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Could a right abdominal buldge be related to uteran polyps? Buldge is caused by gas, I think. Not a hernia (had it checked). Ideas?
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Dr. Michael Jones
Family Medicine
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In brief: Not likely
It would more likely be a ventral hernia (a separation in the abdominal muscle wall allowing abdominal contents to protrude to the surface).
Another possibility would be a lipoma (benign fatty tumor), cyst or malignancy. If it's growing, changing in size or hurting it needs to be evaluated.

In brief: Not likely
It would more likely be a ventral hernia (a separation in the abdominal muscle wall allowing abdominal contents to protrude to the surface).
Another possibility would be a lipoma (benign fatty tumor), cyst or malignancy. If it's growing, changing in size or hurting it needs to be evaluated.
Dr. Michael Jones
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Dr. CESAR HOLGADO
Obstetrics & Gynecology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Bulge
A bulge in the right abbomen may be anything other than a uterine polyp.
A uterine polyp is located inside the uterus which is in the midline behind your pubic bone. It could be a hernia, ovarian mass, abnormal fat collection, gas, etc...... But not a uterine polyp.

In brief: Bulge
A bulge in the right abbomen may be anything other than a uterine polyp.
A uterine polyp is located inside the uterus which is in the midline behind your pubic bone. It could be a hernia, ovarian mass, abnormal fat collection, gas, etc...... But not a uterine polyp.
Dr. CESAR HOLGADO
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