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Prominent Fluid On Endo Cervical Canal
What means? Uterus is normal, 2-3 small nabothian cyst on CX, Minimum fluid seen in cervical canal, both ovaries increased stroma and small follicles.
Break it down: The uterus or womb is normal. This means not enlarged and no mass or tumor. A nebothian cyst are small like zits on the surface of the cervix. They are very common and do not represent a disease process to be worried about. Increase in stroma means more than average tissue holding the ovaries together and small follicles is a way of saying that there are no large ovarian cysts present. ...Read more
See a doctor: See a doctor and let them check and see what it is. ...Read more
In one side of my cervical canal I feel soft the other side is harder is it normal or could be a tumor in one side?
You need Gynec exam: You should get this checked out by your gynecologist as the whole cervical canal should feel soft and similar on both sides. Yes tumors typically start in one side. But your age is too young for Cancer. But a confirmation is required by a physician (Gynecologist) examination done soon. ...Read more
Bit confusing: Slightly confusing question since there is a cervical spinal canal to talk about as well as a cervical canal through which a baby comes when being born. Which one are you referring to? Either way, being hard on one side and soft on the other doesn't quite make sense either. Could you explain the situation and anatomic location a little bit more? ...Read more
Is it normal to be harder the top part of the cervix canal and softer the lower side of the cervical canal?
Cervix vs. Vagina: Make sure that your are palpating the cervix itself and not the vagina which is indeed softer. The cervix will have the same consistency "top to bottom." ...Read more
I feeling inside of My cervical canal and I don't know if is normal that the one side I feel like a bone and the other soft?
Hard to say.: Vaginal self-examination is always tricky. If you are having any symptoms that you are concerned about, & that is causing you to check, you need to be seen and evaluated by someone else! Otherwise, our innards feel odd at first, and the only way to tell normal from normal is to see a doc and know what you feel may be normal for you, & then you can check occasionally and see if your exam changes. ...Read more
I feeling inside of My cervical canal where the baby come out and I don't know if is normal that the one side I feel like a bone and the other soft?
Idiagnosed with central cervical canal stenosis and far lateral disc protrusion and a disc extrusion indenting cord. How serious is this. Arm pain?
Yes: I don't quite understand the question, however I think you are asking if blood clots behind the cervix near the body of the uterus could be seen by using a camera that goes through the cervical os and into the uterus, it is my understanding that blood as well as other pathological changes can be visualized by the expert who is performing this exam. ...Read more
Has acupuncture shown proven results for pain with having DDD CERVICAL CANAL STENOSIS, herniated. C3-c4 & c7-T1 I know it varies but wanted opinion?
Acupuncture: Per the World Health Organization, use of acupuncture for the treatment of neck pain is categorized as "Diseases, symptoms or conditions for which acupuncture has been proved – through controlled trials—to be an effective treatment." REF: http://www. Evidencebasedacupuncture. Org/who-official-position/. However, can one state that acupuncture will definitively treat you particular condition - no. ...Read more
If cervical canal length at 11weeks of gestation is 20mm and internal os dilatation is 8mm, measured by abdom. US, does this require cervical cerclage?
Need transvag u/s: Possibly. You should have a transvaginal ultrasound and see an MFM (high risk pregnancy dr.) if you haven't done so. You may benefit from a cerclage. Cerclage is most beneficial if done by the end of the first trimester. I see this is your only pregnancy. Best of luck and keep us posted. ...Read more
One of the reason for cervical polyp is clogged blood vessel in cervical canal, can this condition diagnosed by hysteroscopy? (clogged blood vessels)
Yes: I've never heard the term, clogged blood vessel in the cervix, but definitely if there were a problem that were in the lining of the canal, it could be diagnosed via hysteroscopy. The magnification of a hysteroscopic camera is quite large, so even small problems would look big on the screen. ...Read more
1.7cm mass in ovary could possibly be a corpus leuteal cysts, what else could this mass be? U/s showed thin fluid in endometrial canal near cervix
Cysts are common: Your ultrasound showed a thin cyst with simple fluid, this is very reassuring, and you should follow with your doctor to determine if you need an additional ultrasound. Many cysts come and go monthly with the menstrual cycle. If your symptoms do not resolve this could be concerning, but for now routine surveillance is all that is necessary. Be vigilant. ...Read more
Is it normal2 have some fluid in uterus when U have cervical stenosis? Postmenopausal US fluid & debris. Dr saysFibroids. Cldnt do endo biopsy needD&C?
