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pedunculated Fibroids

My ultrasound scan has the following comment: tubular structure with mural calcification present in the right iliac fossa which may represent a calcified chronically obstructed fallopian tube or degenerate pedunculated fibroid. There is also a posterior intramural uterine fibroid. The ovaries were not visualised. No pelvic masses, cysts or free fluid noted. Please let me know if I will be able to have a second child. Does it mean to say my tubes are damaged. Please I desperately need your help.
Asked On : Fri, 19 Mar 2010
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The scan suggests some possibility that they may be damaged. But one side ovary and tube being normal is enough to get pregnant. Discuss the report in detail with your gynac.

Answered: Fri, 9 Apr 2010
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