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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
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?
Digitally: You may insert your fingers to pull it out, may be sat on a toilet seat and try. ...Read more
Iv been experiencing uncomfortable pain round my ovaries area, feels like I need a huge fart, it's my vaginal fornix why is this anyone can help?
Ovaries: Sounds like a pain in the ovary. It could be a cyst. They often resolve spontaneously after your menses. There are many other possibilities, including low grade infection, intestinal or appendix, urinary tract and hernia, so if it is severe or persistent, get it checked by a gynecologist. ...Read more
I lost my soft contact lens in both eyes, pieces of these r stuck deep in upper fornix and around my eyeballs, not accessible, what methods can dr use.
Look but be gentle.:
Try to flush with sterile saline.
Also, double everting the lids can sometimes find stubborn foreign bodies in the eye. You can't really do this yourself.
A scratch on the cornea can give you a sensation that a foreign body is still there even if there is none. So don't be too aggressive in your search. ...Read more
What r different methods to remove broken soft contacts lodged in both eyes deep in conjunctival upper fornix and medial n lateral side of eyeball.
Irrigation/ sweep: Soft contact lenses can get stuck or can tear, and pieces can be stuck inside the conjunctival fornices. These pieces usually will work themselves out, but occasionally irrigation with an eye wash stream, sweeping the fornices with a pre-moistened q-tip after topical anesthetic and/or jeweler's forceps can remove the pieces. The eye doc will flip the eyelid to better visualize as well. ...Read more
I lost soft contact lens in my eyes, fornix, they have folded and ruptured, and small particles of this lens were falling in my eye, im seeing floaters.
Floaters: There is no association between your contact lens tearing and the development of floaters. If your eye is still irritated from possible contact fragments on your eye surface then you should be evaluated by your eye doctor to have these fragments removed. In addition, your eye doctor will evaluate your floaters (which are inside your eye) to rule out any internal eye problems. ...Read more
Thick and white(no Spinnbarkeit effect) discharge from vulva. Is it Skene gland Secretion or C.M. from cul-de-sac(p fornix) of the vaginal introitus?
Not cervical mucous: Sounds more like vaginal secretions, rather than cervical, if no odor, or irritation, can be normal. Otherwise, need to check with your doctor ...Read more
I see some clear fluid blisters on the interior fornix of conjunctiva and also the palpebral conjunctiva on both eyes. They're asymptomatic until my eye gets irritated by something.
Unlikely: If you mean posteriorly in the pelvis, position of the fetus early varies and will change as it gets bigger. Late in term, certain positions can create some challenges for delivery, so it is important to know the baby's position as the due date gets closer. ...Read more
See below: Inflammation of the posterior uvea (choroid) has many potential causes: sarcoidosis, syphilis, vogt-koyanagi-harada syndrome, behcet disease, lens-induced uveitis, sympathetic ophthalmia, tuberculosis, postoperative or post-traumatic endophthalmitis, posterior scleritis, rheumatological disease, other infectious pathogens... Too many to list here. See a good retina specialist. ...Read more
Monitoring Centers: Lymphatic system absorbs/carries things too big to go into the arteries/veins like bacteria eaten by white cells and digested food. Lymph nodes "taste" the lymph for anything bad like bacteria/viruses/cancers, etc. When it detects a problem, it alerts the immune system and your body reacts. They enlarge in response to the inflammation they create when they react. They shrink when all is well. ...Read more
Probably normal: Limited information here, am assuming this is an MRI finding. Venous plexus in this location is normal. If this is simply an incidental finding, probably no follow up necessary, or possibly an additional study or follow up MRI in a short time if there is some uncertainty. As always, speak with your clinician regarding appropriate course of action. ...Read more
Herniated disc? : Usually bulges are more related to the disc that support the spinal joints to the back, sometimes bulging can affect the spinal cord which can lead to chronic back ache and other complicated symptoms. ...Read more
Allergic brain rxn: Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (pres) is often only an MRI finding of increased signal in temporal, parietal, and occipital brain regions. The main correlate of pres is a history of having received immunotherapy. In association with alzheimer's trials, this is called aria for amyloid related imaging abnormalities. ...Read more
Cataract from birth: When the lens is being formed during pregnancy, sometimes the back portion of the lens forms abnormally and can leave an opacified area. Many times this is not visually significant, but it can be. Any opacification of part of the lens is considered a cataract. Since this occurs from birth it is called a congenital cataract. ...Read more
Fusion: An anterior spine fusion means removing the disc from the front followed by placing a cage or bone graft in place of the disc to fuse the bones together in the front. This is often combined with a posterior spinal fusion which involves placing screws and bone graft in the back in order to get the best possible chance of successful fusion. ...Read more
Language issues??: Your question is incomplete due to the language issues at the end of the question. ...Read more
Fusion 2 cerv bones: The 2nd and 3rd cervical vertebra are fused together in the back part ofthe bone. ...Read more
As a generalization,: Anterior root contains motor fibers and posterior root contains sensory ones. ...Read more
Outcomes?: You can't talk about destinations without discussing the starting point. Please repost & include the INDICATION for the procedure. In other words, what problem is the operation being proposed to treat? ...Read more
Unclear: It appears that you are describing something you read in a sonogram report during pregnancy. For individual interpretation you will need to contact the ordering physician who has all the details. This sentence simply describes the location of the placenta inside of the uterus on the upper back wall. This would not require treatment ...Read more