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I have a lump in my uterus, what will happen to me now?

I had periods on August 2, then - second periods on August 20, and the second periods did not stop, never did, and I bled and bled, and bleeding now. Then I went to the doctor, and had ultra sound and I have a lump in my uterus, 1.26 inches long, and I am waiting for the pap result, and other tests, they will come up on Wednesday, and I can't stop crying and reading things about cysts, fibroma and cancer.
Do you think that they made a mistake and I have no lump? I know, they then will start cutting piece after piece of me, and then I will die.
and I can't sleep.

I have been in your position & I know how hard it is to wait for all the results to come in! Hang in there! Honestly, you have a 99.9% chance of it being a Cyst or a Fibroid. Either one is a treatable condition. To calm the bleeding down, they will probably put you on a b/c pill. If it is found to be a cyst, sometimes surgery is the best option but, on some occassions they do resolve themselves on their own. If it is a Fibroid, this is a benign condition, which means it is NOT cancerous & can be treated without surgery. The chances of it being any form of cancer are very slim. You are very young & it sounds like this bleeding may be a new symptom. I commend you on going to the Dr. immediately, best to diagnose early. Since you have had so much bleeding, I would be sure that you do get bloodwork to test for Anemia, including testing Ferritin levels.

When you have been healthy for the majority of your life, it is very easy to immediately think the worst when something like this occurs, but don't! The good news is that they were able to find a reason for the bleeding & it is most likely very treatable & you are not going to die! If I were you, go ahead call the Dr's office tomorrow morning, ask to speak with the Dr's nurse & let her know your feelings & concerns. She can relieve alot of your worries too & explain more specifics of your case. Also, ask her if the results come in early, to have the Dr. call you, so you don't have to wait. Hope this helps! I know all will turn out O.K.!!  (+ info)

how long does it take for the stapes bone to completly ossify?

Sorry, i'm not exactly sure. Is it similar to osteoporosis? if it is, not too quick and not to slow either.  (+ info)

Which are the factors that produce double tooth?

Double tooth it is a dental anomalie which appear in the proliferation stage of cells.I'm interested which factors disturb the cell proliferation takeing in cosideration the fact that there are also some other anomalies that appear in this period like:ameloblastic fibroma,primordial cyst,amloblastoma,odontoma(compound)

This is not uncommon, its usually a hereditary thing and can be corrected. I have seen this before and seen how the dentist and orthodontist can fix it, they can do wonders.  (+ info)

Can a nervous heart be the cause of my moms "heart problems"?

My mom was going to get surgery today because of something fibroma or whatever but they told her they cant because she supposebly has heart problems. but i dont see how my mom is healthy and stuff and she told me she was nervous because the doc said they might take out everything during the surgery and her heartbeat got fast. could this be why they said her heartbeat was not normal and has some heart problems?
they did an ekg

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Is it normal for a femoral intermedullary rod to be causing problems six years after my surgery?

Six years ago, at age 16, I broke my femur during a sports trauma. I have an intermedullary rod with 1 pin in my knee and 1 pin in my hip. I have been experiencing pain ranging from a dull ache to sharp pains in my knee. Often will hurt when I’m walking so much that I limp or have to take a break because I feel like my leg won’t support me! I’m very healthy; I swim and do yoga a few times a week and am fit. My Chiropractor took x-rays of my hip and knee and found the pin on the medial side of my knee never ossified. She referred me to my orthopedic surgeon, but I don’t have health insurance right now so I want to wait until I have my insurance back before I make an appointment! 1) Is this pain a normal complication of the surgery? Also, is this pin the cause? 2) What are my options?

