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I have no way of making a comment on your husband's fidelity, but I can tell you that molluscum lesions can be contracted in other ways by direct...
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I think it can be, but not always. I would go in to have a biopsy done of it. 
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No that I know of. I had that issue a number of years ago and based on the recommendations of my personal doc and the speciaist she referred, I had...
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Hi You said,  Should I seek out medical advice from a specialist to be sure it is not something serious, like a tumor growth or possibly...
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Hi Are your stools really hard then? this could be part of you problem. Try taken two table spoons of olive oil twice a day, this should help soften...
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Hi From some research seems these do go together, the polyps and BV.So are you now clear or are you still having problems with either or the yeast...
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Hi, Well for one thing it just cant be ovulation spotting, if so from just where would it be coming from?It must be that the polyp site still...
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Yes i would.
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Of course you're scared. Cavalier and vague statements were made to you concerning a serious medical condition. Difficult as it may be, please...
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What kind of polyps? Where?  Polyps are inflammatory growths that can occur in the nose, throat, intestinal tract, uterus, rectal, etc. I have...
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Maybe they are 50 cm and 30 cm high UP in the colon -- the location, not their relative size.  I have never seen a polyp the size of a...
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It would depend on whether your tubes were tied or cauterized. If they were tied then it is possible for them to come untied and pregnancy could...
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Bright red blood is almost always coming from the distal parts of the GI tract, namely the rectum or anal area. The blood can be from a polyp (again)...
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I am sorry, but I cannot. Without the ability to examine you first-hand, there is really no way for me to blindly guess what is causing your pain or...
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