Fibrosis Uterus

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Information on Vaginal Discharge

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The basic function of you vagina is to provide a route from the outside of your vagina to your uterus and the rest of your internal reproductive system. The natural, acidic, pH of your vagina acts to prevent infections. The acidic nature of your vagina is caused by natural, good, bacteria produced by your body. When your vagina is healthy, the vagina keeps itself clean and in a healthy state by producing secretions of normal vaginal discharge. The natural balance of the vagina can be disrupted by anything that interferes with its' normal environment.

Vaginal discharge is the result of secretions produced from small glands in the lining of the vagina and the cervix. All women have a little discharge starting a year or two before puberty and ending after the menopause. How much discharge a woman notices changes from time to time and it will change quite a lot between periods.

Glands inside your vagina and cervix make small amounts of fluid. This fluid flows out of the vagina each day, carrying out old cells that have lined the vagina. This is your body's way of keeping your vagina healthy and clean. The discharge is usually clear or milky and doesn't smell bad. The color and thickness of the discharge change with your monthly cycle. The discharge is thicker when you ovulate (when one of your ovaries releases an egg), when you breastfeed or when you're sexually excited.

Vaginal discharge is normal, especially if you are of childbearing age. Glands in the cervix produce a clear mucus. These secretions may turn white or yellow when exposed to the air. These are normal variations.The amount of mucus produced by the cervical glands varies throughout the menstrual cycle. This is normal and depends on the amount of estrogen circulating in your body.

A normal vaginal discharge consists of about a teaspoon (4 ML) a day that is white or transparent, thick to thin, and odorless. This is formed by the normal bacteria and fluids the vaginal cells put off. The discharge can be more noticeable at different times of the month depending on ovulation, menstrual flow, sexual activity and birth control.

Sometimes mild urinary symptoms, such as painful urination (dysuria), can be a symptom of an infection that is not related to the bladder or kidneys. When mild urinary symptoms are present along with discharge from the vagina or penis, a vaginal or penile infection may be the cause.

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Spotting Blood/Brown Discharge: This may occur when you are ovulating/mid-cycle. Sometimes early in pregnancy you may have spotting or a brownish discharge at the time your period would normally come. If you have spotting at the time of your normal period rather than your usual amount of flow, and you have had sex without using birth control, you should check a pregnancy test.

Vaginal infections, such as bacterial vaginosis, candidiasis (yeast infection), and trichomoniasis are common causes of abnormal vaginal discharge. Some infections are transmitted by having sex, such as gonorrhea. Other infections can occur with or without having sex, such as bacterial vaginosis or a yeast infection.

For normal discharge, a girl can wear a pantiliner if that makes her more comfortable. Sometimes the moisture from normal vaginal discharge can irritate the skin. You can prevent skin irritation in the vaginal area, especially when it's hot and humid outside, by wearing cotton underwear and avoiding clothes like tight jeans and pantyhose that don't let your skin breathe.

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10 Responses to Fibrosis Uterus

  1. May says:

    I am 26 y/o, 6 weeks pregnant, & they found a small fibrosis. I want to have an abortion. can i have children?
    Hello all,

    if you have additional information that might be helpful to me regarding this issue. I am 6 weeks pregnant and my boyfriend and I decided not to keep it…I was considering an abortion but now after my echography, they have found a small fibrosis in my uterus and I am SO scared that if i have an abortion now and my fibrosis keep growing it will prevent me to be pregnant in the future. Please help if you have any insights.

    thank you.
    I know everything you are saying went through my mind. My boyfriend already have 2 kids from a previous marriage. HE DOES not want any more children and not only that he does not want anything to do it with this child. So I will be ALL alone in this battle.

    • Annette M says:

      This is something that you need to discuss with your doctors. On this site you will have too many people with snap of the tongue advice that may be hurtful for you. You and your partner have decided to abort for whatever reason but you really need to think about it carefully. Speak with your doctor regarding the medical statistics of you conceiving again. An abortion will not stop you from conceiving again but any other surgery may. Discuss this in great depth before you make your final decision. Maybe you will change your mind and maybe you will not but the decision will be what is best all round at the time. Do not be pressured into anything by anyone, including your partner, you must do what you feel is best.

  2. tinu says:

    Continuous bleeding from the uterus after a sudden jerk?
    My mom , while travelling in bus started to bleed continuously (after a sudden jerk on passing over a gutter) from the uterus for about 4 hours. she was taken to the hospital and the doctors gave her medicines. She was asked to take an ultrasound scan and the result suggested that she has multiple fibrosis less than 1cm in the uterus. After one day she started to have a small abdominal pain. Why is this happening? What is the next step after this? Can this be harmful. plz help.

