Well this is a fairly common problem that is encountered in the gyneacology and obstrectrics OPD's. The findings in the ultrasound
report point towards the presence of a non cancerous uterine muscle growth. Now the symptom's for which you got the scan are not mentioned never the less increased menstrual bleeding and intermittent bleeding are the commonest presentations. If the uterus
is very bulky then subjective feeling of heaviness and pressure symptoms may also appear. Surgical removal of the uterus may relieve you of the symptoms and the possible complications. But in asymptomatic individuals it can be left alone.
The increase in your endometrial thickness may have to be investigated depending on your age and symptoms.
This is an overview to the ultrasound report but the solution must be individualized so kindly discuss your queries in detail and the treatment options with you treating physician.