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1 fundal subserosal fibroid, large submucosal fibroid, nabothian cysts. Something to worry ?

one fundal subserosal fibroid measures 20x16x18mm identified. a larger submucosal fibroid measuring 23x23x28 mm is demostrated in the posterior body of the uterus . nabothian cysts are present is this something i have to worried about and i want to know sizes in centimeters,the doctor said they cant do nothing if i dont have too much bleeding or consecuense both i am so concern about this i dont want to go more worst
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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Thanks for the query,

Fibroids are small in size measuring 2,1.6,1.8cm and other 2.3,2.3,2.8cm.
If it not causing any harm in terms of menstrual abnormality, better to manage conservatively.

I recommend you to get a follow up scan after 2 months.
If the size is increasing or if symptoms are getting worse ,then only go for surgical treatment including myomectomy.

Hope i have answered your query,
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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