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My ultrasound shows that I have intramural myoma and she said it will not be a problem in conceiving. Is that true?
What do you suggest if my ultrasound shows that I have intramural myoma and she said it will not be a problem in conceiving.?
Antero-fundal intramural myoma with subserous component measuring 5.9 x4.8 cm.what does it mean? do i have the chance to give birth?
Yes: The fibroid is located in the wall of the uterine musculature just under the outer uterine surface. It may not interfere with pregnancy implantation or cause miscarriage/premature delivery unless in grows very large during a pregnancy. If you are not pregnant now consider fibroid removal. ...Read more
Myometrium shows a small anterior body intramural myoma measuring 5.8 mm. Please explain that to me. That's y result of my endovaginal ultrasound?
Fibroid: A myoma is also called a fibroid tumor. They're very common, especially during the 30's and 40's. Usually they require no treatment unless they cause problems, such as abnormal bleeding. A small one like yours in the wall of the uterus (intramural) is unlikely to cause any problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was diagnosed a year ago of pcos and now i undergo tvs and resultng that I have intramural myoma? Is it related?Is it psible that i can bear a child
Unrelated: The pcos and the fibroid are unrelated. The pcos implies the brain and the ovaries are onto communicating well. It can take specialized medications to get you to ovulate but usually pregnancy is able to be achieved. The fibroid can cause problems with early pregnancy if the pregnancy were to implant over the fibroid. It might be wise to have the fibroid removed before attempting pregnancy. ...Read more
Small fibroid: An anteverted uterus tilts forward. This is the normal typical position, opposite of a retroverted uterus which tilts backward. A small intramural myoma is a small fibroid that sits in the muscle layer of the uterus. This type of fibroids is typically not problematic. Please check with your doctor. ...Read more
Yes: What effect a myoma has on your ability to get pregnant depends on several factors, among them: 1) The size of the myoma and 2) where the myoma is in the uterus. A large myoma in the uterus can make it more difficult to get pregnant But I have seen many women with myomas successfully carry pregnancies to full term and have healthy babies. ...Read more