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Pelvic Fluid Normal
Post partum US: This is normal finding.Get a more detailed answer ›
Tuv- "both ovaries are normal in sonagraphic appearance, containing scattered follicular cysts. Trace pelvic free fluid is seen". Normal to have multiple follicular cysts?
Is it normal to gain a few pounds immediately following a laparoscopy to remove a 19cm pelvic cyst with a liter of fluid?
Your doctor can addr: I am sure your doctor who operated on you is in a better position to help you address your question. If you need our help then you need to tell us more exactly what your cyst/ tumor was, when it was removed and how much weight gain do you have and what exactly is your present and past weights? ...Read more
Does "no significant free fluid in pelvis" on u/s mean that there is none? Or does everyone have a little or this is totally normal?
Pelvic US: There should be no free fluid in the pelvis and it does mean there is none. And no, it is best to have a result showing no free fluid. ...Read more
Is it always normal to have a tiny bit of free pelvic fluid? 2 months postpaprtum, breastfeeding, not menstruating.
I've had several pelvic ultrasounds in the last year and all of them have shown free fluid in my pelvis. Is this normal?
Tvu-"ovaries normal with scattered follicular cysts. Trace pelvic free fluid is seen. Impression: unremarkable study episode of cystitis at time. Cause of fluid? Day 23 in cycle. Cause for worry?
3rd pregnancy. 33w1d. Is it normal to start feeling pelvic pressure this early?
No fluid leaking.
Can be: Some women feel pressure from early in their pregnancy and others none at all. The pressure sensation is usually due to the expanding uterus putting pressure on the pelvis and/or ligaments stretching. Increasing intensity of the pressure or waxing/waning may indicate contractions and would trigger a call to your doctor or going in for a check. Good wishes:) ...Read more
Pelvic u/s done 2 months postpartum (vaginal birth) says "no significant free fluid in pelvis". Is this normal? Shouldn't there be 'none"?
Pelvic Fluid: There is always a small amount of fluid in the abdominal cavity. Fluid leaks from your blood vessels, your intestines and other areas and is absorbed by other systems within your body to keep things moving. It is totally normal. When there is a large amount of fluid, that becomes abnormal and we need to find the cause of the fluid. ...Read more
What does "no significant free fluid in pelvis" mean on ultrasound? Had baby 2 months ago and still no period yet (4months after). Normal?
In women, it can be normal to have a small amount of fluid in the pelvis, usually from a ruptured ovarian follicle.
Sometimes, radiologists report something like "no significant free fluid in pelvis" instead of saying "there is physiologic free fluid", or "there is a small amount of free fluid".
Any way you say it, it means there is no concerning amount of fluid to have to further investigate! ...Read more
Facial swells, pelvic ultrasound shows slight fluid retention, kidney and liver functions are normal. What might be the cause of the swelling?
Fluid retention: Your fluid retention is most likely due to hormonal factors. Follow a low salt diet by not adding salt to cooking or at the table. If fluid retention persists, your physician may order a mild diuretic for you to use temporarily. Be sure to take a potassium supplement if you do take a diuretic. Your physician may also test your thyroid status. ...Read more
Left pelvic pain, bilateral ovarian cyst R 2.8 L 2.4, Lcyst septated (CUL-DE-SAC normal. No fluid or mass)Normal Doppler and spectral limits. Meaning?
Small septated cyst: Cysts that small are frequently part of normal ovulation. A cyst is simply a fluid filled sac on the ovary. A septated cyst means that there is a tissue wall dividing the cyst into at least two parts. A small septated cyst can still be normal but sometimes the ultrasound is repeated to make sure that it goes away as most do. The other things mentioned are normal. Best Wishes! ...Read more
"No significant free fluid in pelvis" on u/s. Impressions says normal u/s. Couldn't have been ruptured cyst because I was nursing and didn't have period until 7 months after u/s. Dr said normal?
Normal ultrasound: No fluid in pelvis may mean not enough to be seen on u/s or there is none to see. Either way in your case seems like it is normal. ...Read more
Doctor said more fluid than normal in pelvic ultrasound and "ruptured cyst cannot be ruled out) but didn't seem worried. What could be the reason?
