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How Thick Is The Uterine Wall During Pregnancy
What exactly is a "uterine wall expansion" and when does that typically start happening in pregnancies?
Uterus in pregnancy: The uterus in pregnancy expands to accommodate the growing fetus. The uterus is made of smooth muscle, needed at the time of labor to contract and 'sweeze' the baby out. Much like a baloon expands because the amount of air increasing, so does the uterus (uterine walls) do the same. This begins in the first few weeks of pregnancy; within a month after conception, pelvic exam shows enlargement. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Ultrasound showed thickened uterine wall. Would your uterine wall thicken if it was an ectopic pregnancy?
I read that spotting means an egg is implanting in uterine wall. How far along in pregnancy can you be if you if you are having this spotting?
Have had many pregnancy loss all very early. seeking infertility care and just removed polyp from uterine wall. Do you think this will give me hope?
Hope: Only your obstetrician can answer that for you. I hope all goes well. ...Read more
Is it possible during sex to have your ovaries or uterine wall pierced to the point of full penetration?
Had a hysteroscopy myo that was 90% success. Dr said there are small remnants left in the uterine wall that will rid during my cycle. Do you agree?
May, or may not!: Depends also what your doctor means by "remnants on the uterine wall"? Is it only fragments of uterine lining or fragments of endometrial polyp-(s), or other maybe significant endouterine abnormalities!? You may need a close follow up by gyn exam. As well as transvaginal sonograms to monitor potential further growth! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I bled for 3 months straight and all the doctor said was that I have a thick uterine wall. Why is that and what can I change?
You can try the pill: If you are a non-smoker, have tested negative for factor v leiden, and mthfr genotypes (which can make your body more susceptible to clots), going on a low dose birth control pill can be a wonderful way to regulate your periods. When on the pill, your uterus does not make that lining. You can even skip periods altogether by taking pills straight through-skip placebos and go to next active pill. ...Read more
I was told my uterine wall is thick and I've also had heavy bleeding and cramps in terrified that it could be cancer. What other possibilities could it be?
Benign uterus: Cancers of the uterus are rare at your age. More likely you have muscle tumors (benign) or adenomyosis, an abnormal mingling of endometrial tissue and muscle that can cause cramping and heavy bleeding at times. The test (ultrasound) used to tell you the wall was thickened is a reasonable way to detect many gynecologic cancers. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hi, pelvic ultrasound showed a patch in the uterine wall approx. 8x16cm, 2,06 cm thick. Doctor's guess was hyperplasia. Could it be cancer?
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