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Scar Tissue On Cervix How To Remove
I recently had some cyst removed from my ovaries and scar tissue from my cervix. How long will it be before I can try to conceive?
Now: Neither of those surgeries will require any delay before trying to get pregnant. ...Read more
The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more
How should I have scar tissue on cervix further evaluated? Papsmears became painful 3 years after cone. Pap results normal, but very painful.
Ask doc: Simply ask the doctor if you have scar tissue. They can tell by looking. ...Read more
What causes scar tissue to form on cervix? Can you feel it if u have it? How do u know if u have it? I felt a rough patch on the side of mine.
Probably not: It could be scar tissue on the cervix but don't go trying to diagnose yourself. There are other things it could be. You should go see your gynecologist. You wouldn't call your plumber and say, "there's some new thingy hanging off the kitchen faucet that wasn't there last month- isn't it just mineral build-up? " no! So why do it with your body? ...Read more
Depends: If it is completely blocked there will not be any flow, and blood can back up in the uterus causing pain and other symptoms. If there is a partial blockage then periods can still occur. ...Read more
Painful scar tissue developing 3 years post cone biopsy on cervix normal? It is very painful to get a papsmear because of it, is this normal?
I just got dionosed with pcos but now I have scar tissue across my whole cervix how is this fixed?
Will I be able 2carry full term after 4th d&c what r my risks of scar tissue & incomplete cervix? Worried after 4th abort.! Will be getting on BC
See Fertility MD: You need to see a GYN MD who focuses on fertility to determine if your cervix is capable to maintain a full term pregnancy. You history suggests an incompetent cervix which can be sutured closed at the next pregnancy if needed. It is wise to take a "pregnancy break" at this time to restore your emotional and physical health as well as seek a consultation with the Fertility MD ...Read more
Can having a miscarrige cause scar tissue to form on the cervix? When I felt my cervix, there was a nickel sized rough spot on the side. Normal?
Probably not: Miscarriages or birth can cause scar tissue on the cervix but don't go trying to diagnose yourself. There are other things it could be. You should go see your gynecologist. You wouldn't call your plumber and say, "there's some new thingy hanging off the kitchen faucet that wasn't there last month- isn't it just mineral build-up? " no! So why do it with your body? ...Read more
Sonogram showed something like a polyp on my cervix. Can it be something related a cervical cerclage that I had back in 2015? scar tissue or something?
I had a LEEP procedure for cervical cancer. My cervix is mostly scar tissue with a small opening. Could this possibly lead to endometriosis?
Excision: Scar tissue is rarely removed from sites of organ damage but rather from cutaneous areas where the scar is visible and occasionally painful. At this time it may be widely excised but to prevent recurrence a steroid can be injected into the would like Kenalog (triamcinolone) which produces a strong anti inflammatory response. ...Read more
Non-surgical scar Rx: Plastic surgeons can lessen scars by a variety of methods including some non-surgical methods. For example, dermabrasion or lasers can lessen scars and these do not involve cutting. See your doctor to find out what method is best for your scar tissue. Not all scars are alike and no one treatment will work for everyone. Sometimes we use a combination of treatments for best results. ...Read more
Acupuncture: Can be used for this purpose. Take care. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on what kind and cause of the scar tissue. You are young to have scar tissue. How do you know you have scar tissue. If you can give a little more information, I might be able to give you better advice. Thanks. ...Read more
I had a pinolidal sinus removed in1997 two days ago my scar tissue started hurting when I was sitting. I cannot see anything visually wrong.
Could recur: You could have a recurrence of the cyst that has not yet come to the surface. It would be wise to see your family physician & have him/her examine you. ...Read more
Why would a person wake up with the area hurting where their ovaries were removed, could it be scar tissue and why would a person just wake up this?
Some options...: Depending on the type, pattern and location of the scar, many options are available. This ranges from pressure therapy, injection of steroids, ablative fractionated co2 laser, pulse dye laser. These modalities are meant to improve the quality of the existing scars such that excision is not required. For your specific situation, please schedule an appointment with a plastic surgery specialist. ...Read more
Yes: Internal scar tissue can be removed but there is a risk that it will grow back and perhaps be worse than before. ...Read more
Brain scar tissue: It's best to leave the 'scar tissue' where it is unless it is affecting a vital structure/vessel or causing some other problem such as seizures. In that case, surgery can be performed to fix the problem. But otherwise removing it for no good reason may actually cause more harm than good. ...Read more
Can scar tissue from were I had mediport removed, cause chest pain? I stay with pain in my chest.
Yes, if nerve cut: Scar tissue from the mediport surgery, if it severed a nerve, could cause persistent discomfort. A scar growing over the area only adds to the problem, as it may have prevented the nerve from regrowing properly. Most scars, tho, have no sensation (not even pressure or temperature) which is why they feel "weird". There cd b another cause - TTYD 4 a good evaluation. Good Luck & thanks 4 ur question! ...Read more
Is it common to have scar tissue removed from your knee? I was told I have a lot of it. Please help
Yes, if its the only: Significant finding on the scope of the knee and if its causing problems, then removing the scar tissue would be the thing to do. ...Read more