The Pelvic Floor, Prolapse and Pregnancyby
Yes, prolapsed organs can be painful, especially tissues that aren't normally exposed to rough touch, eg clothing, and can bleed as a result. However, you're the only one who can judge how much pain...
Your cervix can certainly drop or prolapse with age and become more noticeably out of place.... There may also be some relative shortening as the cervix and uterus drops down or prolapses. The bladder and even the rectum...
Anytime pain is unrelenting, something's not right, regardless of whether you had a procedure or not. You need to get evaluated by your family physician and/or gynecologist (or whoever performed the procedure). Just like wi
You should probably read information on both uterine AND ovarian cancer to familiarize yourself with both.
Cancer that starts in the uterus (uterine/endometrial cancer) and spreads to the ovaries/other organs...
Interesting question. Those two diagnoses are not generally related...unless perhaps something was missed and that the pain that was originally diagnosed as a myoma was developing appendicitis...as that begins in the area of
I assume from your question that your real concern is whether you are likely to incur any medical expenses related to the fibroid in question, since the exclusionary rider would not pay for those costs. The answer to that d
Uterus sparing surgery is a safe ...by
Dr. Rubens D.
Uterus sparing surgery is a safe and effective treatment for pelvic organ prolapse
LINTHICUM, MD... who want to preserve the integrity of vaginal function after pelvic organ prolapse. Hysterectomy may not...