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How is bulky and elongated uterus treated ?

my wife was diagonised with bulky and elongated uterus in ultra sound report,one of the gneccologtic docter have said that she has edision of intestine but there were no signs in ultra sound report i could find that to wich specialist doctor should i refer her,she has pain in her abdomine,even she want to go frequent toilet ,but she is enable to do only few drop of toilet ,plese sugest me what to thid case ,and to which docter should i consult.
Asked On : Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
bulky uterus itself will not cause bowel disturbances and pain. But if associated with intestinal adhesions pain can occur.
According to the symptoms given by you I am thinking that your wife may be having irritable bowel syndrome.
Irritable bowel syndrome, in this disorder the patient normally presents with cramping abdominal pain, bloating sensation, constipation or diarrhea.
One of the symptom is constipation. The patient suffering with this experience difficulty in passing stools, pain or straining during bowel movements, not able to eliminate stools or only small amount can be eliminated sometimes as mucus.
The treatment mainly involves making dietary changes, avoiding stress. Laxatives and antispasmodics can be used to get relief from symptoms.
You have to consult physician regarding this, in case of adhesions you consult gynecologist.
take care
Answered: Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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