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145 Possible Causes for Flank Pain, Uterine Prolapse

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Rates of infection are high in postmenopausal women because of bladder or uterine prolapse causing incomplete bladder emptying; loss of estrogen with attendant changes in[] With that being said, if you develop signs of a kidney infection, including flank pain, nausea, or vomiting, you need to see a doctor immediately.[] […] urine may look cloudy or darker in color or it may appear bloody A fever, flank pain, nausea or vomiting accompanying any of these symptoms could signal that the infection[]

  • Hydronephrosis

    Maternal hydronephrosis may cause flank pain during pregnancy. We aimed to investigate the association between maternal hydronephrosis and flank pain intensity.[] Gynecological examination confirmed third degree cystocele and uterine prolapse.[] prolapse —A condition in which a woman's uterus (womb) sags or slips out of its normal position Cystocele (fallen bladder) —A condition that occurs when the wall between[]

  • Nephroptosis

    I do have some trouble urinating but that is thought to be simply from my history of bladder and uterine prolapse from the EDS.[] A 22-year-old female was referred with right flank pain and recurrent urinary infections. Flank pain was persistent while standing and relieved upon supine position.[] Pain is typically relieved by lying down ( flank pain on standing that is relieved on lying down, the probable cause to pain is that movement of the kidney causes intermittent[]

  • Renal Papillary Necrosis

    […] of the vagina and cervix Rectal prolapse Rectal stricture Shoulder ulcers Splay leg Sunburn Thrombocytopaenic purpura Torsion of the stomach and the intestines Uterine Prolapse[] We describe a patient with bilateral RPN and EPN caused by Candida tropicalis, who suffered from recurrent hematuria, flank pain, acute fulminant renal failure, and obstruction[] Flank pain and dysuria were present in 11 patients (41%). As a rule oliguria was rare and progressive uremia was uncommon.[]

  • Ureteral Obstruction

    A 45-year-old male admitted to our clinic of symptoms with moderate left flank pain and intermittant macroscopic hematuria.[] The most common causes of ureteral obstruction include: Vascular disease Conditions of the female reproductive system, such as pregnancy, endometriosis and uterine prolapse[] Both patients had flank pain, elevated creatinine, and signs of complete obstruction on CT scan.[]

  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

    Acute diffuse or localized abdominal or flank pain is a common presentation of arterial or intestinal rupture.[] prolapse in children, men or nulliparous women without predisposing medical condition Marfanoid features: Dental crowding and high or narrow palate Mitral valve prolapse[] , uterine, rectal or bladder prolapse and (in particular) recurrent dislocations.[]

  • Ovarian Vein Syndrome

    The antiperistalsis was related to the patient intermittent right flank pain.[] Other conditions such as uterine fibroids, cancer, adenomyosis, endometriosis, and uterine prolapse can produce similar symptoms and have a much different treatment.[] The patient presented with a 12-month history of right flank pain and a right abdominal mass.[]

  • Surgical Procedure

    Uterine prolapse can also develop as a result of the stretching of the uterine ligaments. Ovarian cysts are also a common finding.[] A 14.5-year-old girl with Fraley's syndrome, which caused left flank pain and massive haematuria with anaemia underwent left renal surgery.[] Sacrohysteropexy —Used to treat uterine prolapse when a woman does not want a hysterectomy .[]

  • Urethrocele

    Painful sexual intercourse. Urinary tract infections. Flank pain. We have treated a great variety of pelvic organ prolapses including Urethrocele.[] Uterine prolapse. (accessed 8 April 2010). Mayo Clinic Staff. Uterine Prolapse Image. (accessed 5 May 2010). Mayo clinic staff. Uterine Prolapse.[] […] urethrocele without uterine prolapse Urethrocele, female ICD-10-CM N81.0 is grouped within Diagnostic Related Group(s) (MS-DRG v 36.0): 742 Uterine and adnexa procedures[]

  • Urinary Tract Obstruction

    Pain: Severe flank pain may result if obstruction develops relatively acutely.[] Five patients are described with hydronephrosis and hydroureter associated with advanced uterine prolapse.[] The presentation of UTO depends on the site, degree, and duration of obstruction and may be acute (flank pain , urinary retention , etc.) or chronic.[]

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