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Had pelvic U/S, found folded uterus. Symptoms of pregnancy. Chances of affecting baby?

I ve just had a pelvic ultrasound done and found I have a folded uterus so we had to do a internal ultra sound and there was a lot of black spots n shadowing I have all the symtoms of being pregnant but ultra sound said I wasn t I m in a lot of pain in my pelvic area. Any idea what s wrong will this effect my chances of having a baby, pls help
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query,
Your ultrasound is somewhat suggestive of endometriosis. But ultrasound is usually not much helpful in its diagnosis . Laparoscopy is most helpful in diagnosis. Chronic pelvic pain and difficulty in conceiving is a common associated feature with endometriosis. In about 40-50 % ,women suffering from endometriosis , there occurs difficulty in conception.
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Answered: Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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