Hi. I have a similar problem, my intra-medullary nail in tibia is 10 years old but it never caused any pain. if your pain is of recent origin and theres no other explanation for it like recent trauma to your knee, then common sense suggests that it is your IM nail thats causing the pain. Removing it would be a good idea. Anyhow, IM nails are not supposedto be left indefinitely in the body, they invariably cause problems some years down the line, and the longer they stay inside the bone, the harder they are to remove. i suggest you get your nail removed ASAP. im getting mine removed in june. So.goodluck.
Do not exert yourself and take it easy till you consult an orthopedic surgeon.  (+ info)

Bone biopsy in my jaw?

biopsy result was : fibro osseous lesion suggestive of cemento-osseous dyplasia. The oral surgeon wants me to do total resection of this lesion.he is saying that even though the biopsy report from the lab says dyplasia, he thinks it looks more like ossifying fibroma when he took out a piece of the bone. Can anyone give some feedback on this. I don't wnat to do major surgery if i don't have to. The lesion is also small.

omg How did you find this? where in your jaw is it?

This is definitely time for a second and third opinion. You should seek guidance from an oncologist and a maxillo-facial surgeon, also. One factor is where in your jaw this is. I have dealt with both oral and maxillofacial surgeons because I had my face rebuilt after a car accident. Two rebuilds and full mouth reconstruction later, I can tell you, you should call a whole bunch of dentists and ask them if they had a cancer in their jaw who would they see?

"Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are the surgical specialists of the dental profession. Their surgical expertise and thorough understanding of both aesthetics and function uniquely qualify them to diagnose, treat and manage the conditions, defects, injuries, and the aesthetic aspects of the mouth, teeth, jaws and face."

Just a "simple infection" in a jaw bone could cause you to loose a chunk. These things can be under diagnosed and often lead to further trouble. Doing this right means taking out enough to definitely get all of the problem. I am glad it is small. I hope it really is small. Make sure. MAKING SURE it really is small is your first job and then figuring out what to do is your second job.

Parts of my face were rebuilt with a porous ceramic material that was mixed and fired for my face right in the surgical suite. Now my bone cells have penetrated the inserted 'bone' and built continuous bone.  (+ info)

bone disease?

Hello, I have been diagnosed with non ossifying fibroma the size is 2 x 0.8 cm How big is this..??? The outer margin of this lesion is somwhat loose and canot confirm that it is intact. What does this mean Thank's in advance for all of your anwsers..

its not abone disease ** ithere is alot of fiber and collagen are formed by the tumoer cells

Hmm did they take a histological sample and confermed the fibroma ? if so,, it would be begnin < and they would have to manage with it with surgical and radiological procedures

loose lesions is having non surcumscribed tumor (bad sign, but NOTnescceraly means malignancy)

if not tumors less than 2.5 cm considered small

wishing you good health  (+ info)

does calcium always build up around cancer in the bone?

my doctor told me that bone cancers can often be easily seen because around the tumor/lesion there is usually a calcium build up.

but do all peoples' body's react that way?

i got diagnosed with non ossifying fibroma, but i'm not sure i trust the doctor because that is not what he studies in. but i am also getting a second opinion from a doctor in a different state. i'm not too trusting because i have searched for days on the internet of MRIs/CTs of NOF that look similar to mine, but i haven't found any that do.

Yes, depending on what type of bone cancer it is, a tumor can be made up of any type of tissue. Wait for the second opinion and stop assuming the worst..  (+ info)

if taking calcium ,your bone will ossify sooner ?

the bone will be fused sooner ?

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can any one tell me that is there any treatment of neurofibroma.?

my uncle has Nero fibroma since childhood. if someone know any treatment of it by any line or method of treatment.

Here is a good website with some information about this disease.




Neurofibromatosis is a heridtary disorder, so if your uncle has it, you may want to to get your children checked for it. Sometimes the growths can be internal and cause kidney problems, learning disorders, or curvature of the spine.

There is really no treatment, unless the growth is affecting an organ or causing pain or disfigurement and then they may try to remove it sometimes. Here is a photo of a man with SEVERE neurofibromatosis growth of his face, which affected his ability to eat and function normally.
There are all variations and severity of this disease.
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