Un des premiers signe de la presence de punaises de lit est la presence de demangeaisons, de rougeurs, de boursouflures suite aux morsures de punaises de lit.
Les punaises de lit adorent se refugier a l’interieur des matelas et sur le rebord des coutures de ceux-ci. Le meilleur outils et le plus fiable pour la detection des punaises de lit est sans contre dit le chien.
Human intestinal worms are parasites that live in the human intestine, eat bowel content or suck blood from the intestinal wall. Intestinal worms may cause severe, life threatening infection, predominantly in children in tropical and subtropical areas where people often defecate on the ground: in rural parts of Africa, Middle East, South Asia, Indonesia and Central and South America. Presence of parasites of any kind (including intestinal worms) in or on the body is called infestation. Intestinal worms may live in someone’s intestine for years without causing any symptoms. Worm eggs, shed in the stool of humans or animals infected with adult worms, can contaminate soil or water. Adult worms, which may be from 1 millimeter to several meters long, invade the bowel wall and suck the blood from it, or live freely in the intestine and utilize nutrients from the bowel content.
Pinworm or seatworm (Enterobius vermicularis) is half an inch long, white  worm; its egs cause anal itch.
Trichinella spiralis, causing trichinosis, may be acquired by eating undercooked contaminated pork meet.
Schistosoma mansoni causes intestinal schistosomiasis (bilharziasis), mainly in Africa, Middle East, Caribbean and South America. It is about half an inch long and 1 millimeter thick.
Beef tapeworm (Taenia saginata) (Picture 3) and pork tapeworm (Taenia solium) may be contracted by undercooked beef or pork – mainly in rural areas, worldwide.
If you suffer from unexplained abdominal bloating, diarrhea, weakness or weight loss, your doctor should suspect intestinal worms (or other intestinal parasites) as a possible cause. A single dose of anti-worm drug, like mebendazole (safe for pregnant women), albendazole, diethylcarbamazine, ivermectin or praziquantel kills parasites in most cases. Ask a Doctor Online Now!Please note that any information or feedback on this website is not intended to replace a consultation with a health care professional and will not constitute a medical diagnosis.
I have been experiencing mild diahareah light brownish in color and separate itchy anus very gasy intense pain in tummy lack of appetite been going on 16 days always seem to get bm between 9 30pm and 5 30am inconvenient too get parasite stool off too the lab. Hi, My husband and I are living in rural China and are worried that we may have contracted some kind of intestinal parasite. Today, i found a long like 5-6 inch long worm ( dead ) i guess after I poop… It was quite disgusting while i use my hand to take it from the toilet bowl.
Can strings (not mucus but actual whitish colored strings) and stick-like things be anything other than parasites?
Hi, I have recently noticed many very long almost translucent, barely visible to the naked eye that come out of my anus when I pass gas or defecate.
If you are not finding any joy with the current practitioners you are seeing then you should try consulting a gastroenterologist elsewhere. It is possible–also it is possible that a wide variety of other things are causing your problem. Check her mane for little hard to see blood sucking lice and continue treating it with seven dust.If there is any chickens on the property mites could have spread throough them. There's a spray in a black bottle, trying to think of the name, works really well as long as it's not caused by bugs-- this happened on a much smaller scale to my mare years ago, but it didn't look quite the same. If you are buying the horse it's not really up for the owner to have it looked at if they aren't worried about it.
She recently got de-wormed (right after this problem arose) and she is getting a special vitamin supplement now.
I am sorry, you may be used to seeing horses like that, but to me, that horse is in BAD shape.
HighlightsUterine FibroidsUterine fibroids, also called leimyomas or myomas, are non-cancerous growths that originate in the muscular wall of the uterus. The Female Reproductive SystemThe primary structures in the reproductive system are as follows:The uterus is a pear-shaped organ located between the bladder and lower intestine.
Uterine CancerFibroids are nearly always noncancerous, even if they contain cells with abnormal shapes.
In premenopausal women who have had their ovaries retained, the ovaries will usually continue to function and secrete hormones even after the uterus is removed, but the lifespan of the ovaries is reduced by an average of 3 - 5 years. The information provided herein should not be used during any medical emergency or for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. In people from Mediterranean parts of Europe or south parts of North America, they usually cause a relatively mild disease.
