What you have mentioned is called Fibroid
of the uterus
.Fibroids are benign muscular outgrowths seen in reproductive age women.These are of 3 types-1)Intramural-located deep in the wall of the uterus 2)subserosal-on the outside & 3)submucosal-towards inside of the uterus. The only type that is supposed to have a large impact on reproductive function (unless they are large or numerous) is the submucous type that pushes in to the uterine cavity
. Because of their location inside the uterine cavity, submucous fibroids can cause fertility
problems and miscarriages.
Let me know what your ultrasound