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Fluid In The Uterus
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I have fluid in my uterus, that is causing pain and bloating. No one can tell me why. Or even what to do about it?
Additional details: What test was used to make the diagnosis of fluid in your uterus? There are several diagnostic studies to help you. More details are needed in your case. ...Read more
I had a 5 weeks ultrasound today, we saw the sac etc but the Tech also found a sac of fluid in my uterus should I be concerned?
Probably not: A follow-up u/s is usually ordered and these types of things usually go away without causing any problems. Best wishes! ...Read more
What is the cause of recurring fluid in my uterus. Had a large fibroid removed 2 years ago could this have anything to do with it?
Wrong specialty: I am sorry, I specialize in the feet. I thing that a GYN would be a more appropriate doctor to ask ...Read more
At appmnt for sonohysterogram, tech does tvs first then says fluid in my uterus made polyp show clearly & no need for shg. Is this correct or lazy?
Likely: At age 50, the hsg wasn't being performed to see if tubes were open due to fertility concerns, thus if only trying to see if there was a lesion in the cavity, it seems as if the tech did find a lesion. Likely your doctor will perform a hysteroscopy to see it clearly and remove it. Make sure you are clear and like your doctors plan for care. ...Read more
Fluid: While cancer can cause fluid to accumulate in the pelvis (ascites), there are many other causes. Some free fluid can be present and be normal. Ovulation can cause free fluid in the pelvis. Cyst rupture can do the same. Bleeding also presents this way. Even liver disease can cause ascites. ...Read more
My gyno eants to preform a d n& c for he saw fluid in my uterus and I began bleedung after 2 years no menstraul cycle?
Trusts GYNO: From your description, you need this procedure. If you have reason to doubt this recommendation, get another opinion. Appears a diagnosis is in order and this is the best and most expedient way to get to the answer. ...Read more
I had an ultrasound at about 5 weeks. They saw a very small sac but said there was a lot of free fluid in my uterus maybe septate. What does it mean?
Waterbag: Early in pregnancy the walls of the waterbag are not as closely attached to the wall of the womb as they are lateron. On ultrasound the shadow of part of the waterbed is seen with fluid between the waterbed and the wall of the womb, creating an image of septation. This issue vanishes as pregnancy progresses. ...Read more
Maybe but: A pregnancy test is more reliable.Get a more detailed answer ›
Uterus involution: Until your uterus returns to normal size after a miscarriage or normal delivery it will have more than normal uterine or glandular secretions. Its a normal process. Its called uterine involution ...Read more
Diagnosed w/ectopic preg @ 6 weeks With no definite signs just no baby. But Doc saw small fluid pocket in uterus what could that be?
More detailed: If you were definitively diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy then immediate treatment with Methotrexate or surgery was indicated. If the doctor was uncertain due to the intrauterine fluid pocket then close follow up with BHCG levels and repeat sonograms should be done until a definitive diagnosis can be made. ...Read more
Small pocket of free fluid found in uterus. What are the possible causes for the free fluid? What could it indicate in early pregnancy?
Free fluid in uterus: There can be many reasons for a pocket of free fluid in the uterus. Most likely is a result of secretions from the uterine glands, and may not signify anything is abnormal. If you are having normal cycles have a follow up sonogram after your next menses. Doubt that is a pregnancy. ...Read more
I had an ultrasound at 5 weeks, two days ago and fluid outside the uterus was seen and no sac. I have been spotting for 7 days. What could this be?
Treatment: D&C: You need to see your ob/gyn. He/she needs to verify that the unborn fetus is completely gone. Tissue fragments could lead to infection and pain/bleeding. He may need to do a dilation and currattage. ...Read more
Today I had an ultrasound done that showed I had a cyst on my ovaries as well as fluid in my uterus. What could this fluid be?
Hello I had a ultrasound scan and was told there was fluid in my uterus I'm around 2 weeks away from having a period and my cycle is normal?
Ok: Not uncommon and not anything to worry about at this point. If you are having any other symptoms (I assume you are and that is why you had and ultrasound) then please be sure to discuss with your treating doctor. Hope this was helpful. Thanks for using Healthtap. Best of luck with this. Dr R ...Read more
My ultra sound showed fluid in lower uterus or abdomen, possibly localized blood. What does this mean and what could be the cause?
Free fluid in abdom: It is not uncommon to have fluid in the abdomen on ultrasound or advance imaging such as CT scans often referred to by radiologists as 'free fluid'. This can be entirely benign or can be indication of a disease process depending on the symptoms associated. Ruptured ovarian cysts, bleeding from endometriosis, retrograde menstruation, ascites, heart failure, cancer etc can cause fluid in the abdomen ...Read more
Fluid on uterus, causing pain and bloating. Had mri, and ultrasound that confirmed a good bit of fluid in the uterus. Was told to go back in 3 Months?
