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Ultrasound done, normal sized retroverted uterus, intact endometrium with secretary pattern, normal ovaries with corpus leteum

Hi jovy, for almost 8yrs married i dont have child so i decided to go on doc . For check an ob-gyne, she advise to go an transvaganal ultrasound , the result is normal sized retroverted uterus , intact endometrium with secretary pattern and normal ovaries with corpus leteum on the right. I want to know the explanation of this result. Tnx in advance
Asked On : Fri, 4 May 2012
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Hi jovy, your ultrasound of uterus and ovaries seem to be normal but if you are getting acheckup done for infertility then you have to be very methodical about it and just an USG is not informative enough. You and your partner need to go for a checkups together to find out the cause. As there can be number of known and equal number of unexplained causes of infertility do not get investigations done haphazardly. This report says that your reproductive organs are ok anatomically. you and your partner need to be investigated further.
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