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Uterine growths are tissue enlargements of the female womb (uterus). Uterine growths can be caused by either harmless or dangerous conditions...
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This is a type of sarcoma that develops in the uterine muscle wall.
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Uterine leiomyomata (singular: leiomyoma), or uterine fibroids, are nodules of smooth muscle cells and fibrous connective tissue that develop within...
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Fibroids are noncancerous (benign) tumors of muscle cells that grow in the wall of the uterus. Fibroids may occur in up to 75% of women. They cause...
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Polyps of the uterus are benign overgrowths, or bulges, of the normal tissue lining the uterus into the uterine cavity. Polyps may also be found in...
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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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There are a few reasons for why the uterus measures larger than the dates. The most common reason is you are further in the pregnancy then you think...
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The length of a cycle can vary from month to month, so I don't know that anyone can confirm that a biochemical pregnancy has caused a...
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Sometimes, the polyps stick out through the opening of the cervix so that they are visible during a speculum exam, such as during a pap smear...
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Consider talking to you doctor about a Uterine Hydrothermal Ablasion. I had it done 6 years ago when I was 39 and it has helped me tremendously.
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Hi I'm wondering if kegels may help these would strengthen your whole pelvic floor, if your whole pelvic floor was stronger, would this stop your...
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I don't believe you have a cervix.....so, thus, you cannot get cervical cancer. The cervix is usually removed with the uterus.
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The uterus is the hollow, pear-shaped organ where a baby grows.
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That odd advice smells strongly of stupidity, in my opinion.  Sex is important in a relationship for intimacy, but sex will not "clean the...