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Would Fenton's procedure help w/severe burning sensations of the vaginal inlet s/p intercourse? Vaginal dilators also cause burning in the opening.
Diagnosis: It sounds like you may have vulvar vestibulitis. This can be treated with topical lidocaine, oral Gabapentin, Elavil and a few other medications. Pelvic floor rehabilitation and Interstim are other ways to treat the nerves overactivity. If scar tissue is the cause then surgery may be an option. ...Read more
Would vaginal dilators be my answer? I have pain during sex and i can't use a tampon would using these help me enjoy sex? It really hurts
Maybe : You can't be diagnosed online, but this sounds a lot like a condition called vaginismus. Vaginal dilators tend to be best for women who have pain because of unusually small anatomy, in vaginismus the problem is involuntary tensing and contracting of muscles. You'd need an exam to know, but there is help available either way. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you use vaginal dilators rectally? I have vaginismus and my pt does internal vaginal and rectal work but i'm also supposed i be using dilators.
I'm a virgin and pelvic exams are still uncomfortable. Was recomm vaginal dilators. Would these break hymen? Not my intention. I just want ease w/exam
What are the chances of having a vaginal birth after a c section. I have only had one child via c section 4 years ago. After only dilation wasn't happening after 17 hours?
Pretty good: Vaginal birth after c/section (VBAC) has a pretty good success according to current research. You must work closely with your OB. Research shows 4/10 women with VBAC may still have to have a c/section . These labors need to be monitored carefully in a hospital equipped to respond to an emergency during the labor and have experience monitoring VBAC patients. Talk to your OB for more advice ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to feel cervical dilation during mensuration? I feel as if I'm dilated followed my cramping in the vaginal and buttock area.
Hard to tell: B/c of how the nerves to the pelvic organs work, it's hard to tell if the cervix is really dilating (it shouldn't dilate much at all, just enough to let blood or clots out), but the pain can definitely "refer" to the vagina and buttocks/rectum. Ibuprofen usually helps, and if this is a regular problem with all your periods, birth control pills may help decrease this pain a lot. ...Read more
Med supply store: Some pharmacies that have dme (durable medical equipment) may have them. The internet of course has several you can get and do cost comparisons. To be sure that is what you need, your ob/gyn can examine you, determine that is what you need, and write you a rx, as some insurances may even pay for them with a written rx, good luck. ...Read more
Having office hysteroscopy per my request. Dr just sent me meds to dialate 2 of same said 1 vaginally & 1 orally next day u can use both ways?
If 10 centimeters dilated and baby has not yet dropped is that need for c section? Or would that be vaginal?
Dilatation: I'm not exactly sure what you mean by saying "dropped". In order for the cervix to dilate the head or presenting part has to be in contact with the cervix. Therefore, the baby is in the birth canal. If no further movement occurs or not enough occurs after an appropriate amount of pushing or there is evidence of fetal or maternal distress a c-section is done, otherwise a vaginal delivery is done ...Read more
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