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What Is The Best Treatment For Vaginal Mass
Excision: I have to respectfully disagree with dr. Beard. While 80% of patients have pain relief while on lupron, (leuprolide) over half of all patients have a recurrence of pain within a year, some after 6 mos. Complete excision of endo can be done without removing any reproductive organs, and has a 80% chance of curing endo with no recurrence of endo. There are no hormonal side effects like Lupron (leuprolide) has. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you are : Sure of the diagnosis, and you have nothing else, it is usually oral medication to eradicate it. But you should go see a doctor to make sure that nothing else is going one, and the doctor will give you proper medication. ...Read more
Dilators: It depends whether the shortening is a result of vaginal surgery. Normal vaginal length is about 6 inches. Anything longer than that may be uncomfortable, but that doesn't mean your vagina is short. If you had surgery then vaginal dilators could be a very good option to help stretch the vagina. ...Read more
Drink a lot of water: Many times, hemorrhoids in pregnancy are made worse by not hydrating well and thus constipation sets in. Straining increases the risk of hemorrhoids. Increasing fiber intake also helps. You can use over the counter hemorrhoid remedies, which are safe to use during pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many options: Some simple things to do for tendonitis include rest, icing (20 minutes per hour), anti-inflammatory medications (such as advil, (ibuprofen) motrin, or aleve), and possibly splinting. See your doctor, however, if these simple treatments are not sufficient, or if your symptoms worsen. ...Read more
Depends on desires: The best treatment is the one you will trust and follow. Hormone replacement therapy is ideal for treating acute symptoms and preventing bone loss, colon cancer, plaque formation, dementia, vaginal dryness and other consequences of lack of estrogen. Some people feel more comfortable with herbal products. Depends on your goals and need to discuss with your dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Depends on the degree of prolapse and whether they are internal or external. Internals tend to be painless and can be treated by in-office techniques like rubber banding, irc, injection sclerotherapy. With associated prolapse or external components, thd and stapled pph are the procedures of choice for most grade 2-3 hems. Kstandard surgicall hemorrhoidectomy is reserved for large grade 3-4 hems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: The common term to which you refer is a fibroid which are found in up to 70% of women depending on studies. If asymptomatic, as the majority are, they require no treatment. There are treatments that will decrease their size but to remove them requires surgery, either a myomectomy or hysterectomy depending upon the patient's wishes. Meds can control bleeding if that is the issue. ...Read more
Depends: On the situation. If fibroids are in the cavity of the uterus and causing heavy bleeding removing the fibroids with hysteroscopic surgery can help. Surgery to remove the fibroids or the whole uterus works for some women. Radiologists do uterine artery embolization to shrink fibroids. There are meds that can temporarily shrink fibroids. Speak to your gyn doc to figure out what's best for you. ...Read more
Rectal prolapse: If mild - it can be gently reduced and pushed back in - use a moist washcloth. Stool softeners may help prevent reoccurence. If it continues to prolapse - generally surgery is required to remove the redundant tissue and "tack" the rectum up. Colon and rectal surgeons are probably the best at this type of problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cyst in a gland: Bartholins gland is normally present at the vaginal opening and some times cysts may develop in the gland. If it is producing a mass you should get it treated as there is risk of the cyst getting infected. The cyst is sometimes the result of an infection in bartholons gland. ...Read more
Im going to be having a vaginal biopsy tomorrow for my frequent infections i was told there is a possibility of having a vaginal mass why is that?
See below: It would be unusual for a young woman to have a vaginal mass. Usually with repeated infections all that is needed is a culture which is a simple cotton swab test and not painful at all. If a pap smear is abnormal there can be a cervical biopsy but that is a different issue all together. ...Read more
"im going to be having a vaginal biopsy tomorrow for my frequent infections i was told there is a possibility of having a vaginal mass why is that?"