General symptoms may appear few weeks or several months after infestation and include paleness, weakness, tiredness (from anemia due to lost blood sucked by worms), restlessness, disturbed sleep and weight loss (due to loss of nutrients used by worms).
Once outside the body, eggs need several days or weeks to develop into the infective stage (cysts) or immature worms (larvae) that may be ingested when you eat with soil-contaminated hands or when you eat raw unwashed vegetables.
The result are small intestinal or colonic inflammation and ulcers, anemia, and protein, iron and vitamin (mainly A, C, B12) deficiency.
Parasites move from the intestine into muscles and other organs where they form cysts – encapsulated forms, which are hard to eradicate. For some days after the healing, a stool-to-mouth auto-infection with eggs is still possible. It’s unlikely to be from the urinary tract although there are tiny worms that can affect the bladder. We both regularly have very upset stomachs and today in my stool I noticed several creamy white organisms, about 1-2 cms long, that looked as if they could be maggots. This could very well be intestinal worms like pinworms (threadworms) but it is difficult to say for sure without a stool test as there many possible species of intestinal worms.
Afterwards, I left it besides the floor and find out about the parasites I’ve in my body. I have had these in my stool along with itching and overall skin itching (and a mild rash in the past) for a while now. And when I tried to show the evidence I was told because I was trying to prove it in that fashion made their diagnose, and my actions further pointed to the fact that in was all in my head and I needed emotional help. Worms are contagious and I have been out in pubic areas for 6 months probably spreading them cause no one helped me, I didn’t know Id spread them untill I researched myself.
The treatment you will get at ER is only for emergency situations where once stabilized you are sent home with the appropriate prescription.
I think there are some underlying problems that allowed her to get this problem, whatever it is, in the first place. I think the only thing unhealthy about her other than this hair loss problem is that she could use some more weight.
It consists of two parts, the body and the cervix.When a woman is not pregnant the body of the uterus is about the size of a fist, with its walls pressed against each other. This condition occurs when glands from the uterine lining become embedded in the uterine muscle.
In rare cases, complete ovarian failure occurs right after hysterectomy, presumably because the surgery has permanently cut off the ovaries' blood supply.The most important complications occur in women who have had their ovaries removed. Uterine artery embolization versus hysterectomy in the treatment of symptomatic uterine fibroids: 2 years' outcome from the randomized EMMY trial.
A licensed medical professional should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment of any and all medical conditions.
If you own right to any of the images, and do not wish them to appear on this site, please contact us, they will be removed promptly. Another source of intestinal worms is undercooked infected meat of domestic pig, freshwater fish or wild animals (bear, walrus, etc.).
Main symptoms are abdominal pain, muscular and joint pain, swelling of the eyes and skin rash. I went to the bathroom this morning to go number two and I did a little bit then I went to wipe and there was a brown flat worm on the toilet paper so I looked in the toilet n saw the rest of the worm.
Given your symptoms and response to food this could be other bowel conditions where mucus may be passed out with the stool.
The diet you recommend would definitely have some health benefits but it is unlikely to eradicate the parasitic worms. If it is indeed words then you may need to see a doctor to get a prescription for the drugs that will eradicate these worms.
I have tried so many things (Reeses pinx, Albenza, and Paragone to name a few) and symptoms will not go away. Even if the sample that you collect does not seem to have any worms within it, there will still be microscopic eggs (invisible to the naked eye) and the lab staff will be able to confirm the type of worm responsible.
As far as my post I stated I, and many readers have already been to doctors thats why I went to Er no one believes or listens and that is why People need help.
Anyway, her current owner had warned me before we visited that she has been losing hair lately.
I am not picking her up until the very beginning of May, but if she still has bald spots then, I will definitely have my vet look at her and tell me how to treat it. The current owner is going to have a vet diagnose this problem in a week if she hasn't cleared up by then. During pregnancy the walls of the uterus are pushed apart as the fetus grows.The cervix is the lower portion of the uterus. Female infertility is usually due to other factors than fibroids.Effect on PregnancyFibroids may increase pregnancy complications and delivery risks. Only in rare cases (less than 0.1%) does cancer develop from a malignant change in a fibroid (called leiomyosarcoma). This causes estrogen loss, which places women at risk for osteoporosis (loss of bone density) and a possible increase in risks for heart disease and stroke. Several drugs are available that can help protect both bones and heart. Larvae may migrate to other organs (liver, spleen, bladder, muscles, lungs, brain), where they form cysts and trigger allergic inflammation.