    • Sandy says:

      1 cm is actually very small and if the doctor didn’t suggest surgical removal, your mum should calm down and take her medication. If the pain is not too severe, ordinary painkillers will do like paracetamol. Some women have cysts/polyps in their uterus and they just ignore them. One gynae told me that unless the cyst gives trouble, you can actually wait till it grows to the size of a baby’s head before it needs to be surgically removed. You didn’t say how old your mum is, but if she’s nearing menopause, the drop in oestrogen level can sometimes shrink the cysts. If your mum does ok after the medication, she can go for another checkup in 6 months just to monitor the size, but for now, 1 cm is really nothing to worry over.

  3. Spruha says:

    what does this medical report mean?
    my mom had a fibrosis in her uterus n left ovary n thus had the 2 organs removed through laproscopic surgery in dec. ’08. she goes for regular checkups.
    she had pain in her abdomen on saturday so she did a USG of her whole abdomen.the report shows normal conditions of her gall bladder,C.B.D.,spleen,pancreas,kidneys,ureters,urinary bladder n right ovary.
    but for the liver- its normal in size n shape,no SOL….every thing is normal. but the report says “parenchymal reflectivity is increased.”
    the “impression” in the report says “fatty changes in liver.” i can’t understand what it means? is it a bad sign or shud mom take any precautions?
    shud i give any further details?
    mom isn’t overweight neither does she drink.

    • pritam says:

      parenchymal reflectivity is increased.”
      it means there is excess acumulation of fat.fatty changes in the liver can be of 2 types, macro and micro. obviously ur moms liver geting excess fat than it can handle.macrovesicular fatty changes can occur in obesity, alcohol intake .microvesicular changes can occur with drugs,pregnancy, some other rare disorder.so dont worry. tell her to check diet.eat less oily food.avoid any analgesic.check lipid profile.then u can proceed further. it may be only transient, so dont worry

  4. dandylyingjane says:

    We have all sorts of charities for cancer but what about Women who are infertile? Why don’t we support them?
    Hundred of commercials for breast cancer, uterus cancer, polycystic fibrosis, and even more for birth control. Charities for women who have cancer and heart disease..but where is the support for the women who can’t have kids ever and are permanently infertile? where is the celebrity championing these women? Where is the United support nationally for these women who often hide in shame and are humiliated or embarrassed by their infertility? Why do they not have a day or a ribbon honoring them for the bravery of dealing with IVF. thanks -

    • Quetzal says:

      Not trying to offend anyone having other serious conditions but just want to let people know its not as simple as they think it is to deal with infertility…….people say atleast its not life threatening but you know it makes life hell…..

      I have PCOS n I have seen many people who deal with infertility and read their stories on net who die to have children and go through daily heart aches…….I have seen women who got pregnant but lost their babies ‘cuz of miscarriage or if they were premature n could not conceive ever again……..

      I have seen ‘wonderful’ couples who desperately want children
      and after trying everything, they now want to adopt, but cuz of some wierd reasons are not allowed to, then they are literally left with NO hope…..but still they have to go on and on facing everything with so much courage…..It is an ordeal really, constant emotional torture day after day, cycle after cycle, years after years……. I know what you mean……
      And the thing is you are true many such women shy away but they really really need support. They have to get embarassed at various situations…
      If the world is much more aware about such conditions or if there are atleast some support groups, it becomes much easier really….
      I was completely lost before I found this support group after days of depression just because of non-awareness I felt completely alone to myself with no one to understand my issues. Its http://www.pcosworldwidesupport.com/PCOS.html
      But now I no longer feel that much alone, though i still don’t know anyone like me in my area, but its quite tolerable. I haven’t even started to ttc but yet I can understand what these women go through. Sometimes they are even mistreated by their husbands n in-laws…..

      Well, seriously I guess only the women/couples going through this can only really understand this emotionally draining journey…….. I wish people were more open and aware about it…..

  5. Aurora Smith says:

    What is an invasive ultrasound?
    I have to get an ultrasound Saturday to see if I have fibrosis in my uterus. Last time I went to the doctor they said that I would have to get an ultrasound, but it would enter in my vagina. I am scared because I am a virgin and I have no idea how big this ultrasound is, and if it would hurt.

    • Timid Women Rarely Make History says:

      That would be a trans vaginal ultrasound. It’s mostly used for women early on in pregnancy to get a visual of their developing baby.

      ***What to expect***
      You will lie down on a table with your knees bent and feet in holders called stirrups. The health care provider will place a probe, called a transducer, into the vagina. The probe is covered with a condom and a gel. The probe sends out sound waves, which reflect off body structures. A computer receives these waves and uses them to create a picture. The doctor can immediately see the picture on a nearby TV monitor.

      The health care provider will move the probe within the area to see the pelvic organs. This test can be used during pregnancy.

      In some cases, a special transvaginal ultrasound method called saline infusion sonography (SIS), also called sonohysterography or hysterosonography, may be needed to more clearly view the uterus.

      This test requires saline (sterile salt water) to be placed into the uterus before the ultrasound. The saline helps outline any abnormal masses, so the doctor can get a better idea of their size.

      SIS is not done on pregnant women.

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