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Treatments For Of Uterus Fibrosis
42. NOT pregnant. Recently diagnosed with fibrosis. Having a weird fluttering/pulsing in my uterus, day 2 of period this month. Normal? Should I be co
Probably okay: Do you mean you were recently diagnosed with fibroids? As they grow, fibroids need a blood supply so maybe you are feeling that. It's probably nothing to be concerned about. Once you reach menopause (average age 51) then your fibroids should shrink. If your fibroids start to cause problems (irregular bleeding, anemia, pelvic pain, pain with intercourse) then they might need to be treated prior ...Read more
It depends: The common term to which you refer is a fibroid which are found in up to 70% of women depending on studies. If asymptomatic, as the majority are, they require no treatment. There are treatments that will decrease their size but to remove them requires surgery, either a myomectomy or hysterectomy depending upon the patient's wishes. Meds can control bleeding if that is the issue. ...Read more
Depends: If the person is sexually active it s usually hysterectomy with reconstruction of the pelvis by a uro/gyn specialist. If the person is not sexually active usually a simple procedure called colpocleisis. The uterus is retained and the vagina is closed this reducing the prolapse completely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No good treatemtns: Unfortunately, there are no good, effective treatments for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. Many have been tried, such as steroids, anti-inflammatory drugs, and a drug called mucomyst, (acetylcysteine) but the studies done have not shown significant efficacy. Treatment is mainly supportive. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: It depends on why you have pulmonary fibrosis. Some variants respond to therapy, and others have no known effective therapy, and others still respond to removal of the source of irritation that caused it. Your pulmonologist should help determine the kind of fibrosis you have (through history, examination, a ct scan and then possibly a biopsy of the lung) and then direct therapy. ...Read more
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There aren't many...: Unfortunately, there are not many treatments for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis that have been shown to work. Mainly, the focus is on comfort and symptom management. Sometimes, oxygen can be of benefit. I would also get him evaluated for pulmonary rehab. Although there is no cure, there are many people who can live a long time with ipf. It depends on how bad it is. He should def. See a lung doc. ...Read more
Depends: In general no treatment for a uterus that is just bulky. It really depends on why you had the ultrasound and what your plans are for children. Mild uterine enlargement is often times associated with adenomyosis and fibroids, but can also be seen in an early pregnancy before the gestation is visible. More info is really needed to answer your question. ...Read more
No periods: Follow up with a fertility specialist, as most females have a period by age 19. Do you have other signs like breasts and hair ?Check your ovaries for follicles ,and for uterine obstruction, check levels of hormones TSH ( thyroid),prolactin, FSH, LH, estridiol. Consider progesterone or estrogen/progesterone challenge. http://www.aafp.org/afp/2006/0415/p1374.html ...Read more
Hypoplastic uterus with infanitile shape. Never had perods. Is there are any treatment for this. ?
Uterine development: If there is an associated abnormality of the vagina, corrective surgery is available. The uterus itself will remain non-functioning. Of importance, developmental abnormalities of the genital system are often associated with abnormalities of kidney and ureter development. Ultrasound or x-ray evaluation of the kidneys, ureters and bladder is needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is Bronchial fibrosis? Is it the same as Pulmonary fibrosis? What is the best treatment for Bronchial fibrosis?
Bronchial fib: Bronchial fibrosis is not a widely used term. It is used to designate asthma (air hyper-reactivity). See: http://journal.publications.chestnet.org/data/Journals/CHEST/21748/45.pdf It is a distinct entity from pulmonary fibrosis and the prognosis is considerably better because asthma is very treatable with bronchodilators and anti-inflammatory drugs. ...Read more
I suffer from paraoverian cyst55×38mm and submucosal fibroid in the uterus 12×13mm whats the treatment i 30 years old and have 2 baby ?
Recently I had an ultrasiund in my abdomen and a Fiboide 3 cm and Hetereogeneous Uterus was found.Wich treatment do you suggest I should have?
My sis is 30have 4children she has infection in uterus she has gone through treatment but it occours again way medicine do u suggests for her?
Up to her and doctor: What type of infection? How long has been the treatment? What antibiotics? Unable to even give you a intellegent answer about this. Sorry. ...Read more
My uterus is normal size with a myoma in the posterior wall, size 1.7x1.0x1.5 cm.Is this harmful? what treatment do u suggest as I am unmarried?
Not harmful: Fibroids of the size described are quite common in a 38 y/o woman. They do not need treatment. They can be monitored with pelvic ultrasound on a let's say yearly basis to see if and how quickly they grow. If they seem to grow quickly, there is medication that can then be taken to stop the fibroids from growing. ...Read more
I am 46 yrs old.My uterus size is 12.82 x 6.98 x 6.21 cm. Is it very bulky in size? I have no problem related to periods.Should I get a treatment ?
See below: I presume your uterine size was measured on an ultrasound exam? If so why was the ultrasound done? Clinically, what is the uterine size? If you have no pelvic symptoms, and regular menstrual cycles with a normal flow, treatment based on measurements is probably not necessary. ...Read more
I am 26 years old & recently I got periods but my uterus size is so small. How to increased uterus size with help of medicines or any other treatment?
Why?: Do you really mean your uterus? The uterus remains very small unless you get pregnant and there is no easy way for you to know the size of your uterus except by physical exam, ultrasound, or other imaging scan. While there are some hormones that will affect the size of your uterus they would be dangerous for your health and would provide no benefit. See a doctor 1st menses at 26 is very late. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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