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My Right Fallopian Tube Is Blocked Or Glog Is There A Medication For It
Aka oviduct, uterine tube, or salpinx. It is basically a small tube connecting between the ovary and the uterus. This tube carries the eggs from the ovary area to the unterus. This is the tube that is cut/tied-up/or burned in women having the tuboligation procedure for permanent birth control purpose. Have ...Read more
My left tube is adhered to the ovary and there is a hydrosalpinx in the right one, can I still get pregnant? Is there a non-surgical alternative?
Possible: If 27 years is your correct age, there's a good chance you can get pregnant - but a high likelihood it will take ivf. I can't say more without knowing the status of your tubes, so it's possible tubal surgery might help.Tubes don't "play" - they either ar good or not. I'm afraid i don't see a more natural or non-surgical answer; have you talked with a fertility specialist? Good luck. ...Read more
What happens to an egg if the tube is blocked and there is a sperm traveling up the tube? Yhe result will be an ectopic pregnancy correct?
How invasive and effective is an eustacioplasty operation? My left ear feels as if it's full of water, and my doctor thinks the tube has calcified.
My son has a vein that bulges in forehead, is it possible for a blockage there that makes it swell? How to treat the blockage? is it just thin skin?
Vein in Forehead: Usually when you see a vein in the forehead it is because the skin overlies the bones of the skull with very little fat tissue to "hide" the blood vessels. There is nothing wrong with this, it is perfectly normal. ...Read more
My ear is block for a week now. I'm pretty sure that it is not because of wax. my working schdeule is odd, may this be the cause that i'm exhausted?
What is the remedy for a blocked fallopian tube. Are there no purgative or fertility cleans that could flush or dissolve the blockage?
Depends: Where it is blocked, and why it is blocked. Some blockages can be opened by running a tiny wire through the blockage, some might require cutting out the blocked portion and anastomosing the ends...Still others might be opened at the far ends with surgery. Ivf is also a good solution for pregnancy in most of these cases too. ...Read more
Please can I ask, if depression , pstd is left untreated for a long period and the person has shut down , is it possible that this is a permanent thing?
PTSD is treatable: But the person may be too frightened or depressed to seek it out. It does not have to be permanent and prognosis is better today than years ago. It is important to go to a professional or inpatient clinic that specializes in ptsd. Group therapy and sometimes clinical hypnosis, and possibly medication can be used in treatment. Maybe you or a friend can go w/him, at least at first. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is sunday so there is no medical centres open but I have a lump in the arm which is sending a pain to my muscle it is kind of big and round 1week?
I'm wanting a fallopian tube recanalization (FTR) done and I'm looking for a doctor that can do it. Is there any???
Hsg result show that I have have a blocked fallopian tube. please what is the treatment for blocked tube?
Options: If you are otherwise healthy and only one tube is blocked, often nothing is done as you can still get pregnant. Laparoscopy is a possible treatment with the aim of breaking up adhesions from prior infections. It is also possible to open tubes from inside the tubes using x-ray guidance. This is similar to angioplasty for occluded or narrowed blood vessels. ...Read more
I need to know what is the left adnexa? I am very confused. Is it the part from the uterus or the tube? Need help with a clear answer.
Next to the uterus: The "adnexa" is the part of your body next to the uterus. It's easy to tell if tenderness is coming from the uterus by and examination. However, if your tenderness is noted to be to the left of the uterus, we call that "adnexal tenderness". This includes the fallopian tubes, ovaries, and blood vessels in that area next to the uterus as well as any cysts or infections that might be there. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have fluid in my ears rather than ear wax...I hear this means there is a dysfunction in my auditory tube. is that an ear infection? is it serious?
Serous otitis media: 'Fluid in the ears" as a result of eustachian tube dysfunction is not in and of itself an infection, but the trapped fluid can easily turn into one. This fluid is trapped behind the ear drum when the eustachian tube becomes ineffective at draining the middle ear space. Nasal steroids and/or decongestants are often used to improve functioning of the tube. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
There is a knot in the right ear lobe that is painful to touch. The skin of the lobe is red. It has been in this state for 5 days. What do you think?
Infection: Most likely is a pimple, but you can get pretty severe infections in ear cartilage if they don't get treated. Put a warm wash cloth on the ear at least 6 times today for about 5 minutes each time, and if it is not the least bit better by tomorrow you should see someone and get on an antibiotic. ...Read more
What is the likelihood of an IUD going thru the uterine wall? Or is getting my tubes tied a better option?
Depends : Any physician can perforate the uterus during iud insertion for a variety of reasons. Ask your doctor how often he/she inserts them. You want someone with good experience. In addition it is more likely to happen with severe uterine flexion and other uterine anomalies. But iuds are easily reversible and tubals are not. ...Read more
My husband is having a swollen upperlip with a blister/boil in the middle portion of it. There is no pain and it is there for 6+ months. what is it?
Don't guess: No responsible physician would provide a diagnosis for your husband's lesion without an evaluation. He would need an assessment to determine what this is. ...Read more
What is it like to have a baby who had a problem with the ureter tube (the tube that connects the kidney and the bladder)?
If a young child is put on medication for an ear infection, is it normal for the ear to drain mucus?
Possibly: If the ear drum has ruptured from the ear infection - which is not uncommon.. Then yes you would see drainage from the ear. If there is a rupture (typically very small - pinpoint), it will heal within a week. The medication (i presume an antibiotic) did not cause the drainage. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is the reason for continuous humming in both ears. Is it a side effect of some medicine and is it cureable ?
Tinnitus: May very well be a reaction or side effect to medication however there are many other causes such as loud noises for prolonged periods of time azine people who work in construction, or in loud music environments. You should see your ENT for an exam and a hearing test. Good. Luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does a peg tube cause a choking sensation or a lump in the throat? I have redness around my peg tube, is this normal?
No, but...: A PEG tube is down in the stomach, so doesn't affect the throat (presuming there wasn't an upper endoscopy procedure in the past few days). However, normal healthy people don't have PEG tubes, which means there could be some illness or disorder that relates to the throat and to the reason why a person has a PEG tube. ...Read more
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