hemorroid? What to do?
After ct doctors concluded there was a ruptured ovarian cysts. Tubes blocked near uterus. Fibroids outside wall. would Reopening tubes help iui?
Anal fissures: Anal fissures are due to abrupt stretching of anus either from foreign objects, or more commonly, constipation, in which case, stool softeners are key. That along w/plenty of fiber, fluids & physical activity are key to minimizing constipation. Once that's solved, no more anal fissures. Check out http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/anal-fissure/ds00762 for more info & options if necessary. ...Read more
Had an ectopic pregnancy left tube removed. Right tube healthy. Now 4 wk pregnant. Chances of another ectopic?
15-20%: Ectopic pregnancy occurs at a rate of 19.7 cases per 1,000 pregnancies in North America and is a leading cause of maternal mortality in the first trimester. Previous ectopic pregnancy becomes a more significant risk factor with each successive occurrence. With one previous ectopic pregnancy treated by linear salpingostomy, the recurrence rate ranges from 15 to 20 percent Dr M ...Read more
Haemorrhoids ..external...39 weeks pregnant...bleedin durin bowel movement..vl it cause prob durin labour or vaginal delivery..no control on bowel mov?
Common problem: It won't likely cause any concerning issue during labor or delivery. You do want to make sure the bleeding is definitely from your hemorrhoids and not somewhere else. You also want to make sure you do everything to minimize worsening hemorrhoids which means making sure your consuming fiber, not straining on the toilet and possibly utilizing stool softeners and/or laxatives if necessary. ...Read more
See a gynecologist: There are many possibilities, and most are benign, but you should be evaluated asap. ...Read more
Purple around anus. Looked like deflated sacs. Larger red/purple in middle sac right inside anus. And a skin tag. Hemorrhoid or polyp?
Diagnose anal fissure last year.ct w rectal contrst last year ok.feel presur in anal &low back.need pass stool but rectum empty.fisure?ibs?consption?
A CT isn't the: best tool to diagnose an anal fissure. Are you having any bleeding? Does pain get worse with BMs? Straining? Constipation? Your symptoms could be from hemorrhoids, persistent anal fissure, constipation, colonic inertia, IBS or IBD. You need to see a primary care doctor and possibly GI. Good luck! ...Read more