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Sonography showed bulky uterus with abnormal hypo-echoic lesions suggestive of fibroid, thick endometrial echo. Conclusion?

I am 41 years old , I did a sonography and got the following remarks in bold letter. Uterus is bulky in size & recveals and abnormal large hypeochoic mass lesion at the fundus(5.5 cms), causing contour deformity suggestive of a fibroid ,Small seedling fibroid(1.5 cms) is noted in the posterior wall. Endometrial echo is thin & central. I am already mother of 7 & 12 years of children.
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern, looking to the history given here and your age and think this is nothing to worry follow up study of ultrasonography would be advisable just to observe the size of fibroid if this goes on increasing then this need to taken into consideration, for the bulky uterus this is some what frequently seen in this age group the important thing is you clinical sign and symptoms, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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