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Uterus is retroverted, bulky with hyper echoic lesions, no fibroid, ovaries normal. What is problem? Can be pregnant?

my wife had an ultra sound scan lower abdomen and these are the results:the uterus is retroverted,bulky with hyper echoic lessions within it....there is no evidence of fibroids,or any other abnormalities.Both ovaries are normal in size and appearance. There is no evidence of adnexal masses or cysts.No fluid is seen in the Pouch of Douglas.The urinary Bladder is normal.What could be the problem here....can we still be able to have a baby..please help
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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Thanks for your query.
Your USG finding are suggestive of Adenomyosis uterus-A benign conition of uterine myometrium.
You are not mentioned about your wife periods are they heavy or painful,or she overdue?
Same finding are present with pregnancy with retroverted uterus.
Should consult a gynae.
Take care.

Answered: Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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