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Are there any chances of pregnancy based on the report ?

The report says anteverted non gravid uterus was enlarged at 16 cm (l)* 8 cm (ap)* 12 cmW. a 7cm(l) *6cn(ap) myometrial leiomyomas noted at the right anterior uterus. I am 41 years and do not have children,. is a hyterectomy a likely outcome of sx? I am about 190 lbs. I have no other health concerns except occasional anemia ,and fibroglandular stroma
Asked On : Wed, 13 Apr 2011
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please talk to your gynecologist
as you are having no issue and want itconservative surgery to remove the fiboid only if possible must have been considered by your gynecologist
once the utrine problem is solved conyinuous treatment for infertilit to be continued till result is obtained
your partner should also be examined and tests done to take yreatment if required
Answered: Wed, 13 Apr 2011
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