Nothing to worry: Most likely you have cyst which is a benign condition. Another unlikely possibility would be cervical narrowing which I assume was ruled out by pelvic examination and images. ...Read more
Hcg drop from 6500 to 6300 after recent bleeding, went to ER to r/o missed m/c. Ehr@130bpm@6wk w/2nd fluid sac in uterus. What's it? What's my m/c risk?
Follow up: Without seeing your actual sonogram it sounds like you are describing a subchorionic hematoma which is a complex term meaning bleeding in pregnancy. They may have also seen a gestational sac from a twin pregnancy that did not form. 50% of women bleed in early pregnancy. Most will do fine but some unfortunately will miscarry. You will have to be monitored over time by your doctor. ...Read more
Suppose to have a hsg, they couldn't perform because I have scarring on my cervix. I had ultrasound and found fluid in my uterus. Is this bad?
Not unexpected.: If your cervix is scarred and a catheter could not be inserted for an hsg, the opening may be blocked or partially blocked, causing fluid to accumulate in the endometrial canal. The important thing is to address the stenosis (blockage). Your ob/gyn will discuss the underlying causes and treatment options. ...Read more
I think im pregnant although I have had the essure I have very light bleeding in the vaginal area but a pg test was negative. I had an ultrasound done a few weeks ago that would have put me at 3 weeks along and they said I had fluid in my uterus but didn'
Neg preg test: It is not likely if your pregnancy test is negative. You can repeat the test in 3-5 days to confirm or schedule a bhcg blood test with your doctor. Hopefully you had your post essure confirmation xray to confirm the tubes are blocked completely. If you have not please get that scheduled. Fluid in your uterus can be blood, clot, a polyp and some other things an dcan be followed up as well. ...Read more
I had fluid in my uterus stuck from a healed leep my period came on the next day am I ok? I won't have ti be dialated?
Unlikely: It sounds like your menstruation is able to pass through your cervix. It is common after a leep procedure that women can sometimes have a blocked cervix. If you're menstruating normally I wouldn't worry. As you likely no signs of a block cervix would include severe menstrual type cramping. ...Read more
My ultrasound report said '' No mass or fluid seen in Uterus and normal in size ", I had sex 4 months ago. Can I be pregnant?
A urine: Pregnancy test detects B-HCG in the urine, which is present during pregnancy. A negative urine pregnancy test 4 months after sex certainly rules out a current pregnancy. There is nothing in your ultrasound report to suggest an intrauterine pregnancy. Early pregnancy (less than 5 weeks) will often not be seen on ultrasound however. The answer to your question will be found with the test. ...Read more
I had an ultrasound a few weeks ago unrelated to pregnancy my doctor told me that it showed excess fluid in the uterus. Could pregnancy be a cause?
I was diagnosed as I have PID due to severe lower abdom pain and pain when pressing the cervix. Crp is negative and I hav fluid in my uterus. Advice plz?
PID?: If your doc has said you have pid you should be strictly following the treatment plan. There is no other reasonable advice. Pid is a serious disease with long lasting consequence. ...Read more
I went to see my GYN a few days ago they seen fluid in my uterus like it's a sign of pregnancy because I did had unprotected sex the day I seen my GYN?
Vague question: I am not sure exactly what is being asked in your question. ...Read more
I Just had an ultrasound done a few hours ago. My endometrium was 1.7cm & I have fluid in the uterus. I'm having alot of cramping. Could I be pregnant? I will not find out find our results until tomorrow
Urine test now: If you want to know if you are pregnant, take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. ...Read more
I had a vaginail ultrasound down cause I was having pin on my right ovarie and doc said he seen fluid and my uterus has thicken am I pregnant
It's hard to answer this question without knowing exactly what the ultrasound report said. It's entirely normal for a woman to have a small amount of fluid in the pelvis around the time of ovulation. A large amount of fluid, or fluid in a woman who is post-menopausal, would be unusual. What is thickened? The endometrial stripe, which represents the linig of the uterus, changes its thickness dramatically during the menstrual cycle, so this may also be totally normal. An extremely thick endometrium could represent something called endometrial hyperplasia or adenomyosis, though these words would probably show up very specifically in your report.
Ultrasound can miss a very early pregnancy. However, by the time you miss a period, there may very well be signs of a pregnancy visible in the uterus. ...Read more