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My wife has symptoms of uterine prolapse such as pain and
My wife has symptoms of uterine prolapse such as pain and pokes. She is in so much pain she can't sit down & can't sleep on her side. She has a vibrating/pulsating sensation in her groin area, legs, stomach, & up the back of her hips. It gets a little worse each day. Any thoughts?JA: How long has this been bothering you? Are you experiencing any vomiting or nausea?Customer: Started about 6 months ago as twinges & it has gotten worse & spread. She's tried a pessory ring but it hasn't helped.JA: Is there anything else the Gynecologist should be aware of?Customer: No nausea or vomiting from this condition.JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Gynecologist about your situation and then connect you two.
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I'm one month shy of being 40 and breastfeeding my 6th baby,
I'm one month shy of being 40 and breastfeeding my 6th baby, who is 16 months old. I haven't had a return to cycles. Last week, while exercising, I did more movement--jumping jacks and running in place (2 minutes each). After the workout, I noticed somepink tinged mucous. At first I thought this was my first cycle returning, but nothing else happened until the next day after another workout. Again, it was only pink tinged, and no other bleeding. I decided to take a break from the workouts. While I haven'thad more bleeding or spotting, I'm noticing clear, watery discharge--enough that I need to change a panty liner three times a day, my lower back aches, and my abdomen feels full. All pregnancy tests have been negative and no other signs of a period. No otherspotting. My BBTs are all still within a pre-ovulatory phase. I'm wondering if I may have hurt something. I've done step aerobics as well, and I had no issues. I kept it low impact, so I wonder if the jumping and jogging made a difference? Is this somethingthat warrants an immediate visit to the PCP? Or could it be a typical reaction to hormonal fluctuations for breastfeeding? I had a pap and pelvic exam the end of February 2015 and all was normal.
My wife and I have been married about 3 yrs. She is 5'5" tall
My wife and I have been married about 3 yrs. She is 5'5" tall and of thin build, about 115#. She is 39 yrs old. She had 3 children before we married, all were vaginal births with no complications. Her youngest child is 5 yrs old. Her first husband was of average build, and from what she said, average penis length. I am 6'2" and am quite a bit larger (appx 9") than her previous husband. Our sex life has been great until recently.She recently had her uterus removed because of bleeding and "sagging". The DR said he found a fibroid tumor "wrapped" around her ovary.My question: could my penis size have contributed to the problem? I always tried to be gentle and start slowly, but she still reported some abdominal discomfort for a few days after each time we had sex.
My wife tells me she has a growth or something that falls out
My wife tells me she has a growth or something that falls out of her vagina when she goes to the bathroom. She says it hangs out maybe 1/2". She pushes it back in. She has noticed this the last couple of days. She doesn't experience any pain or bleeding. What could this be?
ok, I have an uterine prolapse, that I notice after surgery for fibroids tumors. in my fol
ok, I have an uterine prolapse, that I notice after surgery for fibroids tumors. in my follow-up with the doctor he just advise me to pad it. I spoke to another doctor he was against hysterectomy procedure, and told me the other procedure I was very obese and I might not like it, and there would several visits for cleanse and changes. my question is what am I left with beside this prolapse problem
During a CT scan for RUQ abdominal pain, an 11.4 x 9.2 x 11.6View more ob gyn questions
During a CT scan for RUQ abdominal pain, an 11.4 x 9.2 x 11.6 cyst was found on my left ovary. I was advised to see my GYN immediately, and will tomorrow. Meanwhile, I've done too much reading on the web and am unsure of how concerned I should be about this. I have been with my GYN for 27 years and truly trust him, but he knows me well enough to know that I will come into the appt with many questions. One of my main questions is can there be referred pain from the cyst? As in a left ovary cyst causing RUQ pain that radiates around to the back? Another big question is can I expect my dr to suggest surgery with a cyst so large?