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Have enlarged uterus and excessive blood loss during periods. What treatment should be done?

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enlarged uterus with diffuse coarsened myometrial echotexture-no sizable focal lesion noted-no distinct endometrial and myometrial echos noted-possible ill defined/ adenomyosis-needs correlation with HPE. i have not childern yet.. please help.....
Posted Wed, 10 Oct 2012 in Women's Health
Answered by Dr. Minoo Bhagia 1 hour later

Welcome and thanks for writing to us

Adenomyosis uterus is usually a bulky uterus and there is history of menorrhagia or excessive blood loss during menses.

There can be an associated endometriosis of ovaries which is called chocolate cyst of ovaries or there can be adhesions in the pelvic cavity causing tubal blockage and TO mass.

I would like to know your age and menstrual history and any history of dysmenorrhoea or painful menstruation.

Adenomyosis can be treated with danazol and GnRh agonists but should be strictly taken under doctor's guidance and supervision.

Diagnostic laparoscopy is helpful to see the condition of ovaries and spill of XXXXXXX is seen by doing a procedure called chromopertubation.

With proper diagnosis and treatment sterility can be treated,

Best wishes

Any other query is most welcome

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