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Remedies For Weak Uterus
Weak uterus: Aspirin is used for its anti clotting properties and there is some debate whether or not it actually helps prevent pregnancy loss. There are many herbs that can help and maybe seeing a naturopath or a chinese medicine specialist can help. You should ask your doctor why is your uterus weak? It doesn't sound like a medical condition unless (s)he means your cervix, and that is treatable by a cerclage. ...Read more
Unclear terminology: Not sure what you are referring to? In pregnancy, certain losses can be caused by an "incompetent" or weak cervix. This is a very specific situation. Is this what you are referring to? Otherwise, the condition is not a true medical condition. If you would like to provide more specifics, perhaps i/we can be of further assistance. Cervical incompetence is reared by a minor procedure: cerclage. ...Read more
Not a medical term: Medically speaking, there is no such thing as a "weak uterus." sometimes, people refer to a "weak uterus" when a woman has repeated miscarriages or has a condition called incompetent cervix (more appropriately called cervical insufficiency) that may lead to a late miscarriage. ...Read more
Incompetent cx: If you have this, your doctor should have fully explained it to you already. It is where the cervix opens up too soon, anytime usually after 16 weeks and you lose the pregnancy. It can be diagnosed by an ultrasound before it happens and if you do have incompetent cx., a stitch can be placed by a competent obgyn to keep teh cervix closed and you will have to modify your activity and be monitored. ...Read more
I was reading about something high-risk ob that listed a weak uterus as a symptom, but what is it?
Cervical incompetenc: Probably talking about cervical incompetence.Get a more detailed answer ›
Weak uterus caused the infutus not to grow and became blood clot. What could be the cause and how do you treat it?
You are 27 years old.
we need more information.
if this is your first pregnancy, then it must been inherited congenital problem.
if you had many pregnancies in the past, specially if you delivered by C section, that will caused the uterus to be weak, it could even ruptured, and cause harm to the mother, and of course the fetus.
solution depend on your history.
check with your GYN ...Read more
Hi, I am uzma... recently I received a miscarriage because of weak uterus... I am 37 years old and again want to be pregnat.... what to do now?
Miscarriage: The good news is that you did get pregnant (some people can't0. is the weakness form low progesterone in early pregnancy which can be treated with supositories or from an incompetent cervix which can be treated with a suture to the cervix. Would follow up with a fertility specialist. ...Read more
Hav delivered baby no 2 via c sec 5mnths bak. Have umbili hernia and weak uterus muscles. Can we go for baby 3 w/o fixin the hernia. Thx?
It depends: The common term to which you refer is a fibroid which are found in up to 70% of women depending on studies. If asymptomatic, as the majority are, they require no treatment. There are treatments that will decrease their size but to remove them requires surgery, either a myomectomy or hysterectomy depending upon the patient's wishes. Meds can control bleeding if that is the issue. ...Read more
No: But I donot think it would be any different than regular myoma. ...Read more
? fibroid: I presume you have a uterine fibroid, a common benign muscle tumor. Sometimes people call them fibroid cysts (fluid filled), though they are usually solid muscle. If I am right-nothing needs to be done. Fetal growth needs to be monitored with ultrasound and vaginal delivery is usually acceptable. ...Read more
Depends: There are various surgical treatments, but it really depends on any symptoms. You should see your doctor to discuss specifics. ...Read more
What`s the best treatment for :Exophytic Fibroid at the Fundus of the Uterus measuring 5.0 x 4.4 x 4.4?? Thanks
Best: If you are 45 years old and the fibroid is not causing problems with bleeding/pressure, the best treatment is probably to do nothing. If its causing symptoms consider hysterectomy, UFE, or possibly myomectomy. If you are not 45 years old - you should always give your correct age - it would depend on whether you have wishes for pregnancy in the future. ...Read more
If you have lots of fibroids that makes you look like you are pregnant, then surgery is an option. They can remove the fibroids or if needed, perform a hysterectomy
However, if you have a solitary fibroids, you can undergo embolization with an interventional radiologist.
If your uterus is bulky due to adenomyosis, then surgical treatment is indicated.
Meds can help but often surgery is reqd ...Read more
Cervical insufficiency?: It's not completely clear to me what you mean by a week uterus. My best guess is that you're talking about cervical insufficiency, where the cervix starts to shorten and dilate painlessly in the mid trimester. In this case, obtaining pregnancy isn't the problem, but rather maintaining pregnancy once conception occurs is the issue. This is normally treated with a cerclage suture placed around the cervix between 13 and 15 weeks of pregnancy. ...Read more
My uterus is anteverted and is bulky in size with measurements 115*46*34mm. What is the treatment for this and is this normal?
Marriage life started from 2001 and I have one daughter of 6 year but after that I have no child. And drs. Advised that only weakness of uterus.?
Dr how can I know iam having a good uterus to deliver a baby? Iam having repeated miscarriages at 5 th week. Now worried, what treatment can I take?
Repeated miscarriag: Repeated miscarriages can happen because of any of the following :1. Chromasomal abnormalities 2. Hormonal imbalance 3.physical illness ie. Thyroid disease, lupus, heart disease, liver disease, kidney disease, etc. 4.Polycystic Ovary disease, 5. immune problems 6. Antiphospholipid antibodies 6. problems in the uterus 7 Oopause--poor ovarian reserve-poor egg quality ...Read more
None: What are your clinical symptoms?Get a more detailed answer ›
See your doctor: Your uterus is probably just fine. Miscarriages are pretty common--maybe a quarter or more end in early miscarriage. You probably don't mean you cervix (lowest part of your uterus) is "weak, " if you do that's another story. ...Read more
Depends: In general no treatment for a uterus that is just bulky. It really depends on why you had the ultrasound and what your plans are for children. Mild uterine enlargement is often times associated with adenomyosis and fibroids, but can also be seen in an early pregnancy before the gestation is visible. More info is really needed to answer your question. ...Read more
Follow up with a fertility specialist, as most females have a period by age 19. Do you have other signs like breasts and hair? Check your ovaries for follicles, and for uterine obstruction, check levels of hormones TSH (thyroid), prolactin, FSH, LH, estridiol. Consider progesterone or estrogen/progesterone challenge.
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