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Endometrial Thickness On Ultrasound
The sonogram is a test that looks at body organs with no radiation. It uses sound waves and can give us a 2 dimensional view of organs such as the kidney, liver, heart, and lungs. It can define spaces that are either solid or full of fluid. I can also guide large needles into an organ or near the spine, and can help define the area being cut open. Its a ...Read more
I had postmenopausal bleeding after one year. In trans vaginal ultrasound, my endometrial thickness is 10 mm. Rest is clear. Is it normal?
Had an ultrasound. right ovary is 7.6cc and left 8.1cc. endometrial thickness is 2.8mm
what does this mean.
can this explain my pelvic pain?
Pelvic Pain: This can definitely explain why you are having pelvic pain. It's important that you f/u with a GYN for this as you may need an endometrial biopsy and or a laparoscopy. Try taking an anti inflammatory and using an ice pack until you get to see the Dr for the pelvic pain. Good luck and keep an eye on this, you are young and have not had children yet ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fm 49 trans-vaginal ultrasound dec 2012 gave endometrium thickness 9mm, on march 2013 it says endometrial thickness 14mm. Irregular periods from2month?
See an OB/GYN doctor: In general, gradual thickening of the lining of the uterus (the endometrium) is abnormal. Now, during our menstrual cycle, the lining thickens and sheds off with each period. Progressive thickening might mean abnormalities in the ovary hormones, so that you don't have a normal "shedding, " or possibly a disease that allows overgrowth -- like benign "hyperplasia, " or rarely, a cancer. Good luck! ...Read more
My first day of last menstruation is september 16, i had ultrasound on september 24 doctor noticed that endometrial thickness is 11.5 mm. It's ok?
Endometrium ok!: The endometrial stripe can measure up to 22 mm late in your cycle. 11.5 mm is well within range even early in your cycle. ...Read more
My ultrasound report's like this:uterus-av, ns.Endometrial thickness-5.2mm.(r)adnexa:(r)ovary-multiple follicle seen.Pouch of douglas-nad.Is it normal?
I am 46 near to menopause my ultrasound of pelvis says that uterus is a bit bulky and endometrial thickness is 0.9cm on 10th day what does that mean?
Depends...: If you are still having periods, a 9 mm endometrial thickness is in the normal range. However, if you are not yet menopausal, this is equivocal but your endometrium may thin out over time. The uterus being bulky is not really specific - i would ask your doctor what that means. Maybe your uterus is "more robust" looking than expected for your age but i'm not sure without seeing the whole report. ...Read more
Ultrasound came back endometrial stripe abnormally slightly thickened (endo hyperplesia possible) but i could possibly be preg Could this be why?
Could be . . or not: . . . the endometrial stripe, measured by ultrasound is a reflection of ESTROGEN'S effect on the lining of your uterus. At your young age, your endometrial thickness will increase and decrease in relation to how your own estrogen levels change. It is MOST useful as a way to evaluate POST-Menapausal vaginal bleeding-since the endometrial stripe should always be thin. ...Read more
Had transvag ultrasound. Says endometrial stripe is 3mm. Is this normal? Is this bad? I have no idea what this means or what the stripe should be
Need more info...: If you are menopausal, anything under 4 mm is considered normal. If you are having menstrual cycles, then the endometrial stripe varies depending on where you are on your cycle. Your endometrium builds throughout your cycle, then during your period 2/3 of it sloughs off. See your gynecologist for more information and diagnosis. ...Read more
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