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70 Possible Causes for Dysmenorrhea, Retroverted Uterus

  • Endometriosis

    An examination revealed a fixed retroverted uterus. A computed tomography scan showed focal bowel thickening.[] Dysmenorrhea was reported to be severe by 66.5% of the sample, dyspareunia by 41.8%, dyschezia by 32.4% and dysuria by 6.5%.[] A retroverted uterus has been found in 47 percent of patients with documented endometriosis, but in only 17 percent of women without endometriosis.[]

  • Menstruation

    Thus, combined PET-CT correctly differentiated physiologic FDG uptake in a retroverted uterus from recurrent rectal melanoma.[] To assess skin temperature response to menstruation at acupuncture points in primary dysmenorrhea (PD) patients and healthy volunteers so as to explore acupuncture point specificity[] Migraine has been associated with menorrhagia, dysmenorrhea, and endometriosis, the latter particularly in chronic migraine.[]

  • Membranous Dysmenorrhea

    Factors that may make the pain of primary dysmenorrhea even worse include a uterus that tilts backward (retroverted uterus) instead of forward; longer, heavier, or irregular[] Membranous dysmenorrhea is "a disease of theories" with various recommended medications.[] Other women have painful periods with a retroverted uterus (thanks to for this link) and in these cases painful periods tend to run in the family.[]

  • Retroverted Uterus

    Causes [ edit ] In most cases, a retroverted uterus is genetic and is perfectly normal; however, there are other factors that can cause the uterus to be retroverted. [1] Some[] […] symptoms do present, the two most commonly-occurring symptoms include: pain during sexual intercourse, particularly vaginal intercourse (dyspareunia) pain during menstruation (dysmenorrhea[] These findings suggested incarceration of the retroverted uterus.[]

  • Secondary Dysmenorrhea

    Another factor that can affect cramping is the backwards tilting of the uterus, called a retroverted uterus. Other causes of cramping include a lack of exercise.[] Three of the most commonly presenting women's health related conditions include primary dysmenorrhea, secondary dysmenorrhea, and dyspareunia.[] Other medical issues that can cause primary dysmenorrhea include a retroverted uterus (a uterus that tilts backward) and instances when the cervical canal is considerably[]

  • Pelvic Congestion Syndrome

    uterus Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Hormonal abnormalities As symptoms can also relate to other medical concerns, Dr.[] Manifestations may include pelvic pain, dyspareunia, dysuria, and dysmenorrhea as well as external varices and a number of psychosocial symptoms.[] Associated symptoms (dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia, urinary urgency, and lower limb symptoms) were also evaluated. Patients were followed up for 12 months.[]

  • Uterine Hypoplasia

    uterus Vagina Hematocolpos / Hydrocolpos Leukorrhea / Vaginal discharge Vaginitis Atrophic vaginitis Bacterial vaginosis Candidal vulvovaginitis Hydrocolpos Sexual dysfunction[] Dysmenorrhea, endometriosis – 7. Cervical incompetence 5. Uterine Anomalies Absence of Uterus Fusion anomalies 6.[] Gabor 3 doctors agreed: 12 12 Uterus retroverted, endometrium hyperechoic, right ovary posterolateral, left ovary lateral. What could this mean doc??? Dr.[]

  • Pelvic Adhesions

    […] or a retroverted uterus ? .[] These cells then create an acute inflammatory reaction during menses that can result in pain (dysmenorrhea) and/or local pelvic adhesions.[] PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA.[]

  • Kraurosis Vulvae

    uterus Vagina Hematocolpos / Hydrocolpos Leukorrhea / Vaginal discharge Vaginitis Atrophic vaginitis Bacterial vaginosis Candidal vulvovaginitis Hydrocolpos Sexual dysfunction[] […] syndrome Dysfunctional uterine bleeding Endometrial hyperplasia Endometrial polyp Endometriosis Endometritis menstruation flow Amenorrhoea Hypomenorrhea Oligomenorrhea pain Dysmenorrhea[] Parametritis Cervix Cervical dysplasia Cervical incompetence Cervical polyp Cervicitis Female infertility Cervical stenosis Nabothian cyst General Hematometra / Pyometra Retroverted[]

  • Ovarian Teratoma

    The vaginal examination revealed first degree cervical descent, a retroverted uterus and a left adnexal mass.[] However, at the age of 20 years, she presented with intermittent abdominal pain as well as dysmenorrhea that had persisted for several months.[] Case presentation A 20-year-old nulliparous woman presented to our gynecologic department because of intermittent abdominal pain and a 3-month history of dysmenorrhea.[]

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