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Trying to get pregnant. Pelvic scan showing anteverted uterus, normal endometrial thickness, no focal uterine lesion seen. What do these mean?

please have being trying to get pregnant, i have done pelvic scan which the result was The uterus is anteverted and a normal size,The uterine echopattern is homogeneous The endometrical plate is normal in thickness No focal uterine lesion is seen The pouch of Douglas, right and the left adnexae are normal The urinary is normal pls wat is cure for me not conceiving.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
Your pelvic scan is essentially normal.
However, there are various other factors for conception.
Firstly, please consult an Infertility specialist.
Get your husband's semen analysis done.
check your basic hormonal profile, and go through a follicular monitoring cycle to check whether ovulation is on track.
Also, take regular folic acid supplements and maintain a healthy BMI.
If all other factors are normal, consider having an HSG or laparoscopy done to assess tubal function.
Take care.
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