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nabothian cyst are diagnosed & managed by ultrasound only.Generally a nabothian cyst of size 3-5 mm don`t require any treatment.
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Nobothian cysts form when the outside cervical cells ( neck of the womb ) replace the inside cells and trap cervical mucus forming a cyst. They are harmless and disappear on their own, although some will persist. They are not considered a problem. I am sure your doctor has ruled other conditions. do'nt worry.
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hi..i experience menstruation twice in a month,so i decided to visit a doctor she advice me to undergo ultrasound i just want to ask about cervical calcification.. i had an trans vaginal ultra sound and they saw it.. also have uterine fibroid and nabothian cyst.. i m also wondering how it was happen because i don t feel pain or any discomfort in my pelvic area.
prominent ovaries with bilateral follicles. this could be consistene with polycystic ovaries in the proper clinical settign. nabothian cyst. Right obary measures 4.8X2.2X2.2 cm with colume of 12cc. there are scattered follicles. the parges measures 9 mm and has some layering debris within
hi doctor,i am 27 years old,1.5 years married life,my problem is irregular periods and we tried to conceive its not happening also.i did pelvic scan in that seen nabothian cyst and signs of pcod.blood reports are normal.docor suggested me to take cerofene 100mg tablet,metformin tablet,ovacare.please give one suggestion to conceive soon and correct my periods regular.
Hi my name is Katie, and I’m looking for answers. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I’m a 26 year old, mother of three under three. I was a healthy active mom until I had my third child. After I had had my wonderful little boy I Started to noticed changes in my bowels. Almost every month I would have episodes of extreme abdomen pain with dierhea. By the time my son was two months old I decided to get it checked. It turned out I had a bladder infection. The following month things got worse; yet again I had a bladder infection, only this time the dierhea got a lot worse. I was going to the bathroom 20 plus times a day and had blood in each bowel movement, after three days of this I went to the ER were they suspected I had colitis of the bowel. They sent a referral to a gastrologist, Which I see as of May 9, 2011.The next day the abdominal pain got so bad I had made an appointment with my family doctor, where I got a prescription Asacol 400 mg. After a day on the medication the dierhea slowed down. I thought I was in the clear. I knew what was wrong and felt better. That was until I developed a temp of 107 with lower back pain that night. Went back to the ER to find out I had no colitis of the bowels, but did have a bowel infection. I was sent home with antibiotics. My son is now 5 months old and my health just keeps failing. I’m not eating good, yet not losing weight, no period, and not pregnant. As of four days ago I started to develop severe joint pain with swelling and no redness, for no reason. First day my left hand, that night my left foot, next day was by far the worst, when the pain moved into my right knee, making it impossible to walk. I could not bend the leg at all. By day three back into the ER I go. Was positive for a d-dimer, but the ultrasound found no clots. All other routine blood work was ok. As of today the pain has faded a bit in the joints I have stated about, however has moved into my left shoulder and left knee. I’m on large amount on pain and anti-inflammatory medications. Still no answers. I know I’m becoming extremely frustrated and depressed. I’m so tired of being sick. Please if you know anything let me know. Sincerely, Katie
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