Blood tests can reveal anemia (low ferritinand low red cells), low levels of vitamins A, C or B12, antobodies against certain worms, or elevated levels of eosinophils and IgEantibodies.
This mucus, sometimes mixed with undigested food due to the diarrhea, may appear like worms. The acidity that you refer to would be quickly neutralized in the upper digestive tract while worms usually reside in the lower tract.
I havent told my parents yet because im a bit embarrassed about it, but I don’t know if I should see a doctor or not. We don’t have access to an English speaking doctor and so I am trying to ascertain what this is most likely to be, and if there is an over the counter medication we can take before we make a long and very expensive trip to the nearest city to get medical help! Not sure how it works in China but you should try to contact a nearby pharmacy and check if they do require a prescription for these anti-worm medicine. The blood may not be related to any intestinal parasites but rather it could be due to other conditions like hemorrhoids. Most worm infestations of the bowels cause mild symptoms that you may not even have noticed and sometimes there are no symptoms at all. I have used these meds for quite a while and was on Albenza daily for at least 10 days in a row with no resolution…. Any stool sample will do as the worms release microscopic eggs in the stool on a constant basis.
A stool analysis may be necessary where a stool sample will be sent to a laboratory for further examination. At other times the infestation can persist for long periods of time as it has sufficient food within the bowels and continues to reproduce.
The disease morgellions which I use as an example, has been scientificall proven by some doctors, the CDC itself denies it as being a true disease yet they hired the military to do the research and write the report on their findings. The fact of the matter is that any guidance provided online does not constitute a medical consultation. People cant go to a gast.dr you need referals you tell me amd others to use dead end sources.

If you are not using your medical insurance and willing to pay out of your own pocket, this referral may not even be necessary. She has another one of her pregnant mares doing the same thing, but not as bad as my soon-to-be mare. She may even be deficient in something.I would get the vet out and have it tested so you know exactly what it is and how to go about treating it.
It has a canal opening into the vagina with an opening called the os, which allows menstrual blood to flow out of the uterus into the vagina.Leading off each side of the body of the uterus are two tubes known as the fallopian tubes. Links to other sites are provided for information only -- they do not constitute endorsements of those other sites.
I also just got over a very painful urinary tract infection and I wondering what to do…is the uti related? Sometimes mucus in the stool is mistaken for worms and mucus can occur with conditions like IBD. By the way this was personally tested on me, I had wide variety of issues, did my own research after seeing several doctors no one had explanation or cure. You’re correct that some worms may be found in meat (like tapeworms) and in the living area of animals but many are also contracted from the soil. But over time it may result in complications so it is better to get it treated as soon as possible. Once the species of parasite can be confirmed then you doctor will start you on the appropriate medication.
Even if another worm cannot be spotted, there will be tiny eggs that the lab technicians will be able to identify under a microscope. The lab said no parasites but of coarse they used a sample I brought that was 5 hours old and was in toilet water which flaws tests, These Doctors need to be sued. We understand there are costs involved but this is the case with private medical care in every country. Near the end of each tube is an ovary.Ovaries are egg-producing organs that hold 200,000 - 400,000 follicles (from folliculus, meaning "sack" in Latin). Oddly enough, smaller fibroids, usually submucosal, are more likely to cause abnormally heavy bleeding than larger ones.Most cases of anemia are mild and can be treated with dietary changes and iron supplements. A woman may choose to delay having any treatment, particularly if she is close to reaching menopause. Certain types of immature worms may penetrate through your skin during swimming or walking barefoot; when they reach the small or large intestine they grow into adult worms. It would be advisable to speak to your doctor and get a referral to a specialist like a gastroenterologist.
Given the symptoms it would be important for your doctor to consider conditions like inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) or even irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) among others. Also my rectal opening started to itch like crazy over the las 2 weeks and i scratched it and it would get worse. Always wash your fresh fruits and vegetables and clean your hands thoroughly many times throughout the day to avoid ingesting worms or the eggs. Either seek a second opinion from another doctor or take it to the necessary health authorities in your country. Yes, mebendazole is commonly prescribed but the eradication treatment is best supervised by a medical professional. You may also want to consult with a gastroenterologist who can advise you further after the relevant investigations.
