Infection in uterine lining

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322099 tn?1210276764 None of these things were ever mentioned to me and the clock keeps ticking! progesterone, uterine lining .....
Avatar f tn C. Endometritis, or low grade infection of the uterine lining would also be up high on my list of diferential diagnoses--this is treated with antibiotics and diagnosed with D&C. To be complete, I should mention the possibility of gestational trophoblastic disease, which is an EXTREMELY rare growth of placental tissues that happens after a baby is delivered. Very rarely some cells of the placenta continue to grow instead of sloughing off.
Avatar n tn I know when I was pg they said how nice the uterine wall was thickening. In that context, I would assume that your uterine wall did not shed all the tissue during mc that it needed to. When they do the d&c(I had one 1/4 at 12 wks)they will scrape the walls to remove everything. It replenishes quickly and I healed quickly, too. I am 1st cycle since af and ttc again. I am 41 and we're actually just starting a family and want 2!
Avatar n tn is there any special medication to help me icrease the thickness of my uterus lining? i need your advice in what should i do. how much money does it cost and how much time does it take to have IVF in your medical centre?
594002 tn?1256307382 The rest had polyps (another type of growth in the uterine walls), endometrial hyperplasia (thickening of the innermost layer lining the uterine wall), or endometrial atrophy (thinning of the lining). I can understand your anxiety while waiting for the biopsy results. Let's just hope for the best.
Avatar f tn The lining builds up as the woman approaches ovulation and gets sloughed off as part of the menstrual blood at the end of the cycle. The lining may also thicken when there is infection or inflammation in the area. Finally, a thick uterine wall may signify infiltration of the wall by cancer cells. If you have abnormal thickness of your uterine wall, you may wish to discuss the matter with your gynecologist, who is in the best position to tell you what's causing it.
Avatar n tn C done on Thursday (6 days ago) for painful, heavy periods due to polyps. I now have a uterine infection and was in the ER this morning, they gave me IV antibiotics, fluids, and pain meds. They were debating on whether or not to keep me, but ended up letting me go. They did a CT scan and it showed that the lining of my uterus is thickening... I kinda thought that was the point in the ablation to help that... But they also diagnosed me with endometreosis.
Avatar n tn A. Uterine lining varies in thickness over the course of the menstrual cycle. In the menopausal woman, it is typically 4mm or less in thickness. Obviously, 12 mm is thicker than normal for menopause, but can be normal in the middle of a normal menstrual cylcle. For menopausal women, one has to check to see if the thickness is normal tissue or an abnormal buildup which can either be benign or due to uterine cancer. Sometimes the lining looks thick and it is really a polyp inside the uterus.
1536954 tn?1292600713 i do not see how that could be uterine lining. because i was pregnant my uterine lining would have been thickened but the gestational sac was still easy to spot. please keep us posted!
Avatar n tn You had a embollisation? the uterine lining normally sheds each month with the period. If you uterine lining was excessivly thick it could have been scrapped, or burned to thin it, its not techically completley removed, and it will thicken back up. You have had a urinary tract infection for how long? those can be dangerous if eft untreated. As above poster said..antibiotics seem to often lead to yeast infections; one good hint,.eat yougert atleast 2 servings per day while on the medicine..
Avatar n tn Ablation will remove your uterine lining and without it you cannot have children. African american women are at much higher risk for fibroids, which can be treated by this method in some cases successfully. Endometriosis is not treated this way as it is endometrial lining tissue growing outside of the uterus (where it belongs). Endometriosis requires excision by a skilled laproscopic surgeon and in severe cases total hysterectomy.
Avatar n tn Hi, Abdominal cramping is a known side effect of uterine ablation but usually it doesn’t last that long. Any infection of the uterine lining definitely needs to be ruled out and treated. I’ll suggest you to discuss the option of gynecologist for the hysterectomy and in fact that should be the last resort if rest everything fails. The basic purpose of uterine ablation is defeated if one goes in for hysterectomy. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
Avatar f tn It could also mean that for whatever reason during your last menses the entire uterine lining failed to make a timely exit. In some cases however there is cause for concern and then it needs evaluation if it persists. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps.
Avatar n tn It could also mean that for whatever reason during your last menses the entire uterine lining failed to make a timely exit. If there is cottage like discharge then recurrent candidiasis needs to be ruled out. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps.
Avatar n tn In endometrial cancer, cancer cells develop in the lining of the uterus. Scientists believe that estrogen levels play a role in the development of endometrial cancer. Primarily this is a cancer of women in their 40's and 50's and many of the symptoms you experience may be associated with noncancerous (benign) conditions, such as vaginal infections, uterine fibroids or uterine polyps.