Suspicious for cyst: Fluid present on an ultrasound can be secondary to a recent cyst and is generally nothing to be alarmed about, but these findings must be considered in the context of your symptoms. ...Read more
Is it possible a ruptured cyst throws hormones out of whack and will they level back out? Constant dizzy 2 weeks. Ultrasound normal w pelvic fluid.
Cesarean 6wks ago did some TVA & pelvic floor moves & tonight my incision stings when I lay down no fluid leaking or fever just the stinging normal?
After 6 weeks, your incision should be healed and able to handle light activity. I am assuming that your surgeon has evaluated your incision as well.
Some stretching of the incision can initially lead to some stinging feelings. If in doubt tho, call your doctor and have the incision looked at. ...Read more
When do I expect normal menstruation after lar of rectal cancer? Do mid-cycle vaginal spotting &pelvic fluid likely indicate concurrent pelvic cancer?
Explain Findings- right extrarenal pelvis of normal variant, free fluid & multiple vascular calcification's in pelvis, simple right renal cyst <1.0cm.
Normal stuff: Extra renal pelvis is a normal finding in many people where renal pelvis is outside the kidney tissue. NBD no big deal. Free fluid is common in women who menstruated and maybe a cyst ruptured for example. Stones in veins in pelvis happen to all ...Read more
Today I turn 26 weeks I'm in bedrest because my amniotic sac rupture at 23 weeks today I'm experiencing mild cramps n pressure in my pelvic every time my baby press down I leak more fluid is that normal?
Call your OB: Please contact your OB or nurse call number immediately. They will be able to address your concerns more accurately. ...Read more
Male,61,with IBS(negative virtual colonoscopy 3 years ago).Recent normal abdominal-pelvic MRI,except minimal fluid in recto-vesical pouch.CAT SCAN?!
MRI usually provides a better image than CAT scan and there is no radiation involved. From what you described, it is not likely that CAT scan would add any value to the imagining studies already done.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Cramps, back pain, fatigue, and frequent urination led to finding fluid in my pelvis but I'm breastfeeding and not menstruating. Is the fluid normal?
Yes can be common: When did you have baby? See your doc; check for uti. ...Read more
Had severe abd pain CT showed 6 CM ovarian cyst ruptured. Today u.S. Shows mod. Fluid in pelvis with cysts on both ovaries. Period tom. Is this normal?
Pelvic ultrasound showed no cyst. But showed free fluid on right. Still having pain around right overy & back normal full pelvic exam/ultrasnd and norm pap, just yeast infct. Nrml CT abd/pelvis why pain?
Many reasons: Lots of things can cause pelvic pain. A cyst that ruptured may cause lingering pain for a week or 2 after it ruptures; infections including std's, and urinary tract infections and appendicitis can cause pelvic pain, endometriosis, i. Cgastrointestinal conditions as well. If you had pain during the pelvic exam you may need to discuss diagnostic laparoscopy; if not then maybe see a different specialist. ...Read more
Abnormal intermenstrual thick bloody vaginal discharge then spotting sometimes in addition to that+now pelvic pain. Normal blood work+ vagina swabs. Transvaginal ultrasound showed fluid over Pelvis. Not on the pill or sexually active. What do I have?
Common problem: Irregular bleeding is one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections & hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
It's been about a week now and I've been having some pelvic pains at times, what could it be?and is it normal?
Pelvic pain: Pelvic pain in your woman is pretty complicated. There are multiple factors that can contributed to pelvic pains, especially women. Ovarian cyst, pregnancy, miscarriage, urinary tract infection, appendicitis, menstrual cycle, or gonorrhea or chlamydia disease, so it is wise to see an OBGYN doctor to have your symptom evaluated ...Read more
Is it normal to lay on your back (not flat) for a short amount of time and when you turn to one of your sides you get a pain in your pelvic area?
NO: Getting pain in your pelvic area after lying on your back and then turning to the side is not "normal." it may be something as simple as joint aches or inflammation such as in arthritis. There can be other causes too. You should see a doctor to get a clinical exam and any necessary testing to properly diagnose your condition. Good luck. ...Read more
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