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Sharp pelvic pain w/nausea, sweat, & dizziness. Dr says tender cervix & enlrgd uterus. Went for ultrasound & OBG in a few days. What could this be?
A few ideas: Sharp pain with nausea etc., could be a sign of endometriosis or adenomyosis, especially with enlarged uterus and tender cervix. Could also be an infection like endometritis or STD . The approach for these are hormonal and antibiotics, respectively. Both are a little tricky to diagnose as well. Make sure you're not pregnant or dehydrated, first. Doctor may recommend a biopsy to diagnose. ...Read more
Tenderness in the uterus, been to the doctor already...no infections or stds. im on Depo-Provera could this cause those side effects?
Probably not: The Depo does not have uterine tenderness as a side effect. You need to discuss this further with your MD. ...Read more
I had a baby via c/s a yr ago. 6 mos after my uterus became tender. I'm nursing; tenderness goes away wk after period and then comes back. U/s clear. ?
C/s: Your symptoms may be related to some scar tissue associated with your C-section scar. Since ultrasound is clear and I guess no visible massNoted then your symptoms may be associated with a thin lower uterine segment as well. Another concern can be in incision there may be endometriosis. So consult your physician ...Read more
No: Unless you have infection in it or surrounding tissue. ...Read more
No: Midcycle or ovulatory pain (doctors sometimes use the word mittelschmerz) is variable both from woman to woman and from month to month in the same individual. It always comes from the ovary (right or left) and is therefore one sided. (the uterus is a midline structure). It typically is brief (one day or less), responds to any pain medication (acetaminophen, tylenol etc.) and has no lasting impact. ...Read more
8 months PP, attempted lower ab exercise for 1st time since delivery. Uterus and ovaries felt like they were going to explode and are sore. Normal?
Okay: If you are 8 months post delivery there really isn't much harm that you can do by exercising lower abdominal muscles. It's unlikely that there is something wrong with your uterus and ovaries. If you had a Cesarean delivery there could be some scar tissue or adhesions that formed following surgery. While there is no imaging study that can determine if you have adhesions, an exam by ob/gyn will help ...Read more
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