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Pelvic congestion - that equals congestion of the veins, meaning sluggishness of the blood flow of the veins and hence this is a problem in the veins of the pelvic organs, which also is continuous on down to the veins of the bowel and towards the rectum which can result in Hemorrhoids
and so what I do for pelvic congestion - as sometimes I find this similar to Endometriosis - I will given an injection of Depo LUpron - either the one month version of 3.75mg or the 3 month version of 11.25 mg
But also since this has ONLY been going on since December - I would check an Ultrasound and also check the Dopplers - which would check the flow of the blood within the blood vessels of the pelvis
ok thank you i was just wondering why the gynea didn't mention the veins i am going back to the doctors tomorrow and will be asking him again, i also have noticed the veins on my leg a lot more visible and more spider veins have appeared.
Yes, - well ask for an Ultrasound - that can help
and also a GOOD rectal exam too would be helpful
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ok thank you i already had an ultra sound that was were the lady saw the veins, sorry i put scan was an ultra sound.
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