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Post partum US: This is normal finding.Get a more detailed answer ›
1cm paraovarian cyst on impressions from pelvic u/s. Dr did u/s in office and said he didn't see it 7 months later. Why?
Pelvic u/s done 4 days before start of period showed stripe=28mm and endometrium "somewhat thick" is this abnormal? I'm 33yo.
Pelvic u/s showed a 2 CM ovarian cyst. Pain got worse, u/s repeated 2 days later. Cyst was now 4 CM. Will it keep growing that quickly? It hurts a lot
3 punctate submucosal calcifications seen on pelvic u/s 2 months after vaginal birth. Dr did not recommend follow up u/s. Why not?
Benign: These are benign/noncancerous changes and are frequently seen. They do not require followup. ...Read more
Had pelvic u/s cos of high WBC in urine. Person that did my u/s said everything looked ok but he will send result to my dr. Should i still be worried?
Somewhat: The most common cause of a high urine white cell count is an infection of the bladder. This won't show on ultrasound, which is done to exclude other possible causes, some very serious. So if the u/s is negative, according to the tech who did it, that's good news, but you still have to find out why there are white blood cells in the urine and be treated for that--it isn't normal. Ask your doctor. ...Read more
Baby born 20 weeks ago, pp bleed stopped at 6 w. Started spotting at 8 w, most days bright red when wiping, occ shows on liner. Pelvic u/s normal. Causes?
Haven't had period since baby was born 7 months ago -- pelvic u/s showed 4 mm uterine lining. I'm nursing. Dr said this was totally normal?
Yes: If u are breast feeding u may not get a cycle until u cut down to 1-2 times per day, your doc is right and he or she did the right thing to do an ultraosund. ...Read more
Pelvic U/S showed 4.6x4.7 mass with numerous echoes in left adnexal region. What does that mean exactly? Dr adamantly recommended biopsy. Cancer?
Not necessarily but-: Adenexal masses are common in women. Most of them are benign cysts. But if they are complex cysts like yours appears to be, then further evaluation including biopsy/removal of this mass should be considered. I would advise you to follow your Gynecologist's recommendations. ...Read more
Pelvic U/S showed a 5.5 CM right ovarian lesion that looks like an endometrioma. My OB wants to do robotic surgery to remove it. Is it necessary?
Lmp was on 4/23 had sex on 4/25 and was in the er 5/1blood work came back neg and pelvic u/s. Would they see if I conceived? I have 30 day regcycles
I am 12 weeks pregnant aNd I had a pelvic u/s done Thurs. And i have been spotting is that normal?
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Pelvic u/s done 2 months postpartum. Uterine lining was 4mm... Did not have period until 8 months postpartum. What's a normal thickness postpartum?
Pelvic u/s said "no significant free fluid in pelvis". Couldn't have been ruptured cyst b/c just had baby and didn't have period until 7 mos after u/s?
Normal finding.: "No significant free pelvic fluid" on ultrasound means a normal finding. ...Read more
PELVIC U/S: LEFT OVARIAN 1.4 CM CYST OR FOLLICLE, RIGHT OVARY CONTAINS FEW SMALL FOLLICLES THE LARGEST 8MM, IS THIS NORMAL? UNABLE TO CONCEIVE 7+ YRS.
Fertility : No need to yell at us. An ultrasound is not, in any way, an infertility work up. There are a dozen physical and chemical processes in conception. A fertility specialist will test each one to determine why you can't conceive. You will not find the answer to your question on the internet. Go to a real infertility specialist. ...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
Sharp LLQ pain for 5 days. Pelvic U/S neg. Body aches and 99 temp. No constipation. S/S of early pregnancy/too early to test. Can't explain abd pain?
Bloated last few months. (pelvic distention) some weight gain. Sometimes burping food back up. Pelvic u/s normal. Simethicone not helping. Help.
When to get checked: Your docs have been able to tell you a few things that you do not have with your current tests. If your symptoms are persisting then get back in with your doc. Okay to ask for RUQ ultrasound to look for gallstones. You may also need an egd/scope to look in your stomach. ...Read more
I have chronic pelvic pain & lately I've been seeing blood in my stool.Could it be endometriosis complications?Can pelvic u.s show adhesions on colon?
Having bowel issues w/cramping and feeling urge to go more than usual.backache as well.had a normal pelvic u/s 2 months ago.can this be ovarian cancer?
Tenesmus and Urgency: 47 year old lady with rectal tenesmus, cramping, urgency and backache. You definitely have gastrointestinal symptoms. You should see your MD for a full examination and evaluation for inflammatory bowel disease. Do you have weight loss? What is your family history? Describe when exactly this began and how many times a day you have a BM. Blood? Mucous? Pus? Fever? Medications/Medconditions? Good luck ...Read more
I am 34 years old, G2 P2 with an IUD. Having abnormal bleeding, pelvic normal. U/S shows calcification, what does this mean? Can it be cancer?
Bleeding: It may just be reaction to the IUD but I suggest you see your physician to get a definitive diagnosis ...Read more
Pelvic pain, U/S Tech said I had "chocolate chip" ovaries but said I had no cyst or any reason for concern, awaiting results from doctor. Thoughts?
Ultrasound: Although ultrasound technicians are very good at what they do, that is doing the ultrasound, they are not Physicians. I can not count the number of times I have had patients scared to death of random comments they have made as they have done ultrasounds. You need to wait for the Radiologist, a Physician, to read the ultrasound and report it to your doctor. He will then give you the correct findings ...Read more
I keep cramping, bloating and recently diagnosed with ibs-c since my pelvic/transvag u/s, ges, came back normal but irreg pds? Is it ibs? Lost 20lb
CA 125 level in a 70yr woman who had hysterectomy with removal of ovaries+Fallopian tubes=341U/ml. Possibillity? Waiting for results of pelvic+abd u/s.
Waiting is hard: Although it's hard to wait, your doctor is evaluating you for possible abdominal or pelvic cancers which can show up even after removal of the uterus, tubes, and ovaries. They may also recommend a CT (cat scan) or PET scan If the u/s isn't helpful. Best wishes for good results! ...Read more
What could cause gas after every meal and pain in my right side that is not pelvic (had an u/s to confirm)?
Could be Gallbladder: Pain in right side that develops after eating can be a sign of gallbladder problems. Other signs of gallbladder disease, include: associated nausea, vomiting, and/or diarrhea. Pain can be the only symptom. Another potential cause of your symptoms is reflux disease. If the problem persists or worsens, consider seeing a doctor. ...Read more
But yes, uncommon but infections from the vagina can ascend into the uterus to give you PID.
Antibiotics can help fight symptoms and prevent complications. ...Read more
Urine shows microscopic amt red + white blood. 2nd time in 3 months. Dr says no bacteria so it is ok? Is this normal. Good pelvic and abdom u/s 2014
Good morning doctors. I'm in my 1st trimester pregnancy. Pls when is the best time to go for ultrasound pelvic scan? Thank u so many doctors.
Postmenopausal for 2 years, have vaginal bleeding. Drs did pap, urine,pelvic exam, &
vag u/s.all is normal.could it be a weird period?
One of results on CT said, "cyst right adnexa recommended correlation w/ f/u pelvic/transvaginal ultrasound". So what's "cyst right adnexa"mean?
Usually ovarian cyst: This is a very common finding in patients your age. The u/s will be better able to characterize the cyst. ...Read more