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What Happens If A Cervical Polyp Bursts
Inflammation: Nasal polyps are thought to be due to inflammation in the area, whether from infection, allergy or other causes. It is like a scar or callus in a sense, although the structure is quite different. Polyps tend to reoccur and may require additional surgery or topical and oral steroids. ...Read more
Protect against HPV: The cervical cancer jab is actually a vaccine against the human papilloma virus. This virus can cause genital warts in both men and women, and can cause cervical cancer in women. If a man gets this vaccination, he will be protected against some of the high-risk types of hpv to prevent genital warts (and also prevent him from infecting sexual partners with the virus). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Analyse risk benefit: Each case has variances, so your doc will best answer this question. Basically the risk of not removing polyp includes rupture, cancer diagnosis and symptoms continue. This is is weighed against the risk of surgical removal...Never zero but low. Take a friend with you to help understand, ask questions and make your best choice. Okay to monitor, get second opinion. Be well. ...Read more
Usually not: Usually biopsies are not performed on the ovary. Rather if there is a cyst or mass that is suspicious, it will usually be removed entirely, either with or without the rest of the ovary. However not all cysts need to be removed. Sometimes a cyst can be a normal finding. ...Read more
What did your gyn: Say ? It depends how bad the prolapse is, if not that bad may not cause much problems, if bad can cause problems urinating or with bowel movements, can cause pain, and if it is so bad it is prolapsing out of the vagina it could get ulcerated or infected please discuss with your gyn. ...Read more
What is a diverticulum pouch? What happens if it get stuck in a pelvic floor muscles?
What is a diverticulum pouch? What happens if it gets stuck?
It is a protrusion: A protrusion from the GI tract, commonly in the large intestine is called a diverticulum. It is pouch like protrusion caused by muscle weakness in the wall of the intestine. The diverticulum can get blocked or inflamed, often requiring medical or surgical treatment. In your case, if you have substantial pain, surgery may be the best solution. ...Read more
No: A solitary neurofibroma can exist as is and when removed ends the problem. With von Recklinghausens neurofibromatosis, one has diffuse neurofibromas virtually covering every part of their body, including face , abdominal wall and extremities. The eventual consequence is the conversion to neurofibrosarcoma which can be fatal. ...Read more
Rupture: If an ovarian cyst/mass/polyp ruptures the result will depend on the contents of the cyst. If the cyst is blood filled and connected to a blood supply then bleeding can occur, which can be life threatening. Clear, infected vs cancer cells are other possiblities. Avoid this risk, indication for surgical removal, before rupture. Stay with your doc, take friend to ask questions. Be well. ...Read more
Varies: Even if a patient has a coma after an aneurysm rupture, they have a chance of recovery. It depends on the interventions that are taken by the neurosurgeon to reverse the cause of the coma. Frequently, there is excess pressure from hydrocephalus that is readily reversed. If the coma is because of damage to the brainstem, then the prognosis is not as good. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Benign: Polyps are usually benign growths in your uterus, Rarely they can be precancerous. They require a blood supply to survive and grow, When that blood supply is compromised, they necrose and calcify. If you have a calcified polyp in your uterus and it is not causing you symptoms, no intervention is needed. ...Read more
What are the chances of a lesion being serious if not seen on a c-scan. Can't a Dr. tell a cyst or blood vessel when he removes it.
Ask surgeon: I assume C scan is cat scan.Usually surgeon likes to know type of lesion dealing with. If it has large amount of blood vessels, cystic, or solid. Helps with surgical planning. Access to problem depends a lot on location I would want to know as much information preop as possible Some times soft tissue lesions are better seen with MR examination. You should have discussion with the physician ...Read more
I don't have a uterus or cervix..bleeding from vagina...Dr. discovered a polyp. What happens now? I'm told most polyps are benign.
Not clear: The term subendometrial cyst is not a typical medical term we use. It sounds like this was something from an ultrasound report. Without more information we can not comment. I would contact the doctor who describes the cyst in this way and ask for more clarification. Endometrial cancer in a 23 year old is highly unlikely. ...Read more
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