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Report said hypoechoic solid mass with homogenous echotexture. What is tumor condition?

my report says, There is a well define hypoechoic solid mass with homogenous echotexture measuring 28.6mm x 25.3 mm in diameter seen in the posterior wall of myometrium hanging downwards Doc said, I should have a baby as early as possible, or the tumor can grow bigger. but i really want to wait at least 8 months to conceive. can u tell me about my tumor condition? is it dangerous?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
Tumors of uterus are called fibroids.These are benign tumors and grow very slowly.You can concieve with fibroid inside your uterus and can complete pregnancy safely but sometime it can become a cause for infertality.You can get your fibroid removed before planning pregnancy, if it interfers with conception or after completing pregnancy.However sometime it causes bleeding during pregnancy leading to abortion and may also become a reason for postpartum haemorrhage.So there is nothing to worry you can take descision accoerding to your convenience..
Hope this answers your question.
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