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What treatment should one take for bulky uterus with cysts ?

USG REPORT UTERUS : Retroverted, bulky in size (90x45x58 mm).Inhomogenous echotexture. No sizeable focal lesion seen. Endometrium echo is central (thickness 14mm) POD : Clear IMPRESSION - Retroverted, bulky uterus with inhomogenous echotexture. Increased residual urine volume - ? Cystitis . Treatment ?
Asked On : Wed, 14 Mar 2012
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According to the Ultrasound report there appears to be increased thickness of the uterus which is causing it to fall backwards instead of forwards inside your pelvis. Many conditions can cause this clinical picture. Non-homogenous texture could indicate possible adenomyosis where there is menstrual tissue insude the uterus causing pain and bleeding during menses time.

Cystitis is infection of the urinary bladder. This can occur due to decreased water intake, sphincter problems, ascending infections due to incontinence etc. You should consult your Gynecologist or Urologist to find the cause for this infection and give appropriate treatment. Antibiotics may be necessary to clear the infection.

Eat plenty of fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Drink plenty of water but not in evening time. Drink cranberry juice as it reduces urinary tract infection symptoms.

I hope I have answered your query.


Answered: Wed, 14 Mar 2012
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There are good medicines in ayurveda fo these kind of problems
Answered: Wed, 14 Mar 2012
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