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White Hard Pellet Size Rectal Polyps
Can a cervical polyp dislodge of its own accord? Hard tissue/flesh white, marble sized ball fell out of vagina. Due for period any day.
Yes but: If you still have the tissue you should take it to your gyn to have it examined under a microscope by the pathologist. That is the only way to make sure this tissue that fell out of your vagina is not something that needs treatment. ...Read more
Can a cervical polyp pass out of vagina? Just has a hard ball colour of my palm pass out- aprox size of a small toe! due for period in 1 day.
Polyp removed in upper rectum and solitary rectal ulcer sowed in flexible sigmoidoscopy. still start tip of stool is hard and red blood on stool help!
Start simple, but...: Docusate (per PDR) helps moisten & soften hard, dry stools. It is not a true laxative, but facilitates natural defecation, usually within 12 to 72 hours. This is safe &available for anyone over 2, &a assumes normal GI anatomy without inflammation, stenosis, extrinsic or instrinsic obstruction. Change in bowels is a "red flag", like weight loss or blood in stool, that needs evaluation if persistent ...Read more
About 10%: It was felt that malignancies of bowel i.e. rectal polyps accumulate mutations to go from adenomatous polyps to malignant polyps to cancer it now appears that about 10% of such lesions will progress to cancer. In bowel adjacent to malignancy, most normal appearing mucosal cells produce cancer protein having undergone genotypic changes. These cells eventually lead to new Ca's. in bowel. ...Read more
you cant.: It has to be examined by md preferably a surgeon and by looking inside with scope it can be determined. ...Read more
Could be hemorrhoid: Any entity inside your bowel; food, stool, polyp, foreign body, hemorrhoid can and will pass rectally, so yes. Occasionally a polyp will try to pass rectally, but still being attached to the wall of the colon, can not fully detach. A colonoscopy, and/or exam with your doc are the best ways to address this problem. Be well. ...Read more
A polyp 1 CM is average size or is consider big ? Can I have the option to be awake and conscious during a colonoscopy?
Possible: 1 cm is not considered very small , current practice of endoscopic screening , will be picked up much smaller than 1 cm , yes could be done with out sedation , but you will be very uncomfortable , and no reason to suffer , follow the advice of your doctor, a relatively low risk procedure ...Read more
I have a polyp sized 5mm and another two sized 3mm in my gallbladder, so what shall I do and eat so that its size doesnot increases & doesnot affect?
Biliary diseases: Gallbladder polyps can remain without symptoms, are often benign, but cause concern. A low fat, controlled carbohydrate diet will benefit by minimizing stimulation of the gallbladder. Occasionally symptoms of pain, nausea and bloating persist to the point your doc refers you to a surgeon. Be well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had a colonoscopy yesterday, removed four polyps,one of which had to be clip,how long dose the clip stay in?also not feeling 100% lot of rectal press.
Clip will pass: The clip on the stalk of a polyp will fall off after a few weeks. It will likely pass without you knowing about it. The rectal pressure after colonoscopy is due to irritation of the rectal canal from manipulating the colonoscope during the procedure. It should resolve within a day or two after the procedure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe yes, maybe no: The fact that the thing could be removed in its entirety without major surgery (if I understand you right) suggests either "they got it all" or "it wasn't turned bad yet." We'll see. Good luck. ...Read more
I was wondering is a 5mm adenocarcinoma (pre-cancerous rectal polyp) cause for immediate concern?
Clarify: Adenocarcinoma is not precancerous, it is cancer. 5 mm is pretty small, which makes it sound like a polyp (not adenocarcinoma). If that was the case (maybe called a tubular adenoma?) , there should be nothing to worry about. Adenocarcinoma in the colon/rectum implies invasion deeper into the colon. Please clarify the results of your biopsy with your doctor. ...Read more
Are the size, number, shape, and/or location of colonrectal polyps in anyway associated with likelihood of malignancy?
Polyps: 95% of polyps less than 1 cm in size are benign. Adenomatous polyps are the pre us or polyp for colon cancer. All colon cancers come from these polyps but all adenomatous polyps don't become cancer. Why a polyp turns on to become cancer is unknown but they estimate it takes five years to become a cancer ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Which tests are considered "routine" when trying to diagnose rectal and anal problems? I have had a colonoscopy , i had a few polyps and inter.Hemmorh
Colonoscopy is it!: For common rectal or anal problems such as rectal bleeding or pain, a full colonoscopy is commonly "routine" at age 53. Depending upon the symptoms, a simple anoscopy or rigid or flexible sigmoidoscopy might be recommended. Importantly' rectal bleeding should never be attributed to hemorrhoids without an endoscopic exam to document hemorrhoids or, more importantly, rule out a malignancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Microlithasis size 4.2 mm within small tumefactive sludge is mobile with calcified gb, polyp size3.7 mm adherent to anterior wall of gb. Wat to do now?
See a surgeon or GI: The fact that you have stones and sludge in your gallbladder indicates that it may be not be working well or that something in your diet is making things worse. If your gallbladder wall is calcified, that could be worrisome. I would have a surgeon review your ultrasound report and decide if removing it needed. The polyp is tiny and not a big deal - no need to worry about that. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer