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Dark Spots On Uterus Ultrasound
I am 82 years old started to spot. Dr sent me for sonogram,teld me my uterus lining is too thick and I need a biopsy. what could be wrong?
Vaginal bleeding: Bleeding at your age can be caused by many things from cervicitis, endometritis, to more serious conditions like abnormal growths of the uterine or cervical cells. Get the evaluation done by the Dr. as you are and the diagnosis should be forthcoming so any appropriate treatment an take place, Best wishes to you. ...Read more
An ultraound, also known as a sonogram, is a painless and relatively inexpensive imaging test that utilizes sound waves instead of ionizing radiation. There are no side effects. Ultrasound can give us two-dimensional, and in some applications three-dimensional, images of structures and organs in virtually any part of the body. In addition to diagnostic uses, such as evaluating abnormalities in the abdomen, pelvis, and breast, ultrasounds are commonly used to guide needle and catheter placement in a variety of surgical ...Read more
My ultra sound revealed 3 small fibroids and no thickening of uterus. I am 55 and in early menopause and still spot. How often should I have ultsound?
1-2x/year, or as nee: Depending on where the fibroids are (if not involving the inside lining/endometrium) - they probably aren't causing the spotting, the thin lining is very reassuring that u don't have endometrial cancer. If you continue to have spotting, then periodic (annual or 2x/yr) sono's may be helpful. If it bothers u (spotting) then u could look into tx's (an ablation, or other procedure). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a dark spot in my vagina, pain in my left uterus area & blood in my urine was found without infection. What may this be caused by?
When to start trying to get preg. again after d&c abortion? I had the abortion 10 days ago, ultrasound showed that my uterus is OK
ASK YOUR DR: Usually best to wait a few months, but just ask your DR for opinion. ...Read more
A pelvic ultrasound: Done with the vaginal and abdominal probe. ...Read more
I got an ultrasound today and they told me my ovary is overlapping my uterus. What does this mean?
Nonmedical terms: "An ovary overlapping the uterus" is a descriptive nonmedical terminology of very unclear and uncertain meaning; if you have no pain and your ultrasound exam was otherwise normal, there is no cause for alarm.. Your right and left ovaries are very mobile internal organs which may be found in different locations around your uterus within your pelvis at different times. ...Read more
Can you please explain what happens to the uterus dduring ovulation, and what would it look like in an ultrasound?
In my ultrasound of uterus dr diagnosed dystrophic classification of uterus please tel me what is this and medicens?
Prob. calcification: I don't know of a dystrophic classification. It is probably dystrophic calcification. Sometimes benign uterine tumors called fibroids or leiomyomas grow and then wither. If they wither they may calcify. These are usually benign, but check with your doctor. ...Read more
Ultrasound scan of uterus a small amount of fluid was seen within the uterus but wasn't inside of uterine cavity it outlined the cavity. Problem?
Scan showed a large mass high in uterus. Went for two ultrasounds 2 months apart and it's not visible. How can this happen? Can a mass disappear?
Ultrasound: An actual mass would not disappear. Either the first radiologist interpreted something as a mass that was not really a uterine mass. Or the second radiologist did not see the mass. Maybe the two radiologists can look at their readings together and give you an explanation. ...Read more
I had an ultrasound at about 5 weeks. They saw a very small sac but said there was a lot of free fluid in my uterus maybe septate. What does it mean?
Waterbag: Early in pregnancy the walls of the waterbag are not as closely attached to the wall of the womb as they are lateron. On ultrasound the shadow of part of the waterbed is seen with fluid between the waterbed and the wall of the womb, creating an image of septation. This issue vanishes as pregnancy progresses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Told I have a bicornuate uterus at my 11w2d ultrasound, but dr didn't want to discuss until my 18w u/s. Should I decrease my 50min 5x/wk lap swims?
Shadowing: Is an ultrasound term often seen behind calcification and some solid masses as a result of sound wave reflection. I don't know if this is what you are referring too. If used in some other context the term doesn't convey useful information. ...Read more
Normal: It is normal size If you have already been pregnant in the past the uterus might be slightly larger and still normal. ...Read more
That is: not necessarily abnormal. The gestational sac sometimes shows up on ultrasound at 4 weeks, but may not appear until near the end of week 5. ...Read more