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8 Possible Causes for Inert Uterus

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  • Polyps

    Some inert gas or saline is inserted into the uterus via the hysteroscope to expand it and clear away any blood or mucous that may be present and to enhance visualization.[]

  • Uterine Prolapse

    Sometimes it is necessary to address the conditions of the inert (non-contracting) uterus by providing the alpaca with some calcium in addition to oxytocin.[] Common Factors An alpaca that keeps straining with its muscles after birthing creates the conditions for a prolapse, especially if the uterus isn’t contracting properly.[]

  • Cesarean Section

    LSCS CLASSICAL Apposition More perfect Difficult to appose as thicker musculature Healing Part of uterus remains inert Part contracts/retracts Stretching effect Along the[]

  • Abnormal Uterine Contraction

    […] particles from the vagina, through the uterus into the oviduct and also into the peritoneal cavity [ 15 ].[] Other contractions that started simultaneously at different sites vanished before they had reached the fundal part of the uterus [ 16 ].[] Hysterosalpingoscintigraphy revealed that in the early and mid-follicular phases, women with endometriosis displayed hyperperistalsis that resulted in a dramatic increase transportation of inert[]

  • Cervical Laceration

    Inside the uterus, it acted as a contraceptive device preventing further pregnancy. As it was an inert material it didn’t create any symptoms in the patient.[]

  • Congenital Absence of the Penis

    Urinary tract: absent, horseshoe, ectopic, hypoplastic, rotated kidney; hydronephrosis, megaureter, ectopic ureter, vesicoureteric reflux, inert bladder.[] Genital tract: undescended, small, or absent testis, hypospadias, cyst of hydatid of Morgagni; vaginal atresia, interruption of the Fallopian tube, bicornuate uterus.[]

  • Intrauterine Device

    The foreign body reaction induced by copper and inert IUDs is hostile to sperm and possibly eggs in the upper genital tract.[] […] prevention of implantation of fertilized eggs.16 The existing evidence does not support the theory that the mechanism of action of IUDs includes the destruction of embryos in the uterus[]

  • Vaginal Pessary

    Modern pessaries are composed of inert substances that require minimal care, regular removal, and inspection of vaginal epithelium.[] Clinicians choose the type of pessary based on severity of prolapse, presence or absence of a uterus, sexual activity, and concomitant stress urinary incontinence.[]

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