Hey there new channel, new news. I wanted to talk about an issue that is really close to my heart. Fibroids. So it's a new channel called Fibroid Nutrition. There is a lot of information out there I've found and I want to share it. Basically what are fibroids, fibroids are muscle tissue that are tumors but they are non cancerous and they grow inside and outside of our uterus. So if we look at our uterus like this SHOWSHANDS they grow in between my fingers, in between my fingers, and on the outside of my fingers.
They have stems, they can, if they grow on the outside they can have a stem and they can grwo and then they can cause pain and discomfort yk in other locations in your body. So yk they can cause a lot of problems like excess bleeding um, pain, pain during sex, a lot of different things. yk I'm sure you all have either have them, know about them or know someone who has them and there is something that you can do. and basically this channel is yk just so that your uterus is not a casualty. so hopefully you'll stick.
General Biopsy Surgery PreOp Patient Engagement and Education
Your doctor has recommended that you undergo a biopsy procedure or lumpectomy. But what does that actually mean Biopsy is a general term which simply means the removal of tissue for microscopic examination. Your doctor intends to remove tissue from your body, not because you're necessarily ill, but because biopsy is a very accurate method for analyzing unusual growths or other suspicious tissue. Because it provides such accurate diagnostic information, biopsy is an important diagnostic tool in the fight against cancer. In your case, you have a suspicious lump or other tissue which needs to be examined. It.
May have been felt by you or your doctor.. or spotted using other diagnostic tools such as xray. Let's take a moment to look at the reasons why lumps or growths form. The body is made of many different kinds of tissues and those tissues are all subject to change during the course of a normal lifetime. Usually, a thickening or lump turns out to be benign, or harmless, and often requires no treatment. In some cases, lumps are malignant tumors, caused by the growth of cancerous cells. These growths need to be treated as rapidly as possible.
In order to learn more about the nature of the suspicious tissue, your doctor would like to surgically remove it. Most likely, you're feeling some anxiety about this procedure, which is perfectly understandable. You should realize that it's natural to feel apprehensive about any kind of biopsy. But ignoring a suspicious growth won't make it go away. If you're feeling anxious, try to remember that the purpose of a biopsy is simply to find out what is going on in your body so that if you do have a problem, it can be diagnosed.
And treated as quickly as possible. If you should decide not to allow your doctor to perform the biopsy, you'll be leaving yourself at risk for medical problems. If the suspicious tissue in your breast is benign, most likely you'll suffer few if any complications. However, if it is cancerous, and it is allowed to grow unchecked you might be putting your own life at risk. The bottom line trust that your doctor is recommending this procedure for your benefit and above all don't be afraid to ask questions raised by this tutorial and to talk openly about.
Your concerns. After allowing a few minutes for the anesthetic to take effect, the surgeon will make a small incision. Once the incision has been made, your doctor will begin looking for the lump. You will feel some pressure or even slight tugging or pulling but you should not feel any sharp pain. Once the lump is removed, the doctor will close the skin over the incision as neatly and as cosmetically as they are able. Finally, a sterile dressing is applied. Your tissue specimen will be sent immediately to a lab for microscopic analysis. Your doctor.
Cold Sores Herpes Simplex Virus How Do You Get Cold Sores, Symptoms and Treatments.
You have a cold sore that bums you out! What should and shouldn't you do now First of all, you need to know that a cold sore is caused by the herpes virus and that there's fluid in the blisters. A cold sore can be annoying and painful, but is hardly ever harmful. The herpes virus will remain forever in your body though and can get reactivated at a later time. That's why you can get a cold sore over and over again. There isn't any treatment to get the virus out of your body.
So, what are the do's and don'ts when you've got a cold sore Don't touch the blisters and wash your hands regularly especially when you've touched the blisters by accident. A cold sore is extremely contagious. The herpes virus that's inside the blisters can be transmitted through kissing or after you've touched them with your fingers. The virus can end up in the eye or near the genitals in that way and blisters may form in those places. Once the blisters have dried up, the virus can't be transmitted any longer.
