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Pelvic ultrasound shows mildly enlarged uterus, fundal fibroids, right ovary with bilateral ovarian follicles. Meaning?

Hello, I had a pelvic ultrasound done due to some pelvic pain (Lower abdomen). The report says the uterus us mildly enlarged and has 2 fundal fibroids and 1 inferior fibroid. The largest is 5.5x4.9x5 cm. The endometrium is 0.7 cm. My right ovary measures larger than the let and I have small bilateral ovarian follicles. Can you help me to make sense of this please? I m trying to figure out if this is the cause of my pain. The CT I had done showed no other issues except a small kidney stone . I have heavy prolonged periods, bad menstrual cramps, and spotting in between periods.
Asked On : Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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Welcome to HCM.
The small kidney stone needs only yearly followup scans.
The fibroids look trouble some and one is quite big.
The symptoms look like related to the fibroids.
It is wise to take an opinion for your gynecologist.
The treatment depends on your family completion and so on.
Get well soon.

Answered: Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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