Avatar f tn However, she said that there was fluid at the opening of my cervix which should not be there and that my uterine lining was thicker than normal for someone who is 2 years into menopause. I have not bled for 2 years. What prompted me to see my doctor was due to pain during intercourse - very uncomfortable. My Gynocologist has scheduled me 4 weeks out to have a procedure to take a sample of the cervical fluid. She mentioned inserting a long white tube under general anesthesia.
Avatar n tn It could also mean that for whatever reason during your last menses the entire uterine lining failed to make a timely exit. In some cases however there is cause for concern like cervical cancer, pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), menopause, or sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea and Chlamydia . It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
Avatar m tn Hi My wife was detected with TB (Tuberculosis) of the uterine in Feb 12 during a laproscopy (to remove her fibroids) and hysteroscopy and has been on medication for almost 6 monhts now, which get over in August. However she conceived during May 2012 earlier this year. Last week she completed 9 weeks, however in her first scan it was revealed that there is no cardiac movement in the sac. This is the second time and earlier the same happened in 2009 during a 5.5 weeks m/C.
Avatar f tn a pap and pelvic, and an ultrasound to look at the lining of your uterus. I might then consider biopsies of the vulva ( outer skin ) and/or uterine lining depending on what the ultrasound showed. I would also probably do some cultures to check for infections such as bacterial vaginosis and yeast. It is possible that the bleeding is caused by inflammation due to a chronic infection, but I am concerned that something more serious could be going on.
Avatar f tn Implantation spotting occurs when the embryo burrows into the uterine lining and implants. It is usually light pink or light brown and lasts for a day or so. In few women who have not conceived it can also be the beginning of period. This is only speculation. For correct diagnosis and management of your condition a clinical examination is very necessary. I hope it helps. Best luck and regards!
Avatar n tn It could also mean that for whatever reason during your last menses the entire uterine lining failed to make a timely exit. In some cases it can be due to yeast infection which needs to be evaluated. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps.
824127 tn?1290520442 I had two scans day 10 and 13, lining was good.. I tested positive day 15 and 16 went in for scan my lining was 13 and one of my follicles 18mm.. Two days later on day 18 they put the last three frozen embryo's back... They unfroze them the night before transfer.. The Dr. told me they looked very good, two of the eggs turned into 8cells and the other one was still a 4 cell, however, embryologist told me not to worry that the 4 cell is growing slower and that they'll grow more inside my body.
Avatar m tn Bleeding can be due to simple causes such as cervicitis (infection/inflammation of cervix), vaginitis (infection/inflammation of vagina), or it can also be due to a part of uterine lining sloughing or due to threatened abortion. Sometimes it happens without a cause. It can also be due to hormonal imbalance. You must consult your gynecologist without any delay. Take care!
Avatar f tn Hello, The light pink/brown discharge from the vagina could be due to normal shedding of uterine lining (old menstrual blood) or an oncoming early period. That is the reason perhaps it comes periodically. But you should check up with a gynaecologist to rule out any vaginal infection or abnormality. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
Avatar n tn My doctor tried to perform a biopsy and was unable to get through the cervix so my next step was an ultrasound the results of which are that I have a thickened uterine lining and fluid in the uterus. I just received the test results and am told I have to schedule a hysteroscopy and D&C. It's after hours at the doctor's office so I can't talk to anyone and I'm a little concerned. What is your opinion of what might be going on here?
Avatar n tn My doctor tried to perform a biopsy and was unable to get through the cervix so my next step was an ultrasound the results of which are that I have a thickened uterine lining and fluid in the uterus. I just received the test results and am told I have to schedule a hysteroscopy and D&C. It's after hours at the doctor's office so I can't talk to anyone and I'm a little concerned. What is your opinion of what might be going on here?
Avatar f tn I would take the double if your able, its more money for you. As for the house work I would suggest you just leave her things alone. If she says anything about it just start complaining like she does, its totally unfair for her to act this way towards you, and I'm sure there is a million other things you want to focus on. And like the other girls said, where is your husband and FIL, they could help out too.
Avatar f tn Irregular bleeding such as you are describing could be caused by either a uterine lining that is too thick, or too thin. So, I would want to see how the lining appears on the scan. Finally, since you do have pain and a family history of endometriosis, I would suggest that we consider a laparoscopy to "look around in there" and find out if you do have the condition. It is certainly a possibility. Hope this helps!
Avatar n tn i am 23 year old and have been having this infection in my cervix area from past 3 days. the doctor had given me some anti fungal medication and i am continuing them. from this evening i am having pain in my ovary area too. both left and right( though the pain in the left side is worse than the right). i had sex 3 weeks ago. are all these symptoms leading to something? i am really scared. the infection is bad and there is burning sensation which is unbearable.. plz help.