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How Large Is A Uterus
Sources suggest that uterus size is 7.5x4x2.5 yet others say 8x4x4cm as being normal. Why is there this large disparity? I was worried by my ap 4.4cm.
Not significant diff: The normal range is an estimate of where 75% of the population falls, so there is little difference between 4.25 and 4 cm. 4.4 cm is not a significant varrience from the normal range to get worried about. If you are concerned discuss it with your doctor. ...Read more
Normal size: The uterus is normal size.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes.: If you're sure you have a tumor and it's painful, you should get it removed especially before it can get malignant. There are ways to do this and keep your womb intact so you can have kids. So talk to your doctor and get it removed. Good luck! ...Read more
Are these normal measurements? Uterus size 7.5 x 3.8 x 4.4cm - this seems really large? Endometrium 6mm. Please help
Maybe: Fibroids often continue to grow until menopause. We used to think that only 1 in 1000's became cancerous, but we now think it is closer to one in 350. Fibroids can grow so large that they obstruct the flow from your kidneys or blood returning from your legs. Depending on size and your situation, fibroids may be removed through an open procedure or a roboticly . www.drschapirointhenews.com ...Read more
Yes, maybe: It may take up to 6 weeks for the uterus to return to its original size. As long as there is no bleeding or pain, it is normal for the uterus to be enlarged and firm. It is best to be examined by your OB to make sure the uterus is appropriate size for this stage of the post partum period. ...Read more
Endometrium is very crucial for the female reproductive cycle. In a post menopausal female with irregular bleeding with thickness of >5mm, an evaluation is required with endometrial biopsy orD &C.
In your case, 43 yo with about 3cm endometrial thickness which seems quit enlarged. Ensure that pregnancy test is done after which if negative, an endometrial biopsy or hysteroscopy/D&C need to be done ...Read more
How big is 6.76 by 6 CM fibroid.In the anterior wall of uterus?Will it incrase in size? How fast?
See below: The mass is about 2.5 inches in diameter. It is not possible to predict the behavior of a given fibroid. Please see this site for more info. http://women.webmd.com/uterine-fibroids/features/fibroid-tumors-what-every-woman-must-know. ...Read more
Found out I have a fibroid in my uterus in it is kinda large do u thnk they will be able to remove it?
Yes.: A fibroid is a non cancerous tumor of the uterus and is very common. It only needs to be removed if you have problems like heavy periods that do not improve with medical therapy or if you have symptoms of pressure or pain. A fibroid can always be removed regardless of the size. The size will only determine what incision is used to remove the fibroid. Hope this helps. ...Read more
What is the cause of recurring fluid in my uterus. Had a large fibroid removed 2 years ago could this have anything to do with it?
Wrong specialty: I am sorry, I specialize in the feet. I thing that a GYN would be a more appropriate doctor to ask ...Read more
Is it normal for my uterus to be slightly larger than before i had my last month period? And is it normal for it to be hard while lying down?
24wks pg. At last sono I noticed that from my the baby in uterus to my short, .4cm cervix was a large v-shaped void of nothing. Is this "funneling"?
Hard to say: An experienced perinatologist would always want to see images or to at least know the sonographer or sonologist who did the ultrasound study. Therefore, we cannot provide an answer for you here. However, if you are already considered high risk due to short cervix and/or history of preterm labor or birth, you are probably in the care of OB or mfm (maternal-fetal medicine) and could contact them. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a large fibroid that is moveable. I can move it from side to side and around. It is in the front top of uterus. Does the fact that it is moveable make it easier to remove?
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