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Shadow On My Uterus What Could It Be
Shadowing: Is an ultrasound term often seen behind calcification and some solid masses as a result of sound wave reflection. I don't know if this is what you are referring too. If used in some other context the term doesn't convey useful information. ...Read more
Transvaginal ultrasound slightly larger fibroids free fluid in uterus 9mm shadow on right overy might be venous does anything need to be done?
Not too bad: Not too bad risk. The most repeat scan in three month after period make sure not grow bigger. ...Read more
Got period after 4mo and it lasted 11 days, which never happens. I've been experiencing dull uncomfortable on/off pain by my uterus. What could it be?
Possible PCOS: If you are going a long time between periods, more than 35 days, you may not be ovulating every month. This can be a sign of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Your gyn can perform some blood tests and possibly a sonogram to confirm this. When you've gone a long time between periods, it is not unusual for them to last longer and/or be heavier. Good luck. ...Read more
My kidneys have been bothering me by being extremely painful and now the pain is in my uterus, what could this be?
Possible UTI: If you are having kidney pain and pain in the pelvic area, it could be bladder pain instead of uterus pain. You need to see a physician to sort this out and get your urine tested to rule out urinary tract infection. If the pain is coming from your uterus then you would need a pelvic exam to determine the cause of that pain. ...Read more
Cysts in Uterus: A condition called "adenomyosis" can cause cystic changes in the uterine lining and smooth muscle, and is basically a cause for excess bleeding and cramping with one's periods. It resembles endometriosis in that it is caused by invasion of the uterine muscle by endometrial tissue, and is a frequent cause for hysterectomy. See your gyn provider for advice and treatment. ...Read more
TVS showed a mass 1.3 in the opening canal of uterus? What could it be?, is it something to worry about?
A polyp or fibroid: These conditions are both be ignGet a more detailed answer ›
I currently have the 10-year IUD. I have had it going on 6 years now. Last week I began to feel a faint vibration in my uterus. What could this be?
Uterine vibration???: That's a new one to me. It is often difficult to isolate the source of a sensation in the abdominal area, and a vibration sensation in the lower mid abdomen could be from bowel, bladder or uterus, etc. A fetus that is moving will cause a slight tapping motion, and if you are worried about that, please do a pregnancy test. If the sensation is not painful and not constant, OK to give it some time ...Read more
I had my tubes tied 6 years ago. A year ago I was in a car accident and was told I had fluid filled pockets or sacs in my uterus. What could this be?
Today I had an ultrasound done that showed I had a cyst on my ovaries as well as fluid in my uterus. What could this fluid be?
I have a 31 day cylce I have ovulated and my next period Is in 2 weeks. I'm getting bad cramps on the left side of my uterus, what could this mean?
Pregnancy problem: Usually women begin feeling their baby move at 16-18 weeks with second and subsequent babies. First time pregnant women usually start having that at 18-20 weeks. At 14 weeks a lot of women believe they feel their babies but most of it is probably overreaction to the fact of being pregnant. Pregnant uterus is known to contract occasionally even early in the pregnancy. Your "tapping" may be that. ...Read more
6.5 wks preg, bleeding for 5 days. 2 sono show growing embryo, strong heartbeat, blood not from uterus what could it be? Chances for healthy preg?
Bleeding while preg: It's unclear when the bleeding is coming from. You need a Gyn exam. Possibly there is a vaginal source of the blood. ...Read more
My belly button is starting to pop out at the botton. I had a vaginal ultrasound done september 26 that confirms no baby in uterus. What could it be.
I went for an ultrasound and they said I have water in my uterus. What could this mean? What type of doctor shouldi see? I have an appointment with my gynocologist in two weeks is this the best type of doctor to go to. Also, the reason they did the ultraso
Hello. : Hello. This is being answered by a psychiatrist. I am not sure, but I believe that what is being called water in the uterus may well be a fluid build up in your endometrium (lining of uterus). I would call your doctor's office to get more information. I am assuming by the way that this is written that you are not pregnant. If you are, that is a different matter. Sometimes this can be caused my infection. Sometimes it can be caused by malignancy. Your doctor should be able to give you a better idea in the context of your medical history. If there is concern, your doctor could do an enodometrial biopsy. Take care. ...Read more
I ovulated Feb 24-28, I had unprotected sex 2x. I am now having a tight and sore feeling in my uterus. What could this be? No late period yet Thanks!
Infection or growth: If you have not had pain in your uterus before, you should consult your gyn. Infeciton is a common cause of pain and can be easily treated with antibiotics. You may have a polyp for fibroid inside the lining or fibroids within the uterus, it is rare to develop endometriosis at 44. Also, you could be pregnant. ...Read more
Could be from many: Different causes, could be fibroids, or adenomyosis, or endometriosis, could be infection, or non uterine causes like the bladder which is located in front of the uterus or bowel problems, please see a gyn as you will need an exam and a pelvic ultrasound can be done to look at the uterus and tubes and ovaries ...Read more
Hard to say: If your doctor tried to get a sample of the endometrium (an endometrial biopsy) in the office, and wasn't able to (possibly because the cervix is too tightly closed; or because it caused too much pain; which are the 2 main reasons I can think of), then doing a hysteroscopy under anesthesia can often allow the cervix to be safely dilated and the sample to be obtained. If cvx was closed: misoprostol. ...Read more
Several things: May be the cervix was narrow so could not get biopsy instrument in. Could be you had pain so could not complete the procedure. Or could be the uterine lining was thin so nothing there to really sample. ...Read more
Ectopic preg./PID.: There are many possibilities, but two of the most important are ectopic pregnancy, and pid or pelvic inflammatory disease. Ectopic pregnancy must be ruled out in cases of uterine/pelvic pain, and is due to a fertilized ovum developing in a fallopian tube. This is an emergency. Pid is also possible, but is more chronic, and can result in infertility. Please see your doctor soon to find out. ...Read more
Several things: You need to have an examination by your physician personally to see what's wrong. ...Read more
The most common reason for a uterus to be enlarged is either adenomyosis or fibroids. Both are non-cancerous conditions that are very common and can develop with age and child bearing. The only way to get rid of these conditions is surgery.
There are some medications that might shrink your uterus temporarily, depending upon how large it is and why.
Be sure to follow up with your doctor!
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Yesterday I found out that my uterus is shrinking, I was wondering what could have caused it, what does this mean for my future, can it be treated?
Can you be: More specific? There is no "shrinking uterus" condition — what seems to be happening to you? Good wishes. ...Read more
Can't say: But 100% it's not implantation, you cannot feel that. If its worrying you see a doctor, otherwise you can probably wait a while to see. ...Read more
Depends: A retroverted uterus just means the position of the uterus is tilted back towards the rectum. This is not abnormal. Bulky usually means the uterus is enlarged. The most common reasons are fibroids and adenomyosis. Both are benign conditions but if symptoms are bad treatment can be considered. ...Read more
This is how...: The expected coagulated semen will liquefy itself within 15-30 minutes after ejaculation so to allow active mobile sperms to swim up and through cervical canal into uterine cavity, then going to fallopian tube... Competitively striking the awaiting egg to complete their destined mission of fertilization, but only a lucky one gets such job done. ...Read more
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