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Trying to conceive, abdominal pain. Ultrasound shows cyst, intramural fibroids. Treatment?

Hello, I am 32 yrs old I am getting married in a few weeks and my fiance and i were going to start trying for a baby immediately. Had to go to my Dr cause of abdominal pain and found out from the ultrasound that i had a 7cm cyst and numerous intramural fibroids , the largest being 3cm. what do I do now and when can we start trying?
Asked On : Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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What kind of cyst is this ?

Intramural fibroids ( in the wall of the uterus) do not need to be removed prior to IVF, as they do not affect embryo implantation.
You can read more about this at

Only submucous fibroids ( which are in the uterine cavity) need to be removed. These can be best removed with an
operative hysteroscopy ( .

We look forward to helping you to have a baby !

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Malpani Infertility Clinic, Jamuna Sagar, SBS Road, Colaba
Bombay 400 005. India
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Answered: Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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