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Transvaginal sonography of pelvis, bilateral bulky overies, small intramural fibroid psterior wall, uterus appeared retroverted

HI I GOT MY TRANSVAGINAL SONOGRAPHY OF THE PELVIS DONE TODAY I GOT THE RESULT AS BILATERAL BULKY OVARIES AND SMALL INTRAMURAL FIBROID PSTERIOR WALL, REST ALL PELVIC FINDINGS NORMAL UTERUS APPEARED RETROVERTED ,RIGHT OVARY MEASURED 2.9X2.8X2.4 VOLUME 10.13CC AND LEFT OVARY MEASURED 2.5X2.4X2.2 VOLUME 6.86CC (NO PCOD ) CAN U BRIEF ME WHAT SHOULD I TAKE CARE OF AND IF THERE IS ANYTHING TO WORRY ABOUT
Asked On : Tue, 13 Mar 2012
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Bulky ovaries in the absence of any cystic growth is not a reason to worry. The small intramural fibroid in the posterior wall of your uterus is also not worth worrying about. For further information and to clear any apprehensions that you might have, it is best to consult a Gynecologist.
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