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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Uterine Adhesions

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Can uterine adhesions be missed on a HSG test (but found during a hysteroscopy)? I had a normal HSG but still being referred for a hysteroscopy.

Can uterine adhesions be missed on a HSG test (but found during a hysteroscopy)? I had a normal HSG but still being referred for a hysteroscopy.

Sure : A hysteroscopy is a direct view of the cavity of the uterus and would be a more sensitive way of detecting uterine adhesions. It is possible there is something in your medical history that increased your doctor's suspicion of adhesions ...Read more

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Adhesions (Definition)

Adhesions is a condition in which two or more organs or organ surfaces are stuck together. Adhesions are common after surgery or infection, in which the healing response causes scar tissue to connect organs that normally should slide around freely. Adhesions can cause symptoms such as abdominal ...Read more


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Path report following ov mass surgery : fallopian - p53 signature elevated expression on slide. Uterine adhesions: reactive mesothelial cells. Why?

Path report following ov mass surgery : fallopian - p53 signature elevated expression on slide. Uterine adhesions: reactive mesothelial cells. Why?

Need to see the : Actual report. I am unable to comment on the part, "p-53 signature elevated on slide" part. Uterine adhesions and reactive mesothelial cells are innocuous and no cause for concern. It would be prudent to review the whole report with your doctor. ...Read more

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Had right ovary removal and uterine abasion a year ago- now , lower left pain cyst 1.7 on this ovary and no history of endo. Had colonoscopy.- normal. Do have IBS but this pain is different. Could this be complications of ablasion or could adhesions b

Had right ovary removal and uterine abasion a year ago- now , lower left pain cyst 1.7 on this ovary and no history of endo.  Had colonoscopy.- normal.  Do have IBS but this pain is different.  Could this be complications of  ablasion or could adhesions b

Could be adhesions: It is always a possibili when surgery has been done. If you are still having some issues, your should see your physician. There are other causes of pain, especially in the lower left part of the abdomen. ...Read more

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I have several adhesions. The bowel and uterus are adhered and the 2 ovaries as well. How dangerous is this?

I have several adhesions. The bowel and uterus are adhered and the 2 ovaries as well. How dangerous is this?

Distressing problem: are due to previous surgery or infection . some will never have any symptoms , other will have bloating , dissension pain and bowel obstruction . Surgery is indicated for obstruction . Cant not clear them as they will reform after surgery . ...Read more

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My both ovaries seen posterior and adjoining uterus and to each other? Due to adhesions ..... What is the solution

My both ovaries seen posterior and adjoining uterus and to each other? Due to adhesions ..... What is the solution

No pain no gain: If there is no pain associated with the adhesions and you are not actively trying to conceive, then sometimes leaving well enough alone is the best option as adhesions can re-form post lysis surgery .If you are attempting pregnancy, the Fallopian tubes get bound by the adhesions and preventing the fertilized egg from transporting to the uterus raising the risk of ectopic pregnancies=surgery. ...Read more

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I had hysteroscopy 3 weeks ago to separate subseptate uterus. Dr recommended another hysteroscopy to check for any adhesions. Is this a normal procedure?

Yes: Formation of adhesions can interfere with future menstrual cycles and pregnancy. The walls of the uterus are "sticky" after this procedure so a follow up hysteroscopy is an easy way to check for postoperative adhesion formation. ...Read more

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Hx of PCOD. I also have had precancerous tissue removed 2x from my cervix. 8 yrs ago, I had adhesion removal surgery. Uterus is hurting 5-8 on 1-10?

Hx of PCOD.  I also have had precancerous tissue removed 2x from my cervix.  8 yrs ago, I had adhesion removal surgery.  Uterus is hurting 5-8 on 1-10?

More adhesions?: sounds like possible adhesion or worse, see a gyn. dr who can investigate with tests like pelvic ultrasound and more. sorry to hear this, may also be something simple but don't presume. ...Read more

Uterus (Definition)

The uterus is a muscular organ in a woman's pelvis where the the fertilized egg attaches ...Read more