|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by gouri.g - Apr 12th, 2012 1:10 pm.|
|i am having a large 6.8-3.9cm pedunculated fibroid over fundus of uterus.i am suffering from candidiasis for 1yr and slight pelvic pain is there.plz help me to get rid of this...|
re: large pedunculated fibroid by Dr M. K. Gupta - Apr 12th, 2012 11:23 pm
Dr M. K. Gupta
For candidiasis you have to take medical treatment of fluconazole course.
If symptoms are mild, your physician will often recommend a short span of antifungal medicine, usually for one to 72 hours.
If the symptoms tend to be more severe, the treatment course is going to be longer.
A number of treatments are available including taking tablets orally, inserting them to your vagina (pessaries) or utilizing a cream. Tablets and pessaries work equally well.
Your GP can prescribe these treatments and you can also buy them over the counter.
Tablet antifungal treatment methods are typically fluconazole (eg Canesten oral, Diflucan).
They can be quite effective, and one tablet taken once might be enough to cure an episode of thrush.
Occasionally they cause side-effects such as nausea and vomiting, diarrhoea or constipation and bloating.
Pregnant or breastfeeding women are not usually prescribed tablet antifungal treatments because of the theoretical chance they might affect the baby.
For your problem of fibroid we can perform robotic or laparoscopic myomectomy.
Myomectomy is a procedure in which uterine fibroids are surgically taken off the uterus. Uterine fibroids (also called myomas) affect 30% of women. While many fibroids do not need treatment, others can cause abnormal uterine bleeding, pressure, pain, or other symptoms. Removing the entire uterus, hysterectomy, is frequently completed to treat fibroids, but many women are searching for alternatives to hysterectomy when they want children or simply do not want to lose their uterus.
Unfortunately, many gynecologists are reluctant to recommend myomectomy. As with any procedure, there are both advantages and disadvantages to myomectomy. This site will provide information to help you make an informed decision.
In your case fibroid is pedunculated which is very easy to treat with laparoscopy and there is no fear of bleeding or hysterectomy.
re: large pedunculated fibroid by Marilyn - Feb 28th, 2013 8:47 am
|I think I may be pregnant. Possible conception date is 22 Feb. Waiting till next week before taking pregnancy test. I took one dose of oral treatment for vaginal thrush on 28 Feb... and realise I was NOT supposed to.
I read online this may affect the baby if I am pregnant. But in what ways? Please advise if I should do anything.
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