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Leaking Cervical Fluid
it gets absorbed in pelvis
Had cin2 cervical cancer surgery two weeks ago, had no leaking fluids, had my period last week, I've got brownish liquid all the time. Is this normal?
Please call your gyn: #1 u did not have cervical cancer- you had cervical pre-cancer cin-2 #2 your gyn should have told you what to expect post-op and if you are worried please call your gyn, your gyn should have explained that you will get a discharge post op and can last 2-4 weeks but if you were my pt I would check you in the office to make sure no problems, depends how profuse and odorous discharge is. ...Read more
1st ultrasound at 8wks revealed a healthy baby. Doc said everything was sealed well, but I had fluid in my cervix. Leaking watery brown mucus. Why?
Mgt: I would recommend letting your OB specialist know about this. ...Read more
Lots of clear fluid filling up tampon and leaking onto underware. Feel cervix and there's red blood. Firstday of cycle. Also ttc. Urge to pee more.?
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I'm 25 weeks and I've bin having vaginal pains up by my cervix with some leaking, and mild cramping?
Can a hysterectomy cause incontinence? I had a partial hysterectomy (removal of the uterus and cervix) in june 2010. A few months ago I started noticing that I would wet my pants and not even know it. I don't just leak a little bit of pee, but actually qu
On B/C jolessa, cervical cancer, breasts are swollen, tender, leaking, nausea some vomiting, more frequent urination. Thyroid enlarged. Hormones/HCG?
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Fluid Factor: Cervical mucous will vary throughout the menstrual cycle in both quality and quantity. Female fertility is at its peak during the mid-cycle when ovulation usually occurs and as a result the cervical mucous is more thin. During other times it will be more viscous and of less quantity to protect the body from infection. Fertility concerns should be checked with bloodwork not by cervical mucous. ...Read more
Cervical mucus: Scanty cervical mucus can be associated with infertility (sperm need to swim in the mucus to enter the female tract), but it doesn't necessarily mean that your not ovulating. Infection can reduce cervical mucus, and certain medications can effect mucus such as clomid (clomiphene). Frequently an intrauterine insemination can overcome lack of adequate mucus. ...Read more
Unclear term: It is not clear what you are referring to by cervical fluid. That is not a term I am familiar with. If you are experiencing abnormal discharge from the vagina then schedule a visit for testing. Use your past menstrual cycle history as a guide to predict when the next one is likely to occur. ...Read more
Inflammation: The body's natural healing process requires several steps including substances within the blood that help with primary healing. After any injury, the capillaries become "leaky" and hence the swelling. Sometimes it causes additional issues like compression of the surrounding structures and has to be curtailed by anti-inflammatory meds which may also help with the pain due to the swelling. ...Read more
When I lay on my left side my back at the top between the shoulder blades feels like it's leaking fluid?
Likely psychological: Spontaneous leakage of cerebrospinal fluid is uncommon unless it happens after a spinal tap. Or there could be an abscess or cyst draining in your back which you don't see. Have someone check your back or see your dr for reassurance. Come visit las vegas and walk for miles on the strip. This may help u lose weight. But then, watch out for the cheap buffets! Take care! ...Read more
38wks and I'm leaking small amount of sticky fluid.? Bit of a smell to it but its clear. Intersourse also felt really different last night?
I was bitten in the uk by something and after a week it leaked brownish fluid with black bits when squeezed, I have a cavity. Is that cause for worry?
Not sure: Looks like an insect bite might have got infected. Unless examined by your doctor it is difficult to guess. Please see you doctor asap. ...Read more
See below: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with his doctor. In that meeting, his doctor will listen to him, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell him what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Cervical fluid: Produced in the cervix, it is a lubricant that helps sperms move thru to the uterus. ...Read more
Milky Mystery: Vaginal discharge is normal unless it has a foul odor and is associated with other symptoms such as pain, burning, bleeding, itching or swelling of the external genitalia. A thick white discharge may indicate yeast or fungal overgrowth, a thin white discharge may be an inflammatory discharge or pus related to an infection. An examination, microscopic evaluation of the fluid and culture may help. ...Read more
Cervical fluid: Not quite sure what you mean by "fluid in the cervix", but the cervix does secrete mucous from the mucous glands in the outer layer of the cervical lining. Hope this helps. ...Read more
No: In the second half of your pregnancy, a new onset of wetness should be evaluated by your obstetrician. The answer cannot be given with certainty without an examination to evaluate the situation. If, after that, you are reassured, remember that any change in the amount of the wetness needs reevaluation. ...Read more
Depends on what you: Are referring to. Chiggers can. Chigger bites often have a small red in the center of a welt ; occur in areas where skin is tender like the crotch, armpits, beltline, backs of knees, ankles. They are extremely itchy. ...Read more