Adnexal masses are tumors that occur in the uterine adnexa, including the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes. They have a number of possible causes, be it gynecological or gynecological.
An adnexal block could be:
A family doctor can often manage benign mass. However, premenopausal and postmenopausal individuals will need to see a gynecologist or a cancer doctor.
Malignant adnexal blocks require treatment from a specialist.
In this article, we discuss the characteristics of adnexal blocks. We also look at how doctors diagnose and treat adnexal for them.
People report different symptoms, depending on the cause of the adnexal block.
People with adnexal mass may report:
- Severe lower abdominal or pelvic pain is usually on one side
- Unusual bleeding from the uterus
- pain during intercourse
- pain worse for a while
- painful stage
- Abnormal heavy bleeding in time
- Abdominal symptoms, including feelings of fullness, bloating, constipation, difficulty eating, increased abdominal size, indigestion, nausea and vomiting
- urgency, frequency, or incontinence
- weight loss
- lack of energy
- vaginal translation
The different causes of adnexal blocks may have similar symptoms, so doctors often conduct further investigations to determine the exact cause.
Once the doctor has found the cause of the adnexal block, they can recommend treatment and management.
Adnexal blocks cover a range of conditions ranging from benign growth to …