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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?
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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