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Ultrasound revealed bulky uterus, enlargement of uterus. Have heavy bleeding and pain

Hi Doctor, am 50 old women , a bulky uterous revealed after a USG some 3 years back, recently last week again an ultra sound Scan reveals the slight enlargement of Uterous, heavy blood , pain during the period and my oresent problem is that a continues pain, swellings in the riht lower abdomen , pain spreading to right hip and right legs ... is it due to the adenomyosis of the bulky uterous or due to the trouble in the back bone
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Your problem needs to be addressed by a gynecologist in person. You would need a clinical evaluation and an assessment done. It is true that the adenomyosis can cause a bulky uterus and also heavy bleeding, but the radiating pain to the legs needs to be assessed separately. It may not be related. You need to see an orthopedic also because osteoporosis is a common phenomenon at this age and this can cause such pains and further treatment becomes necessary to prevent future discomfort. Persistent bleeding with pain may call for a hysterectomy. Please take a healthy diet and adequate rest. Wish you good health.
Answered: Sat, 28 Jun 2014
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