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Uterine Hematometra Treatment Options
I have recently been diagnosed with stenosis of the uterine cervix and I think I have hematometra. Can hematometra cause urinary discomfort?
Nutritional Rx: Fibroids are a result of high estrogen levels. High estrogen can be caused by excessive carbohydrate intake (via competetive inhibition of glucoronidase enzyme) therefore a low carb diet is beneficial to reduce estrogen and help shrink fibroids. You may also have low iodine, thyroid problems, low progesterone. All of these things should be evaluated. All phytoestrogens should be avoided. ...Read more
Some options.: Stage IV lung cancer is often considered too widespread for surgery to work. However, if the lung disease is limited and has spread to one isolated area, such as the uterus only, then surgery could potentially be an option depending on age, lifestyle, desire for future fertility, etc. The majority of stage IV lung cancers are treated with some combination of chemotherapy and targeted therapy. ...Read more
What are the best treatment options for endometrial stromal sarcoma grade Ib? After removing the uterus and one ovary (with one still left)
Kegel's: Doing kegel, or pelvic floor exercises, can help to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor and may help with the symptoms of prolapse. However, if the prolapse is severe, other treatments may be necessary. One option is to be fitted by your doctor with a device called a pessary, there are also surgical options to correct the prolapse. ...Read more
Depends: The "best" treatment depends on many things. Do they bother you? Are you done having kids? Are they growing rapidly? You definitely need to discuss options with your doc, but they include doing nothing, minimally invasive surgery removing just fibroid, minimally invasive types of hysterectomy, open hysterectomy, uterine artery embolization. Find the option that best fits your needs/desires. ...Read more
Need urogynecologist: This problem generally involves the uterine wall which becomes weak (for example after multiple vaginal deliveries), and there is a dropping of the uterine wall beyond the vagina (almost like turning a sleeve inside out). Usually, there are urination abnormalities invvolved--this is in realm of urology. Uterine problem--gynecology. Here, consider rx options from a uro-gynecology consultation. ...Read more
Prolapse: Prolapse is generally managed surgically. This may be approached vaginally with repairs or abdominally with sacral colpopexy for apical support. In patients who are medically fragile and poor surgical candidates, can be managed with a variety of pessaries. ...Read more
Just was told I have a uterine polyp about 7.2cm. What is the treatment, is it considered small or large and should I be concerned?
Symptomatic?: 7.2 cm is a fairly large polyp, the non pregnant uterus is about 7.6 cm. I assume that you had symptoms that led to finding the polyp. If you can live with the symptoms then you can live with the polyp. If the symptoms are not bearable or get worse then you should have it surgically removed. ...Read more
How many cycles after d and c is it recommended to initiate a new IVF treatment? I've had uterine linning issues in the past (only reaching 7 mm)
There is a new treatment for uterine fibroids called acessa. Is this procedure done somewhere in Canada??
If I have endometriosis, fibroids, and uterine prolapse is there any possibility that I could have children again? Is the only treatment hysterectomy?
Depends.: Most women can still have children with fibroids or endometriosis. Their are times when a woman cannot get pregnant or may have trouble carrying a pregnancy because of these problems. Their is nothing wrong with getting a second opinion. Prolapse can be treated when you are finished having kids. In severe cases it could be treated before having another child. You would need to see a specialist. ...Read more
What`s the best treatment for :Exophytic Fibroid at the Fundus of the Uterus measuring 5.0 x 4.4 x 4.4?? Thanks
Best: If you are 45 years old and the fibroid is not causing problems with bleeding/pressure, the best treatment is probably to do nothing. If its causing symptoms consider hysterectomy, UFE, or possibly myomectomy. If you are not 45 years old - you should always give your correct age - it would depend on whether you have wishes for pregnancy in the future. ...Read more
None: What are your clinical symptoms?Get a more detailed answer ›
No: But I donot think it would be any different than regular myoma. ...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
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 more
Treatment: D&C: You need to see your ob/gyn. He/she needs to verify that the unborn fetus is completely gone. Tissue fragments could lead to infection and pain/bleeding. He may need to do a dilation and currattage. ...Read more
Depends: There are various surgical treatments, but it really depends on any symptoms. You should see your doctor to discuss specifics. ...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
My uterus is anteverted and is bulky in size with measurements 115*46*34mm. What is the treatment for this and is this normal?
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
I suffer from paraoverian cyst55×38mm and submucosal fibroid in the uterus 12×13mm what's 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
I'm a38y/o woman. I have question of agynecologist for lyomyomatosis uterus. I have 2time lyomyomectomy but, ihave myoma&i, m simgle. Do you know treatment?
Surgery or drugs: For women with leiomyomas (fibroids) there are a few treatment options. 1) surgery to remove fibroids; 2) medication to shrink fibroids (depot lupron); 3) uterine artery emobolization (a radiology procedure to starve fibroid of blood supply); and 4) expectant management or do nothing. If you are having pain or desire conception, see a doctor for more specific advice re management. ...Read more
Uterus tilted backwa:
Retroverted uterus means uterus is tilted backwards. It has no effect on the sex desire, but some have pain with sex
20% of women have retroverted uterus
treatment is rarely needed can include
treating the underlying condition like endometriosis, adhesions and fibrois. ...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?
Is prolapsed uterus will cause the infertility? Kindly advise the treatment for this. Is it due to obesity?
Possible: A prolapsed uterus means the uterus is pulled downward. That can also pull the tubes and or ovaries downward as well. That can distort the anatomy and potentially make fertilization harder. It may also bend and kink the fallopian tube and cause a problem. ...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
If any woman about 50 years old if she suffring from uterus cancer then what is the best treatment?
Hi dr I have stone in my kidney and I am undergoing treatment for tat now will it affect my uterus?
It shouldn't: What kind of treatment are you undergoing exactly? The stone and the treatment should not directly affect your uterus, the stone or particles from it should pass through the ureters on the side of your uterus. ...Read more
Is resonance guided focused ultrasound a good treatment for adenomyosis? Suffering from adenomyosis n hope could retain uterus. Tq.
I'm 29yrs. Having 2children. Now diagnised with polycystic ovaries and bulky uterus. May I know the treatment of this condition?
Dr how can I know iam having a good uterus to deliver a baby? Iam having repeated miscarriages at 5 th week. Now worried, what treatment can I take?
Repeated miscarriag: Repeated miscarriages can happen because of any of the following :1. Chromasomal abnormalities 2. Hormonal imbalance 3.physical illness ie. Thyroid disease, lupus, heart disease, liver disease, kidney disease, etc. 4.Polycystic Ovary disease, 5. immune problems 6. Antiphospholipid antibodies 6. problems in the uterus 7 Oopause--poor ovarian reserve-poor egg quality ...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