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If I only bleed out of the same nostril every time (left side), does that rule out posterior bleeding? It feels like it's coming from deep within.
No: If the bleeding can be easily stopped, a posterior bleed is less likely. Consult an ENT to see what can be done ...Read more
Posterior placenta 3.4-3.8cm from os 28w. Can it cause bleeding during lower segment formation? Or not over area that stretches? Csec booked
Sounds normal: Based only on this one piece of limited information the placenta is in a normal location. We look for the placenta to be more than 2 cm away from the cervical os. Yours sounds normal. If a c section is planned I would clarify with the doctor the rationale and make sure all is explained to you to your satisfaction ...Read more
My father will be undergoing a bypass surgery. He has a medical history of posterior du bleed which happened six months earlier and positive occult bleeding. Any risks?
Hypoechoic masses noted anterior and posterior on myometriom largest measuring 29*2.2cm of Uterus. Pains sometimes. No bleeding. Should I worry?
Posterior cervical fusion which resulted in misplaced screw abutting vetebral artery. Surgeons recommend not to remove, may cause bleeding.
Complex descicion: Removing may very well be riskier than leaving it bleeding from the vert can be life threatening and of course stroke is ever present danger. Cerebral endovascular work has made recent great advancements you might ask interventionslist on the stroke team esp if there is a neuro surgeon on the team with cerebral endovascular experience if they have ...Read more
Fibroids are 5.0x4.9x4.2 CM 5.6x5.5x4.7 posterior upper &posterior lower uterine are these big and preventing fertility, and cause heavy bleeding.
Posterior submucosal fibroid grew from 5.5cm to 6.2cm in 1 mo, along with increasing sympt of heavy bleed/cramp/constip/pressure. 39y/o. Options?
Fibroid: I hear this complaint all the time. You are too young to leave it alone it will only get worse. It is time for a procedure. As a surgeon I would remove it laparoscopically. ...Read more
My father experienced two episodes of spontaneous epistaxis today (posterior bleed) he has hstory of high b.P and cholestrol. How should I proceed?
Mydad had posterior du bleed last year. Heamoglobn still now less thn norml. Postve stool fr occult blood. Undergone bypss surgery last week. Treatment?
DU bleed: It is possible, given his history, that his du is bleeding again. If he never had any treatment for it, the ulcer may be back. He will need a double balloon endoscopy by a really skilled GI doc to get the scope down the roux limb and back up the biliopancreatic limb and into the duodenum and gastric remnant. He also needs proton pump inhibitors. ...Read more
I might have an incidental arachnoid cyst in the posterior fossa & I get chronic nose bleed when I blow my nose from the left nasal im scared from it?
Yes: Hemorrhoids can be a chronic condition that is difficult to treat, however, usually recommended is a high fiber diet and stool softeners to reduce straining and constipation. Some creams may help with the pain and swelling. These steps frequently reduce the size of the hemorrhoids and as a result can decrease the bleeding. There are more advanced therapies as well, so see your doc. ...Read more
Very Common: Depo-provera is very effective but notorious for causing abnormal bleeding. Up to 80% irregular bleeding with the first shot. However, it also causes light or absent bleeding (amenorrhea) with subsequent doses. Up to 50% stop menses after their second shot. So if it's your first dose, hang in there. Transient hair loss, weight gain, and depression are also common symptoms you should look for. ...Read more
Dubious remedy: Acacia is a gummy plant product that has been used to cover little cuts and bleeding gums. If you have a bleeding skin lesion, or abnormal bleeding from some part of your body, a physician's office visit is in order. ...Read more
Yes: It sounds like you have that? I'm not sure what the question is. If you've had it all your 'adult' life, then it's just you. If you've become much a heavier bleeder than normal that may be due to weight (body fat) gain or a change in diet or hormone therapy. If you're worried about it or if you're changing a maxi pad or tampon more often than every hour, you should see a doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
Not normal except...: The first intercourse usually ends up with various degree of post-coital bleeding. Afterwards, seeing blood in genital area, esp. Recurrent, should be checked so to see where the blood coming from - genital or urinary tract or occasionally from semen (hematospermia). How to sort these out correctly? Follow instructions in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wish to health... ...Read more
There are many possible reasons for bleeding during /after sexual intercourse. ** menopausal women may have atrophic vaginitis with decreased vaginal secretions & thinning of vaginal mucosa. ** some sexually transmitted diseases like chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoiasis ** endometritis.** endometriosis** adenomyosis**erosion (inflammation) of the cervix ** uterine polyps**
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Side effect of BC: Break through bleeding is a term used to describe bleeding in between menses in a woman who is on hormonal birth control. It is usually something that occurs in the first few months of starting a new method of birth control and will usually go away by itself. If it is very heavy or lasts more than a few months, let your doctor know. ...Read more
Not normal: It is not possible to tell why you would be bleeding under your skin from this posting, but it is not normal to be having that issue. You should see your doctor for evaluation and treatment. Good luck. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Trauma or injury such as major car accident, spleen or liver injury, penetrating trauma, etc. Postoperative bleeding is uncommon. Bleeding from ruptured ectopic pregnancy. Unless you mean internal bleeding inside the intestines such as stomach ulcers, colon cancers, colon lesions like vascular malformations or diverticula, hemorrhoids, etc. ...Read more