Most intestinal worms do not spread throughout the body and certain types where immature forms can enter muscle or brain tissue only do this after years and decades, and only in some people. Your symptoms could be due to other factors like a malabsorption syndrome which may be totally unrelated to intestinal worms. What the military said in their report was the diagnosis of delusional parasitosis, (which became a condition by a psychiatrist in 1948 who labeled and believed in this theory) mind you they are still using this as a diagnosis !!!?? Furthermore by not seeing a doctor, our readers may be missing potentially serious diseases which they do not understand. Wonder how many worms are spread I use public facilities.I have them and untill I get help they will spread.
The owner was told by their vet to treat it with 10 parts water and 1 part bleach and it cleared up. As far as the comment about "I can't believe you would buy a horse in this shape" that was a little rude and uncalled for. These cellular sacks contain the materials needed to produce ripened eggs, or ova.The inner lining of the uterus is called the endometrium. Heavy bleeding and clots can cause severe cramping and pain during menstrual periods.Abdominal Pressure and Pain. Periodic pelvic exams and ultrasounds can help track the progression of her fibroid condition.Drug Therapy. Some women notice a change in their orgasmic response because they no longer experience uterine contractions.
Any duplication or distribution of the information contained herein is strictly prohibited. The itching of the anus could occur with the diarrhea and may even be a sign of hemorrhoids. So i started to look into the possibility of worms and shortly after I semi confirmed my suspicions.
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If you are using the public health system then it may be worth considering seeing a private doctor. Rather than worrying about it, take the stool sample to the doctor and you will get a definitive answer. I was told by my health care provider Blood tests don’t show for worms and they told me you cant see worms. We therefore are required to advise them to see a medical professional so as not to be held liable in the event that they follow our advice without consulting with a doctor. During pregnancy this inner lining thickens and becomes enriched with blood vessels to house and support the growing fetus.
Urinary Tract InfectionLarge fibroids that press against the bladder occasionally result in urinary tract infections. Large fibroids can cause pressure and pain in the abdomen or lower back that sometimes feels like menstrual crampsAbdominal and Uterine Enlargement. Hormonal treatments such as oral contraceptives or a progestin-releasing IUD can help reduce heavy bleeding and pain. Other women report increased sexual drive and pleasure because they are free from the problems that prompted hysterectomy.Patients who have both ovaries removed may be at higher risk for loss of sexuality and experience sexual problems such as vaginal dryness. This is not a diagnosis just some possible conditions that could account for your symptoms. A proper anti-parasite drug can eradicate worms within days to weeks but dietary and lifestyle changes are always advisable as well, if relevant.
But what better cover up for something that has escaped some military lab then to create a cover story that ts in our heads and we are mentally ill.
I guess there are cows next to her property, but I don't think the mares have had contact with them for a long time. I will ask her current owner to have her looked at by a vet when she gets her coggins done if she still has the hair loss problem.
Gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) agonists stop ovulation and the production of estrogen, and can reduce fibroid size.Surgery. First two were normal and healthy looking but the third one was small and smooth with about 10 white hairish things coming out of it, im not sure if they were moving. My doctor was not too helpful and the pediatrician would not even see my son and said just give him over the counter PinX. Look how long it was before the true information about the militaries use of agent orange came to light?
Subserosal can be either stalk-like (pedunculated) or broad-based (sessile).Submucosal fibroids grow from the uterine wall toward and into the inner lining of the uterus (the endometrium). Menstrual flow also consists of blood and mucus from the cervix and vagina.Reproductive Hormones.
The female and male urinary tracts are relatively the same except for the length of the urethra. Very large fibroids may give the abdomen the appearance of pregnancy and cause a feeling of heaviness and pressure. The second- Once again a pass a few healthy peices and then a third one that was smooth and small. If you consider the medical profession to be a dead end source, then that is your opinion and you are entitled to it. The hypothalamus (an area in the brain) and the pituitary gland regulate the reproductive hormones. In fact, large fibroids are defined by comparing the size of the uterus to the size it would be at specific months during gestation.Pain During Intercourse. They include removal of the fibroid (myomectomy), removal of the endometrial lining (endometrial ablation), shrinking the blood supply to the fibroid (uterine artery embolization), and removal of the uterus (hysterectomy).Women should discuss each option with their doctor. Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use, 2010: adapted from the World Health Organization Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use, 4th edition. She treated her with Seven dust, de-wormed her in case it was pinworms, and gave her an iodine bath (diluting the iodine of course) in case it is a fungal problem. Fibroid tumors may not need to be removed if they are not causing pain, bleeding excessively, or growing rapidly. Deciding on a particular surgical procedure depends on the location, size, and number of fibroids.
