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Treatment For Ovary Adherent To Uterus
What are the best treatment options for endometrial stromal sarcoma grade Ib? After removing the uterus and one ovary (with one still left)
What is the treatment for adenomysis? I am 41 single and remove my uterus fibroid once and twice for ovary cyst
Hysterectomy: Adenomyosis is endometriosis in the wall of the uterus. Symptoms of adenomyosis can include heavy bleeding, severe dysmenorrhea, pain with intercourse, and uterine enlargement. Sometimes the sypmtoms of adenomyosis are treatable with oral contraceptives and over the counter pain medications, but the definitive treatment is hysterectomy. ...Read more
I have endometriosis I have pain all the time in my ovaries and uterus is there a treatment that will take this pain away?
I'm 29yrs. Having 2children. Now diagnised with polycystic ovaries and bulky uterus. May I know the treatment of this condition?
42 years, LMP 20 days late, pelvic us showed normal ovaries, uterus, bladder and one 9mm fibroid. Doc says no treatment reqd.
Without hormone replacement therapy, can women whose ovaries and uterus were removed still orgasm?
Does it harm baby boy if I take any glandulAr therapy pills while breastfeeding such as pituitary or thyroid? What about bovine ovaries n raw uterus?
Maybe. Maybe not.: It is uncertain what harm or what good a substance will do for a breastfeeding mother and her breastfed baby, if the substance is not a real medicine, tested and tested again, approved by the FDA, and with known effects and side effects. Buyer beware. User beware. It is best to stick with real medicines, because we have more certainty about a real medicine's composition, purity, effects, etc. ...Read more
If 6mm uterus polyp is cancerous for my 56 yrs old mom and uterus is normal and ovaries as well then is removal of uterus the cure & ends cancer 100%?
I have polycystic ovaries please help me how long its take for cure and it will harmful for uterus or not and later can hope to cancive?
No cure: There is no cure for pcos. There is a spectrum of pcos symptoms and not all women have the same severity. This makes it difficult to find one treatment for all. Therefore, goal is to manage symptoms. Women with pcos do have more difficulty conceiving and may need to see a specialist. ...Read more
Mri shows multiple exophytic mid posterior uterine fibroids one 5.8cm & another 2.3cm; a large simple 5cm cyst on l ovary w/many sm. Marginal cysts; & mild free l pelvic fluid. Treatment & concerns?
See a specialist:
You have multiple fibroids and the treatment options are complicated. You need to discuss these findings with the doctor who ordered the mri. The ovarian cyst is fairly large but if simple then it may resolve on its own. If you have surgery for the fibroids then the surgeon can deal with the cyst also.
This is not an internet question with only 400 character answers! :) best wishes. ...Read more
15 weeks prego, have scar tissue attaching my rt ovary to my uterus, causing severe pain, nausea & high blood pressure. What are my treatment options?
Yes: If you are premenopausal, your ovaries still function and produce an egg each month, regardless of whether the uterus is present or not. The eggs can be extracted and used to create an embryo which a surrogate can carry. There have been extremely rare cases of women conceiving without a uterus (this is very dangerous, often fatal). ...Read more
It feels like I have a rock on each side of my uterus were my ovaries are suppose to be they really hurt during sex they don't feel right?
Can see a doctor: Anyone who notices a growth in her pelvic area should get checked out by a doctor as soon as possible. It is likely that hard growths near the uterus are fibroids, a benign (not cancerous) condition. However, there is a chance it could be something more dangerous, so a thorough exam is the thing to do. ...Read more
Why can't I conceive im 19 years old and I have normal ovaries good looking uterus n I have been trying for a 1yr n 7 months?
Went to dr. For sharp pain in uterus and pain thr right ovary, and she givepain pills, and she said if don't work come back for the next step. Why?
Imaging: She may want to do an ultrasound to make sure you don't have an ovarian cyst or another reason for your pain. If pain unrelieved with pain pills, there could be a cause that can't be relieved with medication and she would want to know that in order to best help you and diagnose what may be ailing you. ...Read more
Menopause every symptom imaginable. Hysterectomy. Have ovaries. No uterus so can't judge where I'm at with this journey. 55 yrs old. When does II end?
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
If you have lots of fibroids that makes you look like you are pregnant, then surgery is an option. They can remove the fibroids or if needed, perform a hysterectomy
However, if you have a solitary fibroids, you can undergo embolization with an interventional radiologist.
If your uterus is bulky due to adenomyosis, then surgical treatment is indicated.
Meds can help but often surgery is reqd ...Read more
Not likely..: The ovaries are quite small and surgical removal/missing one should not affect the positions of other internal organs, thus not likely to predispose the woman to prolapsed-uterus. If you have trouble down there, please consult doc for an eval. Good luck. ...Read more
Anatomical variation: The ovarian pedicle is a stalk like structure, some shorter, some longer, and ovaries are not normally fixed to pelvic wall. ...Read more
No: But I donot think it would be any different than regular myoma. ...Read more
Yes: Ovaries are a must for proper sexual development in female ...Read more
No: If I understand your question I believe you had a supracervical/subtotal hysterectomy: the cervix remains but the body of the uterus is gone? It is not possible with today's capabilities for you to conceive in this case. If your ovaries remain, you could theoretically have a child by harvesting your eggs through ivf and having another woman (gestational carrier) carry the baby. Best of luck! ...Read more
A pelvic ultrasound: Done with the vaginal and abdominal probe. ...Read more
I got an ultrasound today and they told me my ovary is overlapping my uterus. What does this mean?
Nonmedical terms: "An ovary overlapping the uterus" is a descriptive nonmedical terminology of very unclear and uncertain meaning; if you have no pain and your ultrasound exam was otherwise normal, there is no cause for alarm. Your right and left ovaries are very mobile internal organs which may be found in different locations around your uterus within your pelvis at different times. ...Read more
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