.I have well developed ovaries and hypoplasticuterus size3.3x1.2x1.7 cms . I don t have vaginaand did my ... what is my situation. you please tell me do I have treatment for this problem and what I want to do ...
uterus is anteveted in size, measures 128x53x61mm. evidence of three hypoechoic lesions measures 12 ... in thickness . evidence of free fluid in POD. HEVY BLEEDING CONTIUING FOR 10 DAYS. PLEASE SUGGEST THE TREATMENT ...
I started having pains that would last a few seconds from my uterus to my anus. It went on for about a week and then I had sex thinking that maybe it would help and it did but then my cliteris became ...
Hi doctor my wife aged 39 years,weight 64kg she is suffering from uterus dislocation since one month.Kindly advice me the treatment of dislocated uterus.Kidni, size of uterus ,lever is normal shown ...
life, she again feeling pain in her uterus. can you please assist me how to get treatment under your ...Dear Doctor , My wife undergone for uterus operation last year and then she felt acute pain which ...
Bulky uterus with thick and coarse myometrium. endometrium thickness 14mm
Please be more specific about your query. If you wish to know if the findings are normal, I would say it depends on the state of the uterus and the phase of the menstrual cycle and the contraceptive and hormonal status. A thick endometrium obviously indicates excessive hormonal activity be it due to the hormonal imbalance or early pregnancy. Appropriate investigation and treatment are needed.
My question is for an OBGYN. My ultra sound report states "1. Bulky uterus with subserous fibromyoma, 2. Mild polycystic changes in both ovaries".can i conceive
Of course, you can conceive. Polycystic ovarian disease responds very well to treatment and a subserous myoma usually does not hamper pregnancy and may be treated sufficiently prior to conception itself. Please contact a specialist in high risk pregnancies to get further evaluation and treatment. The PCOD can be treated with medications, weight management, exercise, stress control and diet.
I have alot of fibrods that has contributed to me having alot of heavy bleeding and tremendous cramps. What should i do.? doctor suggest uterus out do not want
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Fibroids are usually asymptomatic.
When symptomatic, they need to be removed however, if you do not want it to be removed, you can go for non-surgical modes of treatment like embolization.
Consult your gynecologist for further details.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
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