I wouldnt say that it looked so much like a worm that you would find in the dirt but more of a hair with split ends. Large fibroids may press against the bladder and urinary tract and cause frequent urination or the urge to urinate, particularly when a woman is lying down at night.
Certain procedures affect a woman's fertility and are recommended only for women who are past childbearing age or who do not want to become pregnant. Fibroids pressing on the ureters (the tubes going from the kidneys to the bladder) may obstruct or block the flow of urine.Constipation.
At this point I really started worrying so i told my grandmother and she works for a school who said it was most likely pinworms. Now I have to find out what kind of worms we have and what to get for the worms that have caused about 70 lesions on my Boyfriend like flea bites. Fibroid pressure against the rectum can cause constipation.DiagnosisPelvic Exam and Medical HistoryDoctors can detect some fibroids as masses (lumps) during a pelvic exam.
Newer types of continuous-dosing OCs reduce or eliminate the number of periods a woman has per year.Intrauterine devices (IUDs) that release progestin can be very beneficial for reducing heavy bleeding. During a pelvic exam, the doctor will check for pregnancy-related conditions and other conditions, such as ovarian cysts. Specifically, the levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system, or LNG-IUS (Mirena), has shown excellent results.
Shortly after I went poop and the same thing I had saw before was sticking out of the side. The doctor will ask you about your medical history, particularly as it relates to menstrual bleeding patterns. However this time it was sticking a little tiny bit sideways but then it fell directly down so I had to roll the log to actually see it was what i thought it was.
Other causes of abnormal uterine bleeding must also be considered.UltrasoundUltrasound is the standard imaging technique for detecting uterine fibroids. Many doctors now recommend the LNG-IUS as a first-line treatment for heavy menstrual bleeding, particularly for women who may face hysterectomy (removal of uterus).
Today I woke up and immidiatly went poop (rectal itching was still there but mild and i woke up 4 or 5 times during the night.) Anyway my poop was a big sinker and went down the tube and out of sight.

GnRH agonists block the release of the reproductive hormones LH (luteinizing hormone) and FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone).
From what i read online I the heavier the poop the less gas was in it which i took as a good sign because apparently the worms cause excess gas.
So i went to the doctor but couldnt get in because of a complication with my medicaid card but im going to see him tomarrow. In the meantime I was hoping you would get back to me and tell me if these symptoms seem like a parasite or specificly pinworms. GnRH agonists may be used as drug treatment to shrink fibroids in women who are approaching the age of menopause. The procedure uses a long flexible tube called a hysteroscope, which is inserted into the vagina and through the cervix to reach the uterus. They may also be used as a preoperative treatment 3 - 4 months before fibroid surgery to reduce fibroid size so that a more minimally invasive surgical procedure can be performed. P.S Ive been 135lbs for a year now and the other day i wasnt even heavy enough to register my aunts seatbelt on which she said 135 should be enough, though i dont have a scale i feel that i may have lost weight in a little while. A fiber-optic light source and a tiny camera in the tube allow the doctor to view the cavity. Before using these drugs, the doctor should be certain that no other complicating conditions are present, particularly leiomyosarcoma (cancer). The uterus is filled with saline or carbon dioxide to inflate the cavity and provide better viewing. Uterine artery embolization for fibroids is associated with an increased risk of miscarriage. These symptoms include hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, weight gain, and depression. Local, regional, or general anesthesia may be given.LaparoscopyIn some cases, laparoscopic surgery may be performed as a diagnostic procedure.
Laparoscopy involves inserting a fiber-optic scope into a small incision made near the navel.
They may be more intense with leuprolide and persist after the drug has been stopped.The most important concern is possible osteoporosis from estrogen loss.
