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Want to know whether pelvic is screen for virginty?

Want to know whether pelvic is screen for virginty?

Pelvic examination: Can reveal an intact or a ruptured hymen. There is great variability from one hymen to an other, some can be quite thick or fenestrated and require a gynecologic procedure to open it up. Others might simply be a simple circumferential rim of tissue which could remain unruptured in spite of vaginal penetration. Thus pelvic exam can not always determine whether a woman is a virgin or not. ...Read more

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Examples are: colonoscopy for colon polyp or cancer; mammograms for breast lesions or cancer; psa a blood test that could indicate enlargement of cancerous prostate tissue; blood sugar or hemoglobin a!c for diabetes. Many think that scanning the whole body will pick up a cancer--in all likelihood, it will not. There also is no good blood test, yet, ...Read more


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Ultrasound of pelvis and virginity - would the vaginal thing fit inside me or be too big if i'm a virgin?

Ultrasound of pelvis and virginity - would the vaginal thing fit inside me or be too big if i'm a virgin?

Vaginal ultrasound: Many factors exist in order to determine any risks of pain. Depending on the necessity of the vaginal vs. Abdominal ultrasound, the sonographer can attempt the vaginal probe and if uncomfortable, they can have you fill your bladder and attempt to visualize organs abdominally. Ask your physician which way they feel they should proceed depending on any previous physical exams. Best wishes! ...Read more

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Pelvic exams a bit difficult due to virginity. Would trying to insert tampon help ease tightness. My doc is great but i feel embarrassed. Get tensed ?

Pelvic exams a bit difficult due to virginity. Would trying to insert tampon help ease tightness. My doc is great but i feel embarrassed. Get tensed  ?

Vaginal tightness: You can try buying a set of progressive vaginal dilators. This often helps. The set usually includes units of progressively larger dilators. ...Read more

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I had an ovarian cyst rupture days later I lost my Virginity pelvic exam no more cyst why do I still get ovary pain after rough sex it's been 5 months?

I had an ovarian cyst rupture days later I lost my Virginity pelvic exam no more cyst why do I still get ovary pain after rough sex it's been 5 months?

Here are some ...: 400-letter space is surely not enough to address your concern. Most reasonable bet of sound care is: collect & bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, interval, progress, & related symptoms over time with detailed sequence of events to gyn-doc for analysis, physicals, tests as needed so to deduce diagnosis for proposing reasonable Rx / care. Please do it timely. Best wish ... ...Read more

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I'm a 15 almost 16 year old tenth grader who lost their virginity approximately a year ago. Also my mother knows, should I have started visiting a gyn?

I'm a 15 almost 16 year old tenth grader who lost their virginity approximately a year ago. Also my mother knows, should I have started visiting a gyn?

First Gyn visit: If you are sexually active you probably should see a Gyn. If not just to discuss prevention of sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy prevention, but to also establish a relationship with a female healthcare specialist. http://m.acog.org/Patients/FAQs/Your-First-Gynecologic-Visit-Especially-for-Teens?IsMobileSet=true ...Read more

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How do I know whether I should get a screening MRI rather than a screening mammogram?

How do I know whether I should get a screening MRI rather than a screening mammogram?

High risk individual: Current guidelines recommend the following patients get screening MRI in addition to screening mammogram. 1. Brca mutation 2. First-degree relative of a brca carrier 3. Lifetime risk of breast cancer is 20-25% or greater 4. Radiation to chest between age 10-30 5. Li-fraumeni syndrome, or a first-deg relative 6. Cowden syndrome, or a first-deg relative 7. Bannayan-riley-ruvalcaba syndrome. ...Read more

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