Uterus Pain Information Center
If your Pap smear was abnormal then it confirms the presence of abnormal cells in your cervix. It is better to go for further diagnosis to detect if you have cervical cancer.
“Cornu” means horn, the uterus has two horns, hence the name bicornuate uterus. It is characterized by heart-shaped uterus, with a wall inside and a partial split outside. Bicornuate uterus is the most congenital uterine anomaly seen due to non-fusion of mullerian ducts. This condition mainly affects the reproductive capability of women. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment, surgery, complications and diagnosis of Bicornuate uterus.
Cervix uteri or just cervix is the name of the lower part of the uterus which opens into the vagina and is a part of the female reproductive system. Inflammation of the cervix is known as inflammatory disease of cervix uteri or cervicitis. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment and risk factors of inflammatory disease of cervix uteri or cervicitis.
Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding is basically abnormal vaginal bleeding in the reproductive years of a woman. It is a difficult condition for the woman, mentally as well as socially and also financially. Know the types, causes, symptoms, treatment and diagnosis of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding.
Learn about the differences between Adenomyosis and Endometriosis based on their definition, location, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, how it affects the size of the uterus, and complications. Also know the similarities between Adenomyosis and Endometriosis.
Polyps can be defined as abnormal tissue growths, which look like small bumps. When there is development of these polyps in the cervix then it is termed as Cervical Polyps. Cervical Polyps are usually present either on the surface of the cervix or inside the cervical canal. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment and diagnosis of cervical polyps.
Intramural fibroids are one of the most common conditions which affect the uterine health of the woman. Being a benign tumor, intramural fibroids originate from the uterine layers. There may not be many visible symptoms of intramural fibroids, hence, it becomes hard to diagnose unless there are complications. Let us understand what intramural fibrosis is, its causes, symptoms, treatment and surgery.