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Bleeding after intercourse. Ultrasound showing a calculus in kidney, cortical cysts in ovaries. Treatment?

i got married on 1st feb. ,during first month of my marriage i didnt had any problem during sex, but frm second month i see little blood during our intercourse. after examination the doc said thr is a small mole/poly or the doc advised tat it should be romed immediately.I havent understood the reason for this and also in ultra sound report its seen tat a calculus is seen in mird 3rd of right kidney measuring 3.3 mm in size, thr are features of endocervictis, small cortical cyst is seen in both the ovaries and minimal collection is seen in POD? what should i do now, what are the remedies? will i have any problem in conceiving a child???pls help??
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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Thank you for your query.

You have not mentioned the location of the mole/polyp. If it is on the cervix then it should be removed. Endocervicitis can be controlled by appropriate medications.

The kidney problems should not be a cause for worry if the kidney functions are within normal limits. The doctor shall be seeing to this aspect.

Cortical cyst in ovaries and minimal collection of fluid in the POD are normal. These should not cause any problem for you to conceive. However you need to be under constant medical supervision for your renal problems.

I hope I have answered your query to your satisfaction.

Wishing you all the best.


Rajiv K Khandelwal
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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