Whereas hysteroscopy allows the doctor to view inside the uterus, laparoscopy provides a view of the outside of the uterus, including the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and general pelvic area.Other TestsIn certain cases, the doctor may perform an endometrial biopsy to determine if there are abnormal cells in the lining of the uterus that suggest cancer. Women should not take these drugs for more than 6 months.GnRH treatments used alone do not prevent pregnancy. Furthermore, if a woman becomes pregnant during their use, there is some risk for birth defects.Surgical Alternatives to HysterectomyMyomectomyA myomectomy surgically removes only the fibroids and leaves the uterus intact, often preserving fertility.
It can be used to take tissue samples and also as a procedure to help temporarily reduce heavy menstrual bleeding. If the fibroids are numerous or large, myomectomy can become complicated, resulting in increased blood loss. IUDs are very effective at preventing pregnancy (less than 2% chance per year for the progesterone IUD, less than 1% chance per year for the copper IUD). IUDs come with an increased risk of ectopic pregnancy and perforation of the uterus, and do not protect against sexually transmitted disease.
It is used for subserosal or intramural fibroids that are very large (usually more than 4 inches), that are numerous, or when cancer is suspected. While complete recovery takes less than a week with laparoscopy and hysteroscopy, recovery from a standard abdominal myomectomy takes as long as 6 - 8 weeks. Levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system and endometrial ablation in heavy menstrual bleeding: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Open laparotomy poses a higher risk for scarring and blood loss than with the less invasive procedures, a concern for women who want to retain fertility.Hysteroscopy.
A hysteroscopic myomectomy may be used for submucosal fibroids found in the uterine cavity. With this procedure, fibroids are removed using an instrument called a hysteroscopic resectoscope, which is passed up into the uterine cavity through the vagina and cervical canal. The doctor then uses an electrosurgical wire loop to surgically remove (resect) the fibroid.Laparoscopy. Women whose uterus is no larger than it would be at a 6-week pregnancy and who have a small number of subserosal fibroids may be eligible for treatment with laparoscopy. Randomised comparison of uterine artery embolisation (UAE) with surgical treatment in patients with symptomatic uterine fibroids (REST trial): 5-year results. The risks for myomectomy are generally the same of those for other surgical procedures, including bleeding and infection.Recurrence of Fibroids.
They can recur after these procedures.Uterine Artery EmbolizationUterine artery embolization (UAE), also called uterine fibroid embolization (UFE), is a relatively new way of treating fibroids.
It is much less invasive than hysterectomy and myomectomy, and involves a shorter recovery time than the other procedures.
The femoral artery is a large artery that begins in the lower abdomen and extends down to the thigh. The radiologist then threads the catheter into the uterine artery.Small plastic particles are injected into the artery. These particles block the blood supply to the tiny arteries that feed fibroid cells, and the tissue eventually dies.Patients usually stay in the hospital overnight after UAE and are given pain medication. Pelvic cramps are common for the first 24 hours after the procedure.It takes 1 - 2 weeks for the patient to recover from the procedure and return to work. It may take several months to several years for the fibroids to completely shrink.Most patients have a light, brownish color vaginal discharge for several days following UAE, which may last until the next menstrual cycle. Ovarian conservation at the time of hysterectomy and long-term health outcomes in the nurses' health study. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists advises women who wish to have children that it is not yet known how this procedure affects their potential for becoming pregnant. Gonadotrophin-releasing hormone and magnetic-resonance-guided ultrasound surgery for uterine leiomyomata.
UAE has a lower rate of complication than hysterectomy and laparotic myomectomy and a shorter hospital stay. In addition to potential impact on fertility, other postoperative effects may include.Pain. Abdominal cramps and pelvic pain after the procedure are nearly universal and may be intense. Leiomyomas at routine second-trimester ultrasound examination and adverse obstetric outcomes. A low-grade fever and general malaise are also common in the first week after the procedure.Early menopause. A 41-year-old woman with menorrhagia, anemia, and fibroids: review of treatment of uterine fibroids. Studies on uterine artery embolization show high patient satisfaction (over 90%) and low complication rates. Menorrhagia symptoms, as well as pelvic pain and urinary symptoms, improve in 85 - 95% of patients within 3 months after treatment. Uterine artery embolization versus surgery in the treatment of symptomatic fibroids: a systematic review and metaanalysis.