Not unusual: Endometrial fluid collections of various sizes are not uncommon particularly if the cervix is narrowed, scarred or stenotic. They are usually of no consequence if the bilayer endometrium is less than 5mm, your family and personal history do not place you at risk for endometrial cancer, you do not use estrogens...D&C is probably unnecessary. Try misoprostol and paracervical Lidocaine for Popelle ...Read more
I had the nova sure procedure done in 2010, since then I have still had a period just lighter. Now im having more pain, bloating and discomfort wirh sex. I had an ultrasound dobe, they there is fluid in cervical canal, us this dangerous?
What did your doctor: Say? It may not be, your doc can do an a hysteroscopy and biopsy (I do those in office) of the fluid - tissue to make sure verything is ok, and to make sure the tissue is not abnormal or infected, I do thermachoice ablations in the offcie but only after I have done a hysteroscopy and bx to make sure the tisse is normal, it is not normal for u to be having pain, bloating and painful sex. ...Read more
I had an ultrasound done today and there was fluid in my cervical canal, not a nabothian cyst. 22 yo on bcp haven't had a period since 5/2014?
Possible stenosis: There may be some occlusion, narrowing or stenosis of your cervical canal which accounts for the "fluid in the canal" and for the fact that you "have not had a period since 5-2014, on both." Consult your Gyn regarding the risks/benefits of doing nothing vs. Those of having an intrauterine device like ParaGard or Mirena (levonorgestrel) inserted for greater protection against a pregnancy and keeping your cx open. ...Read more
My US revealed fluid in the endo canal, complex hypoechoic area in uterus, and cyst on rt ovary. Symptoms...ahmenorria, abd pain, weigh loss 20lbs?
Obgyn follow up: Radiology studies must be interpreted in the proper clinical context. Schedule follow up with the ordering physician to evaluate your report. The size and type of ovarian cyst will be important. Ask for clarification on the complex hypo echoic area in the uterus. It sounds like they are describing a fibroid but you will need to confirm this with your doctor. ...Read more
Endocervical cells: Hi AnswerD402, This is usually reported in a PAP SMEAR and it means that there are present on the slide for micro exam, cells from the INSIDE of the cervix. This means you have had a perfectly performed PAP smear because these are important cells to see under the microscope, to rule out cervical cancer. thanks ...Read more
Not age related: The width of spinal canal is developmental and not acquired, usually less than 13 mm in an adult is considered narrow. Its importance is that one is more likely to develop symptoms with degenerative disease of the spinal column later in life. ...Read more
I just f'nish my cervical root canal injection & now upper spine is in a great deal of pain. I've been told th I've got a cyst in my upper spine. Help?
Dentist: I specialize in tooth root canals, sorry. ...Read more
Root canal: Sometimes the general dentist will start a root canal to alleviate your pain and then refer you to have the procedure completed. Often times opening the tooth (starting the root canal) is the only way to allow trapped gases from the infected tooth out which will alleviate pain. ...Read more
What is the difference between severe cervical spinal stenosis and central canal stenosis and if I have both is this serious what are my options?
Spinal Stenosis: The 2 terms can denote the same abnormality. ...Read more
Since having a root canal 2 mos ago, I have gum sensitivity when pressure applied to the area. Discomfort b4 the crown. My endo re-ck & says ok. I? .
Lingering pain from?: There might be any number of causes for this- missed or accessory canal, crown or root fracture, bite high in excursions, and periodontal problem are some possibilities. I would suggest you also have your general dentist (and second endodontist?) take a look and consider getting a cbct (3d radiographic scan) that often reveals things that normal 2d x-ray can't. ...Read more
Hi, what does 7.8mm, slightly heterogenous endometrium at the fundal are mean? Also cervix with distinct canal and homogenous stroma?
Benign Ultrasound.: An endometrial thickness between 4 and 12 mm is normal (depending on when in the cycle it is done and for what purpose) Slightly heterogenous implies it has variable texture or density but not much else. The cervix is supposed to have a distinct canal and homogenous stroma (opposite to the heterogenous). In other words, the ultrasound shows a normal uterus. ...Read more