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How is it possible to get an infection in the uterus without having had a baby?

How is it possible to get an infection in the uterus without having had a baby?

Yes: Endometritus is an infection of the lining of the uterus, and it can occur without you having had a baby. Be seen to evaluate. ...Read more

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Infection (Definition)

Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more


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Had a baby 3/12 weeks ago delivered at home by a midwife. I am still bleeding as much as a have period is this normal? I have a 3 year old son. I got a uterus infection after birth with him and hemmoraged badly. I have been working out a bit, slow jog and

Had a baby 3/12 weeks ago delivered at home by a midwife. I am still bleeding as much as a have period is this normal? I have a 3 year old son. I got a uterus infection after birth with him and hemmoraged badly. I have been working out a bit, slow jog and

While : While this may represent normal lochia (bleeding after delivery), please have your midwife examine you to be sure she doesn't think that you have retained placenta. If you have heavier bleeding, pain, or fever then please be evaluated as an emergency. ...Read more

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Had a baby by c-section 6.5 months ago, currently 8 weeks pregnant. Am i in danger of my uterus incision tearing as i start to get bigger?

Had a baby by c-section 6.5 months ago, currently 8 weeks pregnant. Am i in danger of my uterus incision tearing as i start to get bigger?

Probably not: Current pregnancies usually do not cause previous c/section scars to rupture. Future labor can. You should discuss the best delivery method for this current pregnancy with your obstetrician. ...Read more

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Is it possible to get your uterus removed during childbirth operation, if the person is diabetic and on insulin?

Is it possible to get your uterus removed during childbirth operation, if the person is diabetic and on insulin?

Yes, but: The OB doctor can do this procedure during a c-section, however, they prefer to wait until your uterus has shrunk down to its normal size to minimize bleeding and infection. If you are diabetic this is probably the best course for you. ...Read more

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Hi i just had a baby 7mnths ago hada him viaa csecction and now im currently 6mnths pregnant but im at risk of rupturing my uterus when can I deliver?

Hi i just had a baby 7mnths ago hada him viaa csecction and now im currently 6mnths pregnant but im at risk of rupturing my uterus when can I deliver?

Please ask your OB!!: So that means you got preg 1 month later, you need to be closely followed by your OB and a perinatologist and you can have an amnio at 37 weeks and get delivered or you may , hopefully not, need to be delivered before 37 weeks and u need to get on reliable birth control and u should not have intercourse for 6 weeks after delivery anyway. ...Read more

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I had a baby via c/s a yr ago. 6 mos after my uterus became tender. I'm nursing; tenderness goes away wk after period and then comes back. U/s clear. ?

I had a baby via c/s a yr ago. 6 mos after my uterus became tender. I'm nursing; tenderness goes away wk after period and then comes back. U/s clear. ?

C/s: Your symptoms may be related to some scar tissue associated with your C-section scar. Since ultrasound is clear and I guess no visible massNoted then your symptoms may be associated with a thin lower uterine segment as well. Another concern can be in incision there may be endometriosis. So consult your physician ...Read more

Uterus (Definition)

The uterus is a muscular organ in a woman's pelvis where the the fertilized egg attaches ...Read more