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Medical reports show that I have two uterine cavities (two uterus). What does this mean and is it 100% repairable?
Didelphys: When your uterus is developing it starts as two halves that become one. If this doesn't happen properly you can have duplication of the uterus and sometimes the cervix and even the vagina. It doesn't always need repaired, but I suggest seeing a fertility specialist for further evaluation ...Read more
Space inside uterus: The intrauterine cavity is the space where teh lining of the womb(endometrium) is located. If a fibroid is removed that protrudes into that space, care must be taken to repair the uterus to maintain its' integrity in the event of future labor and child birth so that the uterus doesn't rupture. ...Read more
I have a uterine cavity 4cm hematoma since vag hysterectomy 8 weeks ago. It keeps getting infected and i end up on IV abx. What can be done?
Antibiotics or surge: At this point, it would be continued antibiotics, or surgery to evacuate the hematoma. A lot of surgeons would hesitate to reoperate if this can be taken care of by medications. ...Read more
Ultrasound scan of uterus a small amount of fluid was seen within the uterus but wasn't inside of uterine cavity it outlined the cavity. Problem?
Can a uterine cavity hematoma post vag hyst be dispersed with u/s or laser therapy or sucked out safely? Sitting on top of vag vault. Very painful
Yes: If you had pain to begin, as the source of the pain, it could be a continuation. In cases of a hematoma that gets infected they are drained surgically. Remember the blood has antibiotics in it which reduces infection. It's difficult but will likely pass and make sure you don't have a bladder infection. There if no means to obliterate the blood. Expectant management unless infected;. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ct reports 'physiological change seen in both adnexa and uterine cavity'. Could this indicate a prolapse? Or/and what else could it indicate?
"Physiological: changes" is nonspecific verbiage, but it would imply normal findings. It would not indicate prolapse. ...Read more
Ct reports 'physiological change seen in both adnexa and uterine cavity'. Could this indicate a prolapse? And/or what else could it indicate?
Not prolapse: Physiological canges are changes that happen naturally in your body and are normal. They included signs of ovulation or signs of a period about to come or that both ovulation and your period is over. It can mean normal things that happen to your ovaries and your uterine cavity ...Read more
What is a heterogeneous cyst ? And nabothian cyst? Thats what the ultrasound report mentions i have within the lower uterine cavity. No free fluid
Report of an HSG
1.Uterine fibroid (submucous)
2.A concavity is seen on the left margin of the uterine cavity
3.FT demonstrates contrast spillage
The question?: The HSG is showing that you have fibroids ( at least 1 and maybe 2) and your tubes are open. The fibroids can but don't always cause problems with fertility and pregnancy but can often be removed with the hysteroscope especially if they are submucous. Hope this answers your question. ...Read more
42yr old female diagnosed w/ 1 ant. Submucosal uterine fibroid protruding into lower uterine cavity & multiple post. Uterine polyps. What trtmt optns?
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