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Small Uterus Infertility
I had a pain in abdominal and I have wall fibriod in uterus too much of pain and also infertility for me now and the fibriod in small level?
Fibroids are small : Benign growths in your uterus and these willing impair implantation of a fertilized egg in the endometrial wall, thus lessening the chances of pregnancy. Follow up with your gyn and ask for ways how these fibroids could shrink. In our website, check out the list of herbs that promote ovulation. It's worth a try.Seek help from above and believe in miracles.God bless you! ...Read more
No: Depends on the type of separation. There are many different versions of "separation". Didelphic, bicornuate, septated, arcuate. Some are related to miscarriage, others to preterm birth, increase in c/s, cervical incompetence, etc. Talk to your doctor about your specific diagnosis and how to best get pregnant. ...Read more
Implantation: The uterine lining can potentially be too thick or too thin to allow embryos to adequately implant. At times there may be pathologic abnormalities such as polyps or fibroids present. In addition scar tissue can exist between the front and the back of the uterine wall to prevent implantation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not really: A bicornuate uterus can increase your risk for preterm delivery, but is usually not associated with infertility. The problem is that this is often misdiagnosed and confused with a septate uterus which can increase the risk for miscarriage. It is important to see a specialist - a board certified or eligible reproductive endocrinologist to confirm the diagnosis. ...Read more
Is it possible to become infertile because of a mistake during d&c after miscarriage?Like for example scratching too strong the walls of uterus?
Complication: I don't think this is a mistake and can happen no matter who does the d and c. I am sorry this happened to you but blaming will not get you better. Knowing this is a complication of d and c accepts the problem and now you can move forward to get the problem fixed. It is easy to fix and if you get back into the doctor and have him test to see if this is the problem then it can be fixed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can I boost my sperm count? Is it normal for the semen to to spill out of the uterus after ejaculation? Can these cause infertility?
Sperm count: You are presuming that your sperm count is low. If you are concerned about leakage of semen after having sex, you should know that you contribute semen while she contributes her own lubrication and secretions. Both cause a lot of fluid in the vagina that always leaks out. If your sperm count is normal, it won't make a difference. The best thing would be to get tested. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Was givencytotec to induce labor. I just read the warnings. Will this cause infertility in the future? Would i know if my uterus had ruptured from it?
Cytotec, (misoprostol) uterus: Cytotec (misoprostol) will not cause infertility . Uterine rupture may occur with it's use but it is very uncommon if you have never had any prior uterine surgery and the usual small standard dose was used. You will definitely have significant symptoms if you had ruptured uterus, pain , bleeding and anemia from acute blood loss are one of the common symptoms of a ruptured uterus ...Read more
Fertility specialists, how likely is a 1 cent polyp in uterus to cause 1. Infertility 2. Miscarriage. Please take size of p into consideration w answe?
I, ve been married for 1 and a half years, but could not concieve, i've retroverted uterus but no other problem.Plz tell me is it a reason of infrtility?
Cannot tell you...: I'm afraid that is not enough information to answer your question. Depends on whether you know this based on a subjective comment during an exam or if you had an ultrasound that showed an abnormal uterus. And even then, would need to know about the rest of your reproductive organs (tubes, ovaries, etc.). I'd suggest to make an appt and discuss this with the doctor that informed you of it. ...Read more
Normal findings...: If you've never been pregnant or its been awhile since you were, your uterus can be quite small. Ovaries are sometimes just hard to find. They are small and not in a fixed location so they hide behind bowel gas, stool, or other structures in the pelvis. Small ovaries are hardly ever diseased. Its the enlarged ovaries we tend to worry about and they are easier to see. Best wished! ...Read more
Yes: Unless you have a genetic problem like turner's mosaic, the size of the uerus isn't too important. If you have a uterine anomaly (like bicornuate, or septate) this may cause problems, but not typically with conceiving. If you are asking for yourself (and are 40 years old, as your profile indicates) then your age may be the biggest stumbling block to conceiving. ...Read more
Normal: It is normal size If you have already been pregnant in the past the uterus might be slightly larger and still normal. ...Read more