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I've had septate uterus, hysteroscopy, laparoscopy. While exercising I felt a twinge, during clean and jerk move w heavier weight. Can I hurtmy uterus?

I've had septate uterus, hysteroscopy, laparoscopy. While exercising I felt a twinge, during clean and jerk move w heavier weight. Can I hurtmy uterus?

Probably not, but: Probably not, but depending on how extensive the septoplasty was (and by what method, ) you should ask your surgeon what restrictions he or she prefers for you. ...Read more

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Hysteroscopy (Definition)

Hysteroscopy is a procedure utilizing a thin telescope with a light cord and camera attached to visualize the inside of the uterus. The scope is inserted through the vagina, into the cervix and then entered ...Read more


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I had hysteroscopy 3 weeks ago to separate subseptate uterus. Dr recommended another hysteroscopy to check for any adhesions. Is this a normal procedure?

I had hysteroscopy 3 weeks ago to separate subseptate uterus. Dr recommended another hysteroscopy to check for any adhesions. Is this a normal procedure?

Yes: Formation of adhesions can interfere with future menstrual cycles and pregnancy. The walls of the uterus are "sticky" after this procedure so a follow up hysteroscopy is an easy way to check for postoperative adhesion formation. ...Read more

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3 miscarri.Hysteroscopy &X-ray done.Dr said is unicormate uterus.Is this results enough to say wich type uterus I am and he said not abble to have bab?

3 miscarri.Hysteroscopy &X-ray done.Dr said is unicormate uterus.Is this results enough to say wich type uterus I am and he said not abble to have bab?

Check with doctor: Your doctor will have more information than we do and should be able to address the specifics of your case. in general a unicornuate uterus does not decrease ones fertility. ...Read more

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I had a vaginal scan indicating that my uterus is axial, the endometrium was 7.7mm now I have to have a hysteroscopy/biopsy is this necessary?

I  had a vaginal scan indicating that my uterus is axial, the endometrium was 7.7mm now I have to have a hysteroscopy/biopsy is this necessary?

Assuming:: 1. You are postmenopausal 2. You are having vaginal bleeding then yes this is advised. The purpose is to make sure there is no evidence of endometrial cancer (the majority of women will not have this). Endometrial thickness above 5 mm is commonly considered something that needs to be addressed if #1 and #2 apply. ...Read more

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51.5yrs, had laparoscopy, cystoscopy and hysteroscopy w/d&c. have been using alesse since May. Dr. said uterus is enlarged. Did alesse cause this?

51.5yrs, had laparoscopy, cystoscopy and hysteroscopy w/d&c. have been using alesse since May. Dr. said uterus is enlarged. Did alesse cause this?

Here are some ...: Alesse is primarily a contraceptive pill with estrogen & progestin, which should not make uterus bigger except "recycling" the lining of uterus like a normal menstrual cycle. At your age, some uterine fibroid formation may more likely contribute to uterine enlargement. Of course, ask you gyn-doc timely for detail. ...Read more

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I have Asherman's after a post-delivery DNC. I had a hysteroscopy and laparoscopy. 2 HSGs and an MRI show unicorneate uterus. Can I have another baby?

I have Asherman's after a post-delivery DNC. I had a hysteroscopy and laparoscopy. 2 HSGs and an MRI show unicorneate uterus. Can I have another baby?

Possible: What you describe makes getting pregnant a challenge. Both Asherman's and the abnormal shape of the uterus decreases fertility rate as well as increases miscarriage rate, yet no one can say it can never happen ...Read more

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Have had 2 pregnancies in 2 years that ended in miscarriage. I have a slighlty arcuate uterus, do I need a hysteroscopy?

You might: If the arcuate uterus was diagnosed with HSG then the hysteroscopy would only be for the purpose of removing any septum that might be in place. If there was no HSG done then the procedure plus laparoscopy can make that determination. ...Read more

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Im post menopause, pap smear normal but was told my uterus looks inflamed, have bacterial vag, need a hysteroscopy, any other way around this?

Im post menopause, pap smear normal but was told my uterus looks inflamed, have bacterial vag, need a hysteroscopy, any other way around this?

Unclear: Bacterial vaginosis can cause vaginal discharge but not an inflamed uterus. Hysteroscopy is done to evaluate the endometrial cavity. I would clarify with your gynecologist what the problem is exactly and then discuss options on how to evaluate the problem. ...Read more

Uterus (Definition)

The uterus is a muscular organ in a woman's pelvis where the the fertilized egg attaches ...Read more