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Does vaginal reconstruction really work, and what does the doctor actually do?

Does vaginal reconstruction really work, and what does the doctor actually do?

Yes, in most cases: Vaginal reconstruction is usually employed to restore the vaginal anatomy that has been damaged as a result of vaginal deliveries. Many women eventually have significant symptomatic vaginal prolapse / pelvic relaxation as a result of the trauma of one or more vaginal deliveries. The surgical restoration virtually always results in improvement of the anatomy and function of the vagina. ...Read more

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What does it mean if the md does "central line placement procedure"?

What does it mean if the md does "central line placement procedure"?

Into the large vesse: Central line placement is a procedure that places a catheter into the large vessels near the heart generally for the purpose of providing fluids. The catheter is usually placed under the collar bone or neck. This is different from a IV placed in your forearm or hand. It allows one to give larger volumes of fluids or fluids in concentrations that might severely irritate smaller peripheral vessels. ...Read more

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What is the machine called that scans you when you have cancer? How does it work?

What is the machine called that scans you when you have cancer? How does it work?

PET scan: Positron emission tomography (PET) is a nuclear medicine imaging technique. It pairs gamma rays emitted indirectly by a positron-emitting radionuclide. By choosing fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG), an analogue of glucose, the concentrations of tracer imaged will indicate tissue metabolic activity in most malignancies since they actively utilize glucose uptake as part of their anaerobic metabolic pathway ...Read more

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What does stripping your membranes mean?

What does stripping your membranes mean?

See below: Separating the amniotic sac from the inner wall of the uterus in order to hasen the start of labor. ...Read more

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How exactly would surgery help/fix a fractured kneecap that required it and what does the surgeon actually do?

How exactly would surgery help/fix a fractured kneecap that required it and what does the surgeon actually do?

Depends: If your orthopedic surgeon decides it would be best to fix the fracture, he or she will also decide the best way to fix it. Sometimes pins or screws are used. Sometimes wires. Sometimes the patella is just removed. ...Read more

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What does it mean to "strip membranes" in pregnancy?

What does it mean to "strip membranes" in pregnancy?

Induction method: While your doctor or midwife is checking your cervical dilation at the end of your pregnancy, they can sweep their finger in a circle to slightly loosen the bag of water from the top of the cervix. This "membrane stripping" can release a hormone called prostaglandin that may help to induce labor if your body is ready. Spotting and some cramping is common after this exam. ...Read more

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How does cbt work exactly? What does the psychiatrist do, and what does the patient have to do? Is it like reprogramming your brain?

How does cbt work exactly? What does the psychiatrist do, and what does the patient have to do? Is it like reprogramming your brain?

Helps to reframe : Cbt helps by both reframing your thoughts as well as providing behavioral techniques to help with depression and/or anxiety. Check out "the feeling good book" by david burns, $5 kindle version $7 print version on amazon, which is written for patients and based on cbt techniques. ...Read more

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What does granulation me with respect to an incision?

What does granulation me with respect to an incision?

Normal growth: Granulation or granulation tissue is a lumpy bumpy and healthy pink appearing surface of repairing tissue. This is the appearance of normal tissue as it regrows. ...Read more

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How exactly does a tumor work? How does it form and what does it do that is bad for the body?

How exactly does a tumor work? How does it form and what does it do that is bad for the body?

Altered normal cell: normal cells can be affected by viruses or carcinogens to develop mutations in certain genes termed "oncogenes" Certain of these genes like p53 allow cells that have a DNA mutation to slow their rate of division to allow corrections. With mutated genes the corrections not made and mutation is passed to divided cells. There are enzymes like telomerase to allow the mutated cell to have immortality. ...Read more

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How does a subchorionic hematoma cause a miscarriage? Like how does it actually cause you to lose the baby? What is the mechanism involved? Thanks.

How does a subchorionic hematoma cause a miscarriage? Like how does it actually cause you to lose the baby?  What is the mechanism involved? Thanks.

If u have one: It is your ob;s job to explain that to u, it can cause the placenta to separate from the uterine wall so the fetus will have no blood supply, most sub chorionic hematoma in the 1st trimester resolve and do not cause a loss. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about fetal membrane healing and repair with sealants, is it possible?

Can you tell me about fetal membrane healing and repair with sealants, is it possible?

Research ongoing...: Sealants for healing fetal membranes are being studied for use after intrauterine surgery. They are not available for routine use right now and not available to use with spontaneous ruptured membranes. Maybe someday they will be. Best wishes! ...Read more

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What is the process of an endometrial biopsy and how does it feel?

What is the process of an endometrial biopsy and how does it feel?

Like a pap smear: First a speculum is placed just like for a pap smear. Then the cervix is cleansed with betadine. Next an instrument is placed on the cervix that may cause a menstrual like cramp. Then you may feel some tugging on the cervix while a small catheter is placed inside the cavity of the uterus. This feels like another stronger and sharper menstrual cramp but lasts less than 15 seconds. ...Read more

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What does it meant to have a PFO closure procedure?

What does it meant to have a PFO closure procedure?

Closing a hole : A PFO is a hole in the heart that is nessecery during the fetal circulation, that closes sortly after we are born. In some people it remains open and can cause serious problems. The opening is closed most commonly by a cardiologist with out the need of surgery. In some situations an operation ( open heart surgery) is needed to close the hole. It is a very safe proceedure in experienced hands. ...Read more

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What medication would be used to treat a thick womb lining and what does it do to it ?

What medication would be used to treat a thick womb lining and what does it do to it ?

Progestin: A progestin would be used to treat a thickened endometrium in someone not trying to get pregnant. If there is concern for a polyp, a D&C should be considered before you continue with fertility treatment. ...Read more

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What is a brain biopsy and how does it work?

What is a brain biopsy and how does it work?

See below: Brain biopsy is an uncommon procedure to diagnose brain disorders like tumors, dementia and suspected infections not otherwise diagnosable. The tissue is examined by a pathologist to arrive at a diagnosis. See this site for more info. http://www.healthline.com/galecontent/brain-biopsy. ...Read more

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What does it mean when your body produces to much inslin? The doctor didn't really explain it very well.

What does it mean when your body produces to much inslin? The doctor didn't really explain it very well.

Type II diabetes?: One possibility is that you have type 2 diabetes. The body produces Insulin but it can't get into the cells. Your doc or a nutritionist can help you change your lifestyle to reverse this. Peace and good health. ...Read more