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Hi i`ve heard that jumping rope and and running and other cardio ex. Are so bad for girls because makes the uterus to get down from its place? Helpppp

Hi i`ve heard that jumping rope and and running and other cardio ex. Are so bad for girls because makes the uterus to get down from its place? Helpppp

Not likely: Strenuous exercise does not usually cause uterine or vaginal prolapse unless there is already a prolapse problem. Uterine and vaginal prolapse occurs mostly in women who have had vaginal deliveries. Most women will not have any significant prolapse until or unless the have had vaginal deliveries of their children. ...Read more

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Uterus (Definition)

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


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Will jumping rope cause uterus prolapse?

Will jumping rope cause uterus prolapse?

It should not.: Exercise, in general, can help strengthen muscles that can support the uterus. Rope jumping should be safe. ...Read more

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Is jumping rope ok for women after 40? Doesn't that make uterus more likely to prolapse?

Is jumping rope ok for women after 40? Doesn't that make uterus more likely to prolapse?

Go ahead!: Uterine prolapse is commonly caused by multiple factors: pregnancies, childbirth, obesity, smoking, menopause, asthma or copd, etc. If you already have prolapse, jumping rope certainly will not make it worse, and if you don't have prolapse, jumping rope won't cause it! ...Read more

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Does jumping makes uterus loose?

Does jumping makes uterus loose?

Jumping is unlikely: ...Jumping is not likely to "make uterus loose". ...Read more

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Uterus feels like its jumping after sex. Why? Birth control always taking and I also use condoms

Uterus feels like its jumping after sex. Why? Birth control always taking and I also use condoms

Uterus contracts: With an orgasm, the uterus contracts. Some women are aware of this, and others are not, but it may feel like the uterus is "jumping". ...Read more

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Can I get runner or jumper knee from an jump rope injury? I was jump roping for 1st time ever for only 1min but had bad form. Next day both knees ache

Can I get runner or jumper knee from an jump rope injury? I was jump roping for 1st time ever for only 1min but had bad form. Next day both knees ache

Possibly: Pain could be due to patellar tendonitis (try knee strap) or irritated/early wear of the patella cartilage or the surface cartilage of the thigh bone that rubs against the patella (try knee sleeve with a cutout for knee cap). Other causes could include a plica and osgood schlatters. For starters avoid stairs, knee extension machines, deep knee squats, lunges etc. Try therapy, ice, advil/alleve. ...Read more

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Is too much excessive bleeding a bad thing from the uterus?

Is too much excessive bleeding a bad thing from the uterus?

Not for uterus: It s not for uterus as it is for you as a person. If it bothers you see a doctor and get evaluated. If you are over 35 and have heavy periods may be a sign of uterine fibroids or even endometrial cancer. ...Read more

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How bad can constipation pain get? Also, does it feel like the pain comes from your uterus?

How bad can constipation pain get? Also, does it feel like the pain comes from your uterus?

Bad: Constipation can get so bad that it can lead to hospitalization. If your pain is this bad, then this might be what you need to rule out a bowel obstruction. And yes, constipation is usually a poorly localized pain in the belly that can mimic pain from the uterus. ...Read more

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For the past two weeks when I sit in certain position and stand up or sometimes stretch I get very bad sharp pain across the ovary/uterus area?

For the past two weeks when I sit in certain position and stand up or sometimes stretch I get very bad sharp pain across the ovary/uterus area?

GYN: Any otherwise unexplained pelvic pain must be evaluated by a pelvic exam and if necessary a pelvic ultasounf. I suggest a prompt appontment with your private gyn physician. ...Read more

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I have sharp pains in the uterus/pelvic area it hurts so bad I can't sit down it doesn't happen often feels like uterus and all is falling out?

I have sharp pains in the uterus/pelvic area it hurts so bad I can't sit down it doesn't happen often feels like uterus and all is falling out?

Need Exam: You may have pelvic organ prolapse (pop). Have your gyn evaluate your symptoms and have an exam to confirm prolapse. You can also check yourself to see if you can feel a bulge, low cervix, or mass in the vagina. If not done having children, you can benefit from a pessary to help keep things in place. Otherwise, surgical options are available. Schedule your gyn visit & good luck. ...Read more

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I went to the obgyn today. She said my uterus is tilted really bad. What causes this and what effects will I have? Will this cause me to have pain?

I went to the obgyn today. She said my uterus is tilted really bad. What causes this and what effects will I have? Will this cause me to have pain?

Highly doubt it: Deviated - verted, flexed, or rotated uterus is not, repeat not abnormal. You (and many) other women were born this way, the idea that it's 'abnormal' is out of date. Ask if your doc can help you more. ...Read more

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Went to obgyn today. She said my uterus is tilted really bad. What is the cause of this and what effects will I have? Will this cause me to have pain

Went to obgyn today. She said my uterus is tilted really bad. What is the cause of this and what effects will I have? Will this cause me to have pain

Normal variation: There is a wide range in the tilt of a woman's uterus. The main issue is that in certain sex positions, the penis will bump against the uterus with thrusting if the uterus is tilted. Usually changing position takes care of it. Otherwise, a tilted uterus is of little importance except when a doctor is performing procedures on the uterus. ...Read more

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Is it healthy to have periods every 18 days? It's always been like this, it started when I was 10, but I heard it's bad for the uterus if it's frequent

Is it healthy to have periods every 18 days? It's always been like this, it started when I was 10, but I heard it's bad for the uterus if it's frequent

Yes and no: A normal menstrual cycle is typically 21-35 days (from the first day of one period to the first day of the next period). 18 days seems too short. It's possible that it's normal for you, and it's possible that it will never be a problem for you. However, we know that some conditions, like endometriosis and ovarian cysts, are more common in women who have many years of periods with no pregnancies. ...Read more

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Is eating ice bad for bladder or uterus? No issues at all just asking beacuse I eat alot of ice.

Is eating ice bad for bladder or uterus? No issues at all just asking beacuse I eat alot of ice.

Not usually...: Question to address here is why you crave ice? Sometimes vitamin deficiencies make people crave certain foods. Ice is water, so will not be hurtful; however, if the cravings are new and strong, consider nutritional evaluation. ...Read more

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