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What Kinds Of Cysts In Female Organs
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Many: Small "cysts" of the ovary are common and a normal part of the ovary developing "eggs." at times this process goes haywire and a baseball size or ^ fluid filled cyst and form. Frequently, they "dissolve" and no treatment is needed. However, these patients should see a gyn doctor and be followed since it is possible for these "cysts" to form more serious masses that could need surgical treatment. ...Read more
Age,anatomy,hormones: Reasons for female infertility include age. Fertility declines significantly after age 40. Chromosomal or genetic conditions like turner's syndrome are cause. She may have abnormal anatomy such as a malformed uterus which cannot support pregnancy. Lack of ovulation due to ovarian cysts or hormones are problems. Chemotherapy can cause early menopause. Some women don't know when to have sex. ...Read more
Various symptoms: Endometriosis may cause pain with periods, sex, bowel movements, and with ovulation. Pcos usually manifests as irregular cycles and impaired fertility. Tumors may present with mass effects, pain, pressure, bloating, or may be completely asymptomatic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Several.: In fact, given the complexity of the human cardiovascular system it is not surprising that so many fetal cardiac defects can be seen. The most common defects (vsds) are the most benignm however some rare defects can be severe or lethal. http://texaschildrens.org/locate/doctors/ayres, -nancy/. ...Read more
X-ray: In the past, most kidney cancers were detected at a high stage or late stage (the cancer has grown large and invaded other structures) and therefore the signs were a large mass that can be felt, hematuria, or side/back pain. However today many kidney cancers are being detected at an early stage (small and limited to the kidney) because patients have x-rays (ct scan) for other reasons. ...Read more
Women and men: In early stage. The first clue- usually, is the presence of a little amount of blood in the urine detected on the urine test. Some urgency, increase in urination can happen-mistakenly thoight to be bladder infection. In higher stage- one can start to see gross blood in the urine. Furthermore, pain, voiding problem/obstruction, weight loss , fevers can happen in advanced stage/metastatic disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Various things: Echogenic bowel can be the result of faulty technique in setting the gain settings of the ultrasound machine. If persistent and reproducible, there can be associations with cystic fibrosis, bowel obstruction, hirschsprung's disease, various infection, and chromosomal abnormalities. 60% of cases will turn out normal with the remainder having a variety of conditions. ...Read more
Vagina Bugs: There is no way to give you the comprehensive list. But, bacteria, parasites, and all kinds of bugs live in symbiosis with us humans on our skin. It is extremely unhealthy to attempt to rid your body of these vital bugs that live on your skin. I am very curious as to what prompts the question. ...Read more
Tough...: There are many internal organs in the human body. I would suggest a google search and wikipedia to get a list. ...Read more
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