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I've several fibroids the largest measuring 70mms in size on the posterior wall to cervix. A 504mm endometrial echo diameter is noted.
Can i concieve?
Can a tampon get pushed so high into your posterior fornix that your cervix is completely open and uncovered and susceptible to sperm?
Yes: Tampon can "get lost"in the posterior fornix.Problem is not that cervix is "exposed"to sperm but it will begin to smell bad and also become a small risk of infection,including a very rare(but life-threatening) condition called toxic shock syndrome. It is best to go to your gyn doctor and have it removed. If you are worried about being pregnant get a pregnancy test.Best wishes. ...Read more
Fingerd @20 wk g1p0, brown spotng the nxt day, said threatnd ptl? Labs normal, posterior placenta grade 0 and cervix length normal, is sex ok @24wks?
Internet Medicine: You have a high risk pregnancy. None of us here thousands of miles away from your physician will want to interfere with or contradict any recommendations that your physician has provided to you. You have a high risk pregnancy. All questions about activities that are safe for your pregnancy should be directed to the physician providing you care in person. I am sorry. ...Read more
Had a scan which showed i was 9wks preg, also a posterior wall hypoechoic nodule, lying close to the cervix measuring 3.19%d73.68%d73.52cm.What does it ?
Yes it cabn: Cervix position is a little different for all women. Many women have a posterior cervix when not pregnant because your uterus is anterverted or tipped forward. 75 percent so when you get pregnant your cervix will start posterior and rotate anterior towards the end of your pregnancy. ...Read more
Can doctors get a clear view of the posterior fornix wall of the vagina behind the cervix, or have to use laporoscopy or smth similar?
If a tampon was stuck in the posterior fornix, would sperm still be able to get through the cervix and eventually could lead to pregnancy?
I feel a bump on my posterior fornix in my vagina. Will a doctor be able to see my fornix even if the cervix Is in the way during a normal pelvic exam?
Hello, what is the placenta is forming posteriorly eccentric to the right mean?that mean is it cover on cervix? any chance complete placenta may move?
Normal variant: Depending on the number of children born via vaginal delivery a woman has, sometimes her cervix can be "bulky". Typically if a woman has never had a vaginal delivery, her cervix will be small, as it's never stretched out. Bulky is a normal variant and doesn't mean that there's anything wrong with the cervix, per se. ...Read more
Low Bishop Score: As you get close to full term pregnancy, the cervix is assessed for 5 factors: dilation, effacement, firmness, position, and fetal station. Each factor gets scored, and the 5 are added together. 10 or better is considered favorable, and a patient has a very high chance of responding to oxytocin as an induction agent. Conservatively speaking, therefore, <10 is unfavorable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sometimes a picture: Is worth a thousand words. Assuming you are genetically female and assuming you have had menstrual flow, then we are able to establish you have a uterus. Some females are actually genetically male, therefore don't have a uterus and don't menstruate. So assuming the former, take a look at the diagram I will post. Click on the photo to enlarge it. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Doctor can evaluate: "low" means different things to different people. A primary care doctor or an ob-gyn doctor can examine to see what the patient means by low. Plus, the doctor will ask about other symptoms with the female genitals, and will want to know if "low" is a new position, or is the way the uterus/cervix has always been. ...Read more