A 41-year-old female asked:
If r adenxal fullness is noticed on pelvic exam but pelvic was normal us, what does that mean?
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Obstetrics and Gynecology 25 years experience
See below: Well adnexal fullness is subjective and that is a way of some obgyns who do honestly do not know how to do a correct pelvic exam. The term fullness is not used any more and those who do use it should tell there patients more. If your ultrasound is normal then you probably have nothing to worry about
53 viewsAnswered Aug 14, 2020
Last updated Aug 14, 2020
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