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There are few other intramural masses in tghe fundal and posterior walls with average size 2.3cm x 2.5cm. pls expalin this to me.

uterus: the uterus is bulky, anteverted with an A-P diameter of 7.1cm. uterine outlines is irregular and myometrial echotexture is heterous due to solid tissue masses. the majorly mass with hypoechoic texture is located intramurally within the anterior wall and demostrates significant subserous projection anteriorly. it measures 6.4cm x 7.2cm. there are few other intramural masses in tghe fundal and posterior walls with average size 2.3cm x 2.5cm. pls expalin this to me.
Asked On : Fri, 4 Mar 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
You are referring to USG of uterus .This is the report of sonography it means
There are multiple intramural fibroids on anterior wall of uterus.It also depicts that some have projection in subserous region of uterus anteriorly.

Uterine fibroid is the mass located in /attached with the uterus which is hard and causes uterus to be bulky .

We do have medical management for uterine fibroid .you can take Thuja 1m 1dose of 4 tabs and followed by calceria carb 30 4 tabs 3 times in day for 2-3 months.Repeat thuja 1m 1dose once in a month.
Report after 2 months,

dr jignesh
Answered: Fri, 4 Mar 2011
Homeopath Dr. Krupali Devkar's  Response
hello dear, u r suffering from multiple uterine fibroids, uterine fibroids are benign tumours, also known as myomas.They r known to cause polymenorrhoea, hypermenorrhoea, in short, menstrual disorders.pain is a secondary symptom.Surgery is the treatment.known as myomectomy.
You can also go for homoeopathic medicines.
Answered: Fri, 4 Mar 2011
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