Never hug a baby when you've got a cold sore. Babies can get seriously ill from from the herpes virus and can even die because it. That's the reason why it's also called the kiss of death. Sunlight, a reduced resistance, illness, menstruation, or stress can activate the herpes virus so a cold sore can show up. so a cold sore can show up. So avoid being exposed to the sun and use protective lip balm or sunblock on your lips to protect yourself against the sun. Keep your resistance up eat healthy food,.
Exercise regularly and get a good night's rest. Some people find comfort in putting the Vaseline or zinc oxide on their lips to ease the itching and pain. You could use antiviral creams and tablets. The cream hasn't been proven to reduce the symptoms of a cold sore though. Tablets could reduce the symptoms of a cold sore but only if you use them in a very early stage before the blisters have formed. Consult your family doctor when the blisters haven't disappeared after two weeks or when the inflammation spreads. In the last case, bacteria might have gotten.
Tubal Factor Infertility Santa Monica Infertility Santa Monica Fertility
Hi I'm Dr. John Jain from Santa Monica Fertility, and today I would like to talk to you about tubal factor infertility. This is infertility related to the fallopian tubes. The fallopian tubes are actually very important for fertility. The fallopian tube picks up the egg from the ovary it's in the fallopian tube where the egg is actually fertilized by sperm it's in the fallopian tube that the embryo grows for the first 3 days of development. So the fallopian tube nourishes the embryo and helps transport it to the uterus.
If the tube is damaged or blocked it can cause infertility, and also an increased risk of an ectopic pregnancy. Ectopic pregnancies are pregnancies where the embryo gets stuck in the fallopian tube. The most common causes for blocked tubes or tubal factor infertility are STD's, such as Gonorrhea and Chlamydia pelvic surgeries especially ones that involve having fibroids or ovarian cysts removed and a condition called endometriosis. Women who have these risk factors should actually consider having their tubes evaluated using a procedure called an HSG or hysterosalpingogram. In this procedure, a catheter is placed into the cervix and a.
Small balloon is inflated after which xray dye is pushed through the uterus and fallopian tube. The xrays are viewed to make sure the uterine cavity is normal and the tubes open. If the tubes are actually scarred or blocked, surgery can help in some cases but most of the time it does not help and the patient and in vitro fertilization is needed. With in vitro fertilization, or IVF, eggs are harvested directly from the ovary, fertilized in a laboratory, and then place as embryos directly back into the uterine cavity, this way avoiding the.
Use of the fallopian tubes. However it should be noted that if the tube is blocked at its end and filled with fluid, a condition called a hydrosalpinx it has to be removed before in vitro fertilization is performed. The reason is that fluid in the fallopian tube can leak back into the uterine cavity and destroy embryos. For patients who are infertile and have risk factors for tubal disease it's very important to access the fallopian tubes early in the process of care. If you have any further questions about tubal factor infertility please contact me at infosantamonicafertility.
How to Read a MRI of Lumbar Degenerative Spondylolisthesis and Spinal Stenosis
Here's a side view of an MRI of a patient with substantial degenerative changes and a degenerative Spondylolisthesis Stenosis or slip at four five and the central canal is also blocked and that is called spinal stenosis again reading this MRI we see the spinal cord here which ends there and the nerve roots which come out of the spinal cord again the white is cerebral spinal fluid which is water we see again the vertebra we see again the discs these discs here are quite degenerative and if we look carefully we're going to see that this L four vertebra has slid.
Forward on L five that slip is called a degenerative Spondylolisthesis and we can look at the spinal canal and see the spinal canal in this area his clogged up essentially and quite narrowed and that is deleterious to the nerves we can look at this with a topdown view and again the yellow line here is where we're making our cut here's the spinal canal we can see all of the nerve roots here we look at the facets before these are degenerative facets and if we march up the spine and watch the size of the canal.
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