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Quickly Laceration Of Cervix Treatment
Cervix is latin for neck and may refer to many organs but it usually refers to the opening of the uterus into the vagina. Any trauma in this region including instrumentation or scoping or placement of an iud or agressive sexual practices may cause a laceration to the cervix with subsequent scarring. A pap smear is performed on the ...Read more
Wound healing: After the removal of the condyloma, with usual wound care outlined by your physician, the area should heal in with normal tissue. As probably instructed by your physician, you will need to monitor the area for reoccurrence (if its in an area that is visualized). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How much tissue is taken off the cervix for a leep?For leep are they essentially amputating a portion of the cervix?Scar tissue? How impact pregnancy?
LEEP procedure: The amount of tissue removed will depend on the size if the lesion needing removal. This can range from a dime to a quarter size in area. Unless there is involvement of the endo cervical canal, the depth of tissue removed is less than 5mm. Scarring resulting in cervical stenosis is rare and easily managed. Single leep conizations rarely impact pregnancy. Multiple leeps can cause cx incompetence. ...Read more
How likely is it my induction via prostaglandins pessary & artificial rupture of membranes will be successful at 38wks 4dys? worried of c-section :(
Google Bishop Score: The answer to your question depends on a number of factors: Is this your first baby? What is your cervical dilation, effacement, consistency, position and fetal station? These factors have been put into a scoring system called the "Bishop Score". Your risk of a c/section goes up if the bishop score is low. For example, a high, long, hard, posterior, undilated cervix has a high risk of C/S ...Read more
Can the cervix grow back/go back to full strength after a laser cone removal of CIN grade 2 moderate abnormal cell changes procedure? Thx
Conization: The risk of preterm delivery is increased after a laser conization. You may interpret the fact that not a l l women after a laser conization experience preterm deliveries as an indication that in these cases the cervix grew back to full strength. There is no test available that would tell in advance if the cervix regained full strength. ...Read more
Sutures: Usually in for 10-14 days.... Weeks to get range of motion and swelling gone. ...Read more
Can laser treatment really cure the pain from amount fluids within the cul-de-sac on my right side after delivery by c-section?
Not sure: Please discuss carefully any plans you have with your ob/gyn doctor. ...Read more
Excision of the nonunion of navicular fracture and curettage of the cysts in the area. Is this surgery recovery going to be lengthy?
How long is the recovery period (submerging in water/intercourse) for the removal of a large nabothian cyst?
What are the main causes of a slap tear and how long is the recovery once it's repaired arthroscopicaly with a suture anchor?
Repetitive heavy: lifting, shoulder dislocation, age related, and traumatically induced are some of the reasons. Recovery depends on your overall medical condition, whether you smoke, and if you are compliant with physical therapy and follow up with home therapy, and your overall general mood an affect. Complex tears can take up to 6 months given good circumstances but noncompliance can result in longer recovery. ...Read more
How severe: If you truly cut your extensor tendon, and in affects your ability to extend your thumb, then it comes down to whether or not you want to ever regain use of that ability. Deep /gapping lacerations should almost always be sutured, ideally within 12-24hrs. Tendon lacerations most certainly need to be sutured, and if more severe - surgically repaired asap. Get seen asap! ...Read more
High Strength: The sutures (stitches) are usually stronger than the skin. The secret to a good repair is layered closure with sutures of the appropriate strength. Smaller stitches are not as strong, but are less likely to leave a mark. Be very careful to prevent further injury to the area. If the stitches pull through, delayed wound healing and a bigger scar are likely. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can a pap smear diagnose cancers beyond the cervix or can is it limited to the cervix and vagina?
Screening test: A pap smear is a screening test, primarily for detecting pre-malignant (and malignant) lesions of the cervix; however, it can also detect malignancies in other sites such as the uterus, fallopian tube and ovary. Occasionally we can see tumors that have spread from other sites such as breast cancer and melanoma. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm getting my ingrown toenail treated in a few days. What is the duration of the treatment process?
I've been diagnosed with an acute avulsion fracture of the fibula head. What is the typical treatment & recovery time for this injury?
Fibulae head avulsn: One needs to be concerned regarding the injury to the surrounding tissue like the PCL or posterior lateral corner . I.e. The fibulae head avulsion is the tip of the iceberg ,as in jury to the other structures can lead to significant knee problems. It would be prudent to undergo an MRI to assess the total injury as treatment then is based on the accuracy of the diagnosis. Consider a virtual consu ...Read more
About 18 cm: The choice of suture material for your laceration is quite large. Usually the doctors choose sutures that are dissolveable/absorbable, so they do not require a second procedure for removal. The sutures are about 18 cm long to accommodate handling by your doctor. More important than the suture is the cleaning, protection and care of your laceration. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If the entire large intestines and rectum are removed followed by creation of Brooke Ileostomy... How much of the rectal stump is usually left, if any?
Depends: The amount of rectum remaining will vary from person to person depending on the reason for the surgery in the first place. Is the procedure planned for inflammatory bowel disease? colon cancer?, trauma? some other condition? The best person to ask is the surgeon and or surgical team. ...Read more
Do the progesterone injections (p-17) for the prevention of pre term labour prevent the cervix from dilating or to prevent water breaking?
Cervix laceration: Cervix is latin for neck and may refer to many organs but it usually refers to the opening of the uterus into the vagina. Any trauma in this region including instrumentation or scoping or placement of an iud or agressive sexual practices may cause a laceration to the cervix with subsequent scarring. A pap smear is performed on the lining of the cervix. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Bleeding: Infection and pain.Get a more detailed answer ›
A plastic surgeon: Facial lacerations, if not treated properly, can leave permanent scar. Initially letting it bleed a bit will steriliize the area. Clean with cold water, cover with gauze (sterile if have), compress area gently, then would go to dermatologist, plastics derm , or plastic surgeon. If not available, go to er, and they will contact appropriate specialist. ...Read more
Cervix: I would suggest you see a gynecological specialist ...Read more
Laceration: Stop bleeding by applying pressure. Rinse wound w clean water. Clean surrounding skin w soap & water on wash cloth. Apply antibiotic ointment. Initially cover w bandage until some healing has occurred. Change bandage when soiled/ wet or at least daily. Need tetanus shot if you haven't had one in last 10 years, don't know when you last had one or if the wound is dirty & it has been > than 5 years ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Depends on type of injury, blunt. Or penetrating, small laceration or extensive laceration , what is involved major vessels like hepatic vein or vena cava are involved. Simple injuries are by simple repair with contol of bleeding area of liver, complex injuries require like resection of liver lobe , ligation of hepatic artery, or repair of complex vascular reconstruction etc. ...Read more
I hope its small: Most small, clean lip lacerations need no intervention, especially inside the lip. Lacerations of the outside are more likely to need suturing especially if they cross the border of the lip into surrounding skin. If in doubt check with an urgent care center. They may also recommend a tetanus booster. If caused by teeth a dentist may need to inspect for broken teeth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Caution...: A hand laceration is very tricky because all layers of skin, tendons, ligaments, nerves, muscles are all very close to surface; the skin is rather tight and any swelling can lead to destruction of one of the above parts. Furthermore it is the most important part of all the extremities for most functions. If very superficial, clean, dry, cover. If any more, er for proper care, prevent/rx infection. ...Read more
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