Not cancer: There are cysts that can be filled with infection. I am not sure what type of vaginal mass would lead to frequent discharge. I don't think I have ever done a vaginal biopsy for discharge though i often caution against the thong which can increase incidence and metro gel vaginal 1-2 times per week can be preventitive. Someting doesn't sound right, maybe the mass and discharge are seperate? ...Read more
Follow up: Any diagnosis of a mass is scary a gynecologist is the best type of doctor to investigate a vaginal mass. Typically such a mass is given a biopsy and a variety of scans such as ct, ultrasound and MRI may be necesary to further define such a mass. Speculation is just not worth the heartache. Get the knowledge from an expert and then appropriate treatment recommendations, again, from an expert. ...Read more
25 yr f no past med or family history.Virgin. Small vaginal mass w/ white exudate.No fever.Occasional erythema &puritis to labia mino?Cycle is 5- 6wks
See a doctor: Can't tell for sure without an examination. May be infection, abcess, cyst........ ...Read more
6 hours following severe cramps, I passed a large mass of tissue connected to a "stem", vaginally. Any ideas what it is or possible treatment? I'm 31
Eczema in the Vaginal...What is the best treatment for vaginal Eczema ...for My Daughter (4.5 years old) ..she pull off her pants..Need help?
See her pediatrician: I'm not sure why you think your 4 1/2 year old daughter has eczema in her vagina (is she itching at the area?) but it would need to be evaluated by her pediatrician. There are other causes for itching such as a yeast infection (was she recently on antibiotics, for instance). Don't guess at the diagnosis - have her seen so she can be made comfortable more quickly :) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've had folliculitis in the vaginal area for years now, what is the best treatment for the scarring and itch it has created?
Stop shaving?: If you have been shaving the area, stop. That may be the main problem, perhaps the only problem. If pubic area hair control remains important, consider a hair removal cream instead. If not shaving, other factors may be important -- for example, you may be carrying virulent staph or strep. If you haven't yet seen a dermatologist, consider it now. She or he should be able to sort this out. Good luck ...Read more
Patient specific: The best surgical treatment is one that is tailored to your specific findings and complaints. One surgery does not fit all patients. There is controversy about newer mesh surgery versus older methods. There is more and more robotic prolapse surgery. The best surgery is one done to your specific needs by a surgeon who does these surgeries often and has experience. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2different questions: A breast mass does not require treatment, it requires a diagnosis. Please see your gyne or primary care doctor for referral to a breast surgeon. If appropriate, a nonsurgical biopsy can be done there. Breast pain, likewise, requires a comprehensive evaluation for the cause. Once this is determined, we can then focus on how to treat the pain, usually without the need for surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vaginal Pain RX: Until a diagnosis is made, it is impossible to recommend treatment. There are many different conditions that can cause pain. So it's best you see your physician. Infections, allergy, trauma and endometriosis can all cause vaginal pain and have very different treatments. ...Read more
No best solution: Ecoli bacteria comes from yourself; your own GI tract. I would begin by paying closer attention to hygenic practices, like always wiping from the font to the back when you urinate/move your bowels. I wouldn't douche but using a peri-bottle to irrigate your vulva & perianal area might help. Utilizing intravaginal preparations like luvena may be helpful in keeping the balance of good & bad bacteria. ...Read more
What treatment: A lot of things can cause vaginal itching so you may have been treating the wrong thing. One of the most common causes is contact dermatitis which can be caused by any chemical and is commonly caused by dyes, deodorants, or perfumes in soaps, fabric softeners, body washes, detergents, pads, or toilet papers. Yeast infections can cause it and some are resistant to the common meds. Hope this helps ...Read more
No treatment: Ureaplasma urealyticum is normal in the genital tract. At any point in time, half of all women you age test positive. Although once in a while UU is responsible for minor symptoms in men, it has never been proved to cause any health problem at all in women. Most STD experts never even test for it. You don't need treatment on account of this result. ...Read more
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