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Uterus Pain After Going To The Bathroom
I've feeling stomach and uterus pain.I've been burping alot, and going to the bathroom often. Does that mean I'm pregnant?
Not necessarily: Your symptoms are non-specific.. A urine pregnancy test will help answer your question. If you are very concerned about diagnosing a possible pregnancy your doctor can do a blood pregnancy test that is even more accurate than a urine pregnancy test. Neither are expensive tests. ...Read more
After using the bathroom I came back to bed and laid on my back. Instead of being in the middle my uterus was on the right side of my abdomen! Normal?
Not normal: if you can feel your own uterus, went to the right or to the left, please see a physician to be sure ...Read more
Low gurgling noises in the uterus area be early pregnancy? (Not hungry and went to the bathroom) 2 negative test results but only 1-1/2 week since O
Once every couple months I'll be walking to the bathroom & mildly cramp, then when I urinate i have STRONG stabbing pain in uterine area. ?
Postmenopausal.had a clear vaginal discharge after bathroom, no bleeding.worried about uterine cancer.had a recent normal pelvic u/s.
This is how...: The expected coagulated semen will liquefy itself within 15-30 minutes after ejaculation so to allow active mobile sperms to swim up and through cervical canal into uterine cavity, then going to fallopian tube... Competitively striking the awaiting egg to complete their destined mission of fertilization, but only a lucky one gets such job done. ...Read more
4-6 weeks: It takes 4-6 weeks for the uterus to go back to its normal size. ...Read more
I had rough sex with a well endowed man, now having deep uterus area pain for hours after. Will this go away on its own?
Below: If it does not in the next 2 days, or if you have increase in the pain, then you need to have a GYN exam. ...Read more
If I have a 1cm polyp in lower part of my uterus. Do I need to remove it? Can I choose to leave it and it will go away on its own?
My wife got 4 fybroids just outside her uterus she is going to be operated in first week of may. Which medicine she should use to relieve her pain.
Post-op pain control: After surgery, patients will usually use pain medications recommended by the surgeon. This may include an anti-inflammatory such as Ibuprofen and a narcotic such as vicodin or percocet. The goal is using enough pain medication to help with the pain but one that minimizes any side effects. Narcotics will often cause constipation, so using a stool softener during this time may be helpful. ...Read more
I am currently on my cycle and it feels like my uterus is going to fall out what can possibly be wrong should I go to emergency or is there something I can take to stop the pain??please help!!
Pelvic heaviness: Pelvic heaviness during your period is not uncommon and is usually helped by NSAIDs like ibuprofen and naproxyn, heat, and getting off your feet however, if this is unusual for you, you should be evaluated by your PCP, GYN, or an urgent care clinic to be sure nothing else is going on. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Small if experienced: If the md is experienced in insertion of iud's the risk is very small but not totally non-existent. ...Read more
I use the nuvring and started having a different odor and strange uterus pain. Should i take it out or will it go away anything to do to fix this?
Cramps: may have cramps. Does not look like a problem but you may want to check with a physician ...Read more
I have a tipped uterus and now I have discharge what can I do to make the discharge go away with out having uterus surgery?
Discharge testing: The vaginal discharge should be tested for infection.m Once the cause is determined then medication can be given to solve the problem. Surgery is not a treatment for vaginal discharge. Seek clarification on what is meant by a “tipped uterus.” This is likely something your doctor noticed on examination. Usually it is not a big deal and no treatment is needed. Confirm with your doctor. ...Read more
My gynae found a polyp in my uterus but when I went for a second opinion it was not there anymore. Should I go for a third?
Sharp pain on left side of uterus. I had protected sex 2 days before ovulation. I never experienced this before. It comes and goes. Help?
Pelvic pain: Pelvic pain is complex as there are several organs in the pelvis. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, bladder, appendix, intestines, colon and rectum can all be the source. Pelvic pain requires and examination to help organize the evaluation. An ovarian cyst is one possibility. ...Read more
Pains in my uterus while pregnant sharp pains in my uterus that go up my side and only hurt in certain positions and im pregnant i was wondering i this is normal or if I should be concerned
Any : Any abdominal pains you are having while pregnant should be reported to your ob/gyne or midwife. Without knowing your medical history, how far along you are and more about the pain, it's impossible to say whether it is normal or something to be worried about. The safest thing to do is to call your doctor as soon as possible. Good luck! ...Read more
Infection or growth: If you have not had pain in your uterus before, you should consult your gyn. Infeciton is a common cause of pain and can be easily treated with antibiotics. You may have a polyp for fibroid inside the lining or fibroids within the uterus, it is rare to develop endometriosis at 44. Also, you could be pregnant. ...Read more
Self Cleaning: Uterus is self cleaning with monthly menstruation. Additional "cleaning" is necessary only if specific menstrual or pregnancy related complications present. Too many indications to list. Uterus takes good care of itself, intervention is only necessary when things get very dysfunctional. If you have worrisome menstrual irregularities or are post menopausal with bleeding you should be seen. ...Read more
Cannot say: But, if you want to find out , your OB can order or do an ultrasound to get an estimated fetal wt which can be off a pound either way but that is much more accurate than measuring your uterus. ...Read more
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