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Several: Male factors include testicular injury, infection, congenital anomalies, mumps, torsion. Women can present with chromosomal anomalies, tubal factor from infection or prior surgery, polycystic ovary, endometriosis, ovarian dysfunction, unexplained infertility & lack of sexual frequency. ...Read more
Sudden pelvic pressure, cramps, hard to urinate, swollen abdomen,heartburn for 1 month in 50 yr old,hysterectomy kept ovaries, bladder prolapse?
Bilateral pelvic pain, abdominal pain during intercourse, acne, and family history of PCOS. Normal pelvic exam and thyroid. Is PCOS a likely cause?
Maybe: Your workup is incomplete. This could be endometriosis as well. You need much more blood work and likely a pelvic US to help determine if PCOs or something else. If sexually active an STD and infection check may be warranted. The acne of PCOs is usually fairly severe and over a large portion of the body, so yours may or may not be related. ...Read more
I am experiencing frequent urination, slow or weak urine stream, spotting, pain during sex, pelvic mass and pelvic pain. US revealed indeterminate 7cm ovarian mass with nodularity and debris. ?
Hormones?: I am not exactly sure of your question, but if weak means low desire, difficulty getting erections, etc., it may be low testosterone. If you mean that your erection is not firm, that could be from several health issues, including high blood pressure and diabetes. Some meds also affect erections and sex drive. You sould see your doctor for a full evaluation and lab work. ...Read more
See below: 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
Abdominal pains radiating into vaginal area, pelvic, lower back, hips, tender breast and upper legs 1 year after novasure procedure.No periods for a year?
Maybe: Anybody who has a urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra, +/- penis) can have a urinary tract infection. This happens to people every day, all over the world. A teen male is much less likely than a teen girl to get a UTI. So, a teen male with possible UTI symptoms needs to see his doctor. Also, there are some less common medical disorders that cause UTI symptoms but are not infections. ...Read more
No way: Male circumcision is requirement by some religions & female so called 'circumcisions' by NO religions. Prevents phimosis in men, also reduces risk of UTIs in baby boys, easier to keep clean reduces & risk of STDs. In females is pure & simple mutilation as clitoris is amputated to prevent any future erotic sensation from sex or masturbation. Also severe risk of serious infection & hemorrhage. ? = ? ...Read more