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Had ultrasound. Contains leiomyomoas. What is the meaning? How do I know I'm okay?

I JUST HAD A ULTRA SOUND AND A TRANS ULTRA SOUND.. MY RESULTS WHERE BORDERLINE ENLARGED AND CONTAINS AT LEAST 3 LEIOMYOMAS THE ANTERIOR INTRAMURAL FUNDAL 2CM EXOPHYTIC 4CM INTRAMURAL AND SUBEROSAL/EXOPHYTIC POSTERIOR WALL 4CM. UTERUS MEASURING 10 X 4 X 5CM WITH ENDOMETRIAL STRIPE 4MM RIGHT OVARY 2X1X1CM AND LEFT 3 X 3 X 2CM.. NO ADNEXAL MASS OR FREE FLUIDS CAN ANYONE TELL ME A SHORT ANSWER OF WHAT THIS MEANS AND IS THIS OKAY???
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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Hi,
It seems to be u s g report of uterus and ovaries .
the report says that few fibromas detected in your uterus .these are benign slow growing tumors ,may give rise to excess bleeding in periods and irregular periods ..
ovaries are normal and pathology detected in tubo ovarian region .
other things are all right except the leiomas .
please discuss with your doctor regarding the management of the condition that will vary depending on your age ,fertility and complains .
Answered: Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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