Blood Comes Out A Lot Like Menstruation And There Is A Lump In The Lower Right Abdomen?
One of my family has bleeding like menses that has not stopped “until now about 3 months. And when you press the lower abdomen there is a lump like a ball in the lower right abdomen. But the lump can move. During sex he also feels a sense pain, and spit out blood, is this a symptom of cancer or is it cancer and can cancer be detected by ultrasound?
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We understand the concerns that you feel
But beforehand we apologize for not being able to conclude directly whether the symptoms experienced by your brother are cancer or not without direct examination and evaluation.
Bleeding such as menstruation that does not stop for more than 3 months can be suspected of reproductive hormone abnormalities or other abnormalities in the reproductive organs such as endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, fibroids, disorders of the ovaries / ovaries to cancer or tumors that are benign or malignant.
While the palpable lump in the lower right abdomen must be evaluated by direct examination to determine the characteristics of the lump. A direct physical examination performed by a doctor can help to enforce the disease.
Blood tests, x-rays, ultrasound of the abdomen to CT scans can help assess abnormalities in the reproductive organs and surrounding areas. Ultrasound can indeed see a lump picture, but can not be specific to conclude that the lump picture is a tumor or not a tumor
Internal inspection with Inspekulo (inserting a special instrument through the vagina to assess the condition of the cervix) can also help to determine the condition of the cervix.
You need to know that the terms Cancer, cancer and tumors are the same terms that refer to abnormal cell growth. To find out the disease, a series of examinations is needed in order to get a more specific type of disease.
Regarding your sibling's complaints, we recommend that you conduct an examination for your sibling to a gynecologist so that further examinations and evaluations can be carried out. The doctor will do a more specific examination and give consideration of the right therapy for your brother in accordance with the conditions experienced.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps