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241 Possible Causes for Uterine Tenderness

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  • Appendicitis

    […] or 3) uterine tenderness.[] On examination, there is yellow cervical discharge, no cervical motion tenderness, but uterine and left adnexal tenderness.[] […] things to consider in special populations in right lower quadrant : Pelvic Inflammatory Disease and Tubo-Ovarian Abscess in women Symptoms: vaginal discharge, adnexal or uterine[]

  • Abruptio Placentae

    Most women will have some uterine tenderness or back pain. And in close to a quarter of cases, an abruption will cause the woman to go into labor prematurely.[] Physical examination is the most common diagnostic procedure to identify uterine tenderness or rigidity.[] tenderness present Grade 2 : Fetal distress No evidence of maternal shock Vaginal bleeding may not be present Grade 3 : Maternal shock & fetal demise present Marked uterine[]

  • Puerperal Infection

    At the time of uterine tenderness (Day 2, postpartum), 4 of 5 patients had gram-stained lochial smears showing a predominance of gram-positive cocci.[] […] discharge after birth) and uterine tenderness.[] Note subinvolution of uterus, extreme uterine tenderness. Rationale: Allows early identification and treatment; promotes resolution of infection.[]

  • Puerperal Pelvic Cellulitis

    tenderness discharge - foul odor, profuse, bloody delayed uterine involution lab studies for endometritis CBC w differential metabolic panel urine and blood cultures (endometrial[] Since wide variations occur in the degree of uterine tenderness, the finding of uterine tenderness is not a precise guide to establish whether or not uterine infection is[] Note subinvolution of uterus, extreme uterine tenderness. Allows early identification and treatment; promotes resolution of infection.[]

  • Threatened Abortion

    Such infections are characterized by fever, chills, uterine tenderness and occasionally, peritonitis.[] Diffuse uterine tenderness, adnexal tenderness, or both may be present.[] On vaginal examination, the internal cervical os is closed and no cervical motion tenderness or tissue is found.[]

  • Acute Endometritis

    Symptoms are uterine tenderness, abdominal or pelvic pain, fever, malaise, and sometimes discharge. Diagnosis is clinical, rarely aided by culture.[] Sometimes, it is also accompanied with bloody stench, uterus slightly large than usual or even uterine tenderness.[] Uterine or renal angle pain and tenderness. The woman is generally unwell or seems unduly anxious/distressed.[]

  • Puerperium

    Abdominal examination: Loin tenderness Abdominal rigidity and tenderness. Uterine size, tenderness and abdominal masses related to the uterus.[] On abdominal examination, 50-70% of patients with ovarian vein thrombosis have a tender, palpable, ropelike mass extending cephalad beyond the uterine cornu.[] Bimanual examination for: Uterine size, consistency, tenderness, position and mobility. Cervix: closed or opened, contents felt through it or lacerations. Adnexae: mass.[]

  • Septic Abortion

    The examiner should note abdominal tenderness, guarding, and rebound, and whether tenderness is limited to the lower abdomen (pelvic peritonitis) or is present over the entire[] […] serious sepsis. 7 Illegal abortion by insertion of rigid foreign objects increases risk of perforation. 48 Intrauterine instillation of soaps poses a special hazard for uterine[]

  • Spontaneous Rupture of Membranes

    […] contractions, and without clinical signs of intraamniotic infection (fever, uterine tenderness, foul smelling amniotic fluid, or fetal tachycardia).[] Ascertain accuracy of gestation age exclude labour - presence of regular painful contractions Assess maternal condition: Temp / pulse / uterine tenderness/ Colour of liquor[] Specifically, women were not included if at the time of presentation they had: a fetal demise; chorioamnionitis, defined by temperature of 100.4 F, uterine tenderness or irritability[]

  • Retained Placental Fragment

    […] subinvolution, heavier than normal bleeding 1 pad an hour, uterine tenderness, If an LM, CPM suspects retained placenta fragments what is the appropriate action?[] tenderness Foul-smelling, profuse lochia Positive blood cultures or utracervical or itnrauterine bacterial cultures Term Definition Vaginal culture Antibiotics and/or excission[] Incident is higher after c-section Term Definition Fever (usually on 3rd or 4th day PP), chills Increased WBCs Increased pulse Anorexia, nausea Fatigue and lethargy pelvic pain uterine[]

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