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My HCGquantification 223IU/L.-6weeks,.spotting once,dull right pelvic pain .transvaginal scan-a fibroid 4.9cm,right adnex cyst10mm ,no baby sac okay?

 My HCGquantification 223IU/L.-6weeks,.spotting once,dull right pelvic pain .transvaginal scan-a fibroid 4.9cm,right adnex cyst10mm ,no baby sac okay?

Early Pregnancy: At 233 hcg level, it is impossible to see an intrauterine pregnancy. So check your hcg again in 48 hrs and if it doubles, it is a good sign. If not you may have an ectopic Pregnacy. Take Tylenol (acetaminophen) for the pain if the level is 5/10?or more. I recommend you go see an Obgyn soon as well ...Read more

Fibroids (Definition)

Uterine fibroids are the most common pelvic tumor in women. 1 of every 3 women of child-bearing age have these tumors and up to 80% of african-american women have fibroids. They are often asymptomatic but they can also cause significant symptoms. It is the most common cause of heavy menstrual bleeding. Pelvic pain and increased urinary frequency ...Read more


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I may have a fibroid can this cause my back and leg to be in pain. Along with pelvic pain and having the need to urinate a lot. I am in a lot if pain.?

I may have a fibroid can this cause my back and leg to be in pain. Along with pelvic pain and having the need to urinate a lot. I am in a lot if pain.?

See your doctor!: Back and leg pain could result from compression of the sciatic nerve, but it would be unusual for a uterine fibroid to cause this. You need to see your gynecologist for evaluation of your pelvic pain and urination; the back and leg pain could be related or a separate problem. It's not possible to diagnose these issues without a physical exam and probably some other tests. Good luck! ...Read more

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Is this part of a symtomps from multiple uterine fibroids pain from my lower pelvic pain comes at anytime even im lying on the right side pain evywher?

Is this part of a symtomps from multiple uterine fibroids pain from my lower pelvic pain comes at anytime even im lying on the right side pain evywher?

Could be: Depending on the size, location of your fibroids - yes. They can cause pelvic pain, position changes can exacerbate sometimes. Other causes of positional pains can be: hernias, groin pulls, ovarian cysts. But it could definitely be due to fibroids if they are large. Honestly - small fibroids, (2cm or less, often do not cause pain). ...Read more

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Urinating at night every hour between 10pm and 7am. Do I have fibroids or cysts. I have very bad pelvic pain.

Urinating at night every hour between 10pm and 7am.  Do I have fibroids or cysts. I have very bad pelvic pain.

Probably not...: At age 26, your symptoms are more likely to be caused by some type of infection. You could have a bladder infection or an infection of the uterus/tubes/ovaries. There are other possibilities as well such as endometriosis or pregnancy. A cyst doesn't often make you urinate like this and large fibroids are very uncommon at age 26. See an Ob/Gyn to get a diagnosis and treatment. Best wishes! ...Read more

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I was just diagnosed with uterine fibroids today and i'm having horrible pelvic pain that radiates to my back down my leg. Should i be worried?

I was just diagnosed with uterine fibroids today and i'm having horrible pelvic pain that radiates to my back down my leg. Should i be worried?

Need further eval!: Fibroids are very common benign masses of uterus. They may cause feeling of pelvic heaviness or pressure symptoms on adjacent structures such as urinary frequency, stress incontinence, retention, & constipation. Few cases of sciatica (back pain going down the leg) caused by direct compression of the lumbosacral trunk by fibroids have been reported. Given severity of your pain, please see a doctor! ...Read more

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Cervical Stenosis Hematometra post menopausal pelvic pain Fibroids.Dr wants 2wait 6wks b4 D and C. No thickening or blood. Can this resolve by itself?

Cervical Stenosis Hematometra post menopausal pelvic pain Fibroids.Dr wants 2wait 6wks b4 D and C. No thickening or blood. Can this resolve by itself?

Possibly yes: If your cervix is stenotic, you can accumulate "fluid" in your endometrial cavity which may be mucus, not blood? Bleeding will usually not occur if your cervix is closed The fact that " no thickening" of your endometrium was noted on sonogram is reassuring and means you probably do not have " hematometra" and that the "fluid" may resolve spontaneously in weeks to months.Ask for an office Pipelle ...Read more

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I have multiple intramural fibroids,largest one 2cm.I have sharp continuous pelvic pain & missed 2 periods.Can I expect less pelvic pain after menses?

I have multiple intramural fibroids,largest one 2cm.I have sharp continuous pelvic pain & missed 2 periods.Can I expect less pelvic pain after menses?

Not if fibroids rot: If the fibroids are degenerating inside (rotting) then the pain will not go away after the menstrual period. If the pain persists, go see your GYN MD for further evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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Can multiple fibroids size 2 cm cause consistent sharp pelvic pain, if they're associated with PCOS? Uterine stripe 1.5 cm, and missing 2 periods.

Can multiple fibroids size 2 cm cause consistent sharp pelvic pain, if they're associated with PCOS? Uterine stripe 1.5 cm, and missing 2 periods.

They could: Multiple small fibroids could definitely be associated with pelvic pain, though considering other causes too would be worthwhile. PCOS has no relation at all to pelvic pain or to fibroids. Good wishes. ...Read more

Dr. John Lipman
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Uterine Fibroids (Definition)

Uterine fibroids are the most common pelvic tumor in women. They occur in 1 of every 3 women regardless of race and up to 80 % of african-american women of child bearing age. They are often asymptomatic but they can cause significant symptoms (exe. Heavy menstrual bleeding, pelvic pain, increased urinary frequency). They ...Read more


Dr. Luis Gonzalez
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Pelvic Pain (Definition)

The pelvic region refers to the lowermost portion of the abdomen, below the level of the umbilicus, and most often in the lowermost portions of the abdomen, on the sides and centrally. Discomfort, in various forms (stabbing , cramping, aching, ...Read more