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Low Lying Womb
I have the copper coil in about 4 years I would like to get it removed but tried before and was told my womb was too low as I have never had a baby.
Nonsense: That's absolutely not any kind of reason; I'm not sure you'd even say there's such a thing as "too low." even with complete procidentia you can remove it. Ask again, if no luck see another doctor. ...Read more
I'm at 35 weeks. I'm worried about my womb. My doctor told that is a bit low. What will happen to my baby? Can effect her growth.
Not necessarily: If the placenta implanted low on the uterine wall, there is an increased chance of placenta previa and bleeding, preterm delivery, and a smaller fetal weight, however, a lower positioned uterus should have little or no effect on the growth of the fetus ...Read more
35 weeks 6days Pregnant. Why today I only feel a little movements? Well my doctor say that my womb is a bit low. I'm very worried
Ok: If you are feeling movements that is positive! You may just not be sensitive to them. Everyone is different. I am sure your OB has been checking the growth and heart sounds of the baby. No worries if OB has said all okay and you are feeling baby now. Be happy for a healthy baby and relax! ...Read more
Yesterday I went for my check up, my doctor say my womb is abit low. I'm worried and scared. Isit serious? 34 weeks pregnant, what will happen?
D&c 2 wks ago, abdomen sore like I did sit-ups (but I did not) & have low back pain. Also frequent urination, could this be a womb infection?
Possibly: Please see your doctor or the doctor who performed the D&C peocedure ASAP, you may need antibiotics and other medications, US exam or other studies, good luck ...Read more
Maybe: This is a possibility but you would/should be able to feel if the little one has turned sideways since it will tend to be a bit more painful than a simple ache. ...Read more
Depends: Is this from an ultrasound study? Are you referring to the lining of the uterus or the uterus itself? There are many potetial answers. The lining of uterus (endometrium) can be thickened based on where you are in your normal cycle. Other possibilities include fibroids, polyps, hyperplasia, cancer...Thickening of the muscles can include fibroids, adenomyosis, tumors, cancer.... ...Read more
See your doctor: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Pelvic exercises: Physical therapy can help with exercises to help strengthen the pelvic floor. Depending on the severity of the problem surgery may be necessary. Heavy lifting, coughing, and constipation can make it worse so stop smoking and treat bronchitis and get lots of fiber and fluids in your diet. There are devices known at pessaries that are sometimes used. Your doctor or a urogynecologist can help decide. ...Read more
Pregnancy?: The first step is a pregnancy test. If negative then the next most likely thing is an intestinal problem since the only thing moving in an abdomen are the guts. A gastroenterologist can evaluate. If that is normal then see an Obgyn to exclude ovarian and uterine pathology. ...Read more
What injection?: Please clarify and resubmit your question as it is unclear what injection you are referring to. ...Read more
Nothing: That is a normal variant. It's like being left-handed: not abnormal, just less common. ...Read more
No: Hormone effects on the lining of the womb cause build up of the inner layer, that is shed each month...Looks like blood has tissue in it. A pregnancy interrupts the monthly build up and shed. Lose the uterus (womb), monthly discharge is abnormal. Need to be evaluated for cause of bleeding. ...Read more
20 weeks: Around 20 weeks is when the baby is big enough and most women will begin to feel the movements of the fetus. ...Read more
I've had 10misscarriges now and I can convice do you think that the linein of my womb is not stronge and needs looking at more?
Need work up: In addition to an ultrasound, you need blood tests to see if there's a reason for your repeat miscarriages ...Read more
Can you explain what happens to womb linging throughout cycle mine was 17.5mm on cd 15 this seems high when do they stop growing?
Well: You should shed most of the lining with your period then the body starts to get ready for plantation of a fertilized egg to make a baby so it starts all over again making a lining and it gets thicker every day, best ready around ovulation. If ovulation does not occur then the body knows it is not pregnant and gets ready to stop that cycle and prepares for the shed and repeat of another cycle. ...Read more
I've been told today I have tilted womb. Its tilted backwards & its causing loads of pain. Will this cause any problems in having kids? I'm 28.
Not likely: We call this a "retroverted uterus", which is just a variation of normal in most cases. Most women with retroverted uterus have no problem getting pregnant or delivering normally. However, if you are having a lot of pain during your period or during intercourse, a retroverted and painful uterus might be a sign of endometriosis. This condition can sometimes interfere with getting pregnant. ...Read more
Not if used properly: If the vibrator is used on the vulva and clitoris gently there is absolutely no harm to the uterus. If it is inserted into the vagina and used roughly, then it can cause cervical tears and bleeding. ...Read more
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