you are having essentially normal sonogram report
retroverted uterus signifies position of uterus only and not related to your periods and it does not cause any problem normally
endometrium is the lining of uterine cavity and undergoes cyclical changes and shedding...
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Retroverted uterus doesn't cause infertility. But sometimes associated endometriosis can reduce fertility. If you have no symptom of severe pain during menses/during intercourse (which rules out significant endometriosis), there is no need to worry for that. Also 5 months is a...
As the size of fibroid is quite large so in my opinion conservative treatment will not be able to cure this fibroid .
Consult a gynecologist and get hysterectomy ( surgical removal of fibroid ) as at this age group this is only possible treatment .
Retroverted uterus is seen in 10% of normal women population. But considering the fact that you had an anteverted uterus previously which later became retroverted following a surgical removal of ovarian cyst, I suspect possibility of adhesions in the right ovarian (adnexal) area leading to...
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A retroverted uterus is the name given to a uterus that is tilted backwards inside of the pelvis.
This condition affects more than 20% of women worldwide.
Generally associated with no health complications.
Bilateral polycystic ovaries(PCOM) have no problem if isnt...
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Pain killers are not known to cause a gain in weight. On the contrary if taken in excess they cause gastritis and weight loss. There may be other reasons for weight gain like hypothyroidism or other endocrine disorder and this can be...
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As the previous incident was long back its unlikely to cause any future problems. Kindly reply with few questions so that I can guide you further:
1)Along with pain do you have any associated symptoms like mass per vaginum or...
Retroverted uterus and endometrial thickness of 11 mm is not a threat that hinders pregnancy.
You are 30 years old, so plan for conception as early as possible since the ovarian reserve decreases as age advances.
The sonogram of your wife has shown a space occupying lesion or SOL, which means a mass located in the region of the right tube and the ovary extending into the pouch of Douglas or POD, situated behind the uterus. The doctor opined the mass to have evolved from the tubes and the ovaries...
I have been having severe leg pain for about 3 years now. My toes have been going numb since i gave birth to my twins 8 years ago. That's were it started but it was minor then. I have recently been experiencing cold feet all the time which seems to be poor circulation. I have a pain that goes down the back of my left leg, my knee burns and my feet go numb. Both legs hurt but the left is worse. I had an ablasion and left ovary removal in 2009 from which I had steri strips left inside and had to have removed in the office. (Yes I had a horrible experience) I was also told that I had a backward uterus a few years ago. I have had low back pain for several years as well. Could the uterus be causing the leg and back pain? Could I have a tilted pelvis that could be causing this pain or do you think I have something pinching on a nerve. I am having a CT SCAN done of the abdomen in a few days. Will this show the pelvis as well?? All I know is I am tired of being in constant pain..please give me any advise..thanks!!!
The pain could most probably be due to a condition called nerve impingement. In this condition blood vessles located around an area with either an abnormally positioned organ or tissue is present, or in a region which was previously operated. So a CT scan would be...