It is not helpful for large fibroids or for fibroids that have grown outside of the interior uterine lining. In some women, menstrual flow is not stopped but is significantly reduced.Endometrial ablation procedures use some form of heat (radiofrequency, heated fluid, microwave) to destroy the uterine lining. The procedure is typically done on an outpatient basis and can take as few as 10 minutes to perform. Recovery generally takes a few days, although watery or bloody discharge can last for several weeks.Endometrial ablation significantly decreases the likelihood a woman will become pregnant. However, pregnancy can still occur and this procedure increases the risks of complications, including miscarriage. Women who have this procedure must be committed to not becoming pregnant and to using birth control. A main concern of endometrial ablation is that it may delay or make it more difficult to diagnose uterine cancer in the future. This “thermal ablation” procedure is performed with a device, the ExAblate, which combines magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with ultrasound.During the 3-hour procedure, the patient lies inside an MRI machine. The patient receives a mild sedative to help relax but remains conscious throughout the procedure. The MRI also helps the radiologist monitor the temperature generated by the ultrasound.MRgFUS is appropriate only for women who have completed childbearing or who do not intend to become pregnant. Fibroids that are located near the bowel and bladder, or outside of the imaging area, cannot be treated.This procedure was approved in 2004, and long-term results are not yet available. Many insurance companies do not pay for this treatment.HysterectomyHysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus.
Hysterectomy is a permanent solution for fibroids, and is an option if other treatments have not worked or are not appropriate.A woman cannot become pregnant after having a hysterectomy. If the ovaries are removed along with the uterus, hysterectomy causes immediate menopause.Types of HysterectomiesOnce a decision for a hysterectomy has been made, the patient should discuss with her doctor what will be removed.
It is best suited for women with large fibroids, when the ovaries need to be removed, or when cancer or pelvic disease is present. The cut may either be vertical, or it may go horizontally across the abdomen, just above the pubic hair (a bikini cut).
The bikini cut incision heals faster and is less noticeable than a vertical incision, which is used in more complicated cases. The patient may need to remain in the hospital for 3 - 4 days, and recuperation at home takes about 4 - 6 weeks.Vaginal Hysterectomy, LAVH, and Laparoscopic Hysterectomy. The vaginal incision is closed with stitches.A variation of the vaginal approach is called laparoscopic-assisted vaginal hysterectomy (LAVH). It uses several small abdominal incisions through which the surgeon severs the attachments to the uterus and, if needed, ovaries. In LAVH, the uterus (and ovaries) are then removed through the vaginal incision, as in the standard vaginal approach. In laparoscopic hysterectomy, they are removed in small pieces through the abdomen.Recovery times for vaginal hysterectomy and LAVH are shorter than those for abdominal hysterectomy. However, hospital stays may be longer, and costs are greater with LAVH than with standard vaginal hysterectomy. Some doctors question whether LAVH adds any significant benefits compared to the standard vaginal procedure.Robotic Hysterectomy. More serious complications are uncommon but can include infection and blood clots.Postoperative CareThe patient should ask a family member or friend to help out for the first few days at home.
These mood swings may be due to depression from the loss of reproductive capabilities and from abrupt changes in hormones, particularly if the ovaries have been removed.Patients who have had abdominal hysterectomies should discuss with their doctors when exercise programs more intense than walking can be started. The abdominal muscles are important for supporting the upper body, and recovering strength may take a long time.
Even after the wound has healed, the patient may have an on-going feeling of overall weakness, for some time. Some women do not feel completely well for as long as a year while others may recover in only a few weeks.If a woman has had her cervix removed, she no longer needs annual Pap smears.
However, women who have had any type of hysterectomy should continue to receive routine pelvic and breast exams, and mammograms.Menopausal Symptoms and Premature Menopause after HysterectomyThe ovaries are the main source of production of estrogen. After hysterectomy with bilateral oopherectomy, women may have hot flashes and other symptoms of menopause, including vaginal dryness, insomnia, and weight gain. Women who have surgical removal of both ovaries, and who do not receive hormone replacement therapy, tend to have more severe hot flashes than women who enter menopause naturally. If hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is recommended after hysterectomy and ovary removal, it is given as estrogen-only replacement therapy (ERT).

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