Firstly, diagnosing a fibroid is not easy during pregnancy, owing to the myometrial thickening. You can have a trans-vaginal scan for a better view. Also, your radiologist
could be more specific when he reviews you after 2 days. Uterine fibroids are most common in women of reproductive age group but mostly they are asymptomatic. 10-30% of pregnant women with fibroids develop complications; spontaneous miscarriage
and bleeding in early trimester and abruption, placenta praevia
, preterm labor
and fetal anomalies in late pregnancy. Pain is the commonest symptom of a fibroid. A fibroid may grow during early pregnancy but regress during the last trimester. Please correlate your ultrasound
findings with your clinical examination and discuss with your doctor regarding further management. Wish you a safe delivery.