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What does subserosal fibroid in a trans-vaginal scan during early pregnancy mean ?

hello doctor , Iam 30 years old, i have taken early pregnancy transvaginal scan, as per my report CRL = 2.9mms, GA = 5 weeks,6 days, fetal cardiac pulsations are noted FHR = 115/min regular. No adnexal mass/Cyst, Cul-de-sac is normal Cervical length = 3.3cms Internal Os is closed. A small subserosal fibroid 15 x 16 mms is seen in fundal wall. Please help me expaining what is subseosal fibroid, In my case is it harmful, what I have to do, Please suggest.
Asked On : Tue, 17 May 2011
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welcome to healthcare magic. congratulations on your pregnancy. the small sub serosal fibroid you have is nothing much to worry about. sometimes this sub serosal fibroid may cause a misscariage in which case it must be removed before the next pregnancy. do not worry now. just take adequate rest and hope everything goes off well because there no treatment you can do or should do for the fibroid now. good luck. many a times nothing happens and women sail through pregnancy smoothly.
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