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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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The best answer I can give you is: Ask your OB-GYN when it's safe for you to have sex again.You don't want to start too soon because the...
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No, nasal polyps are inflammatory growths, often related to allergies. I have never heard that they can cause vertigo. This was most likely an...
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So, basically what this means is your child has some polyps or cysts in his sinuses, which are cavities beyond or beside the nasal passages. The...
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Tooth pain can come from a sinus infection, and a piece of an extracted tooth can enter the sinus and cause an infection. But for a specific problem...
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... The biggest thing...is that the pathology is non-malignant. The main questions to ask your physician, if you have not already, would be...
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Colon polyps are small growths on the inner colon lining. Certain types of polyps, such as adenomas, may develop into cancer. Other types of polyps...
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Uterine polyps may not produce any symptoms. However, some women may experience:Irregular vaginal bleeding.Bleeding after intercourse. Heavy...
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