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Is 16mm Endometrium Normal Thickness
What does it mean for the endometrium: Normal thickness but of somewhat heterogenous echo texture and with several echgenic foci with in?
Endometrial contents: This means that the sonogram detected something inside of the cavity but that they were unable to determine exactly what it was. This is typically followed up with an endometrial biopsy and some method to evaluate the cavity. The two most common approaches are a sonohystogram or a hysteroscopy ...Read more
I have a 1.2 CM endometrium thickness during my ultrasound 2 weeks after my menstration. Is it normal? I am 30 years old, married with 1 son (3 y.O)
I have a 1.2cm endometrium thickness during my ultrasound on 13th day of my cycle. Is it normal? I'm 29 yrs old and trying to get pregnant.
I have a 1.2 CM endometrium thickness during my ultrasound 4 days after my menstration. Is it normal? I am 33 years old, married with 1 daughter (5 yo
Yes: A 1.2 cm endometrium at your age and after a cycle is upper limits of normal but it is normal. More important is the reason for the ultrasound. If it was for abnormal bleeding and the only abnormality is the endometrium than more needs to be done to evaluate the problem. ...Read more
Age 25.Ovulation study reports says both ovary size normal, but polycystic, many follicles. Endometrium thickness 5 mm on 9th day of period, normal?
Lining thickness: Really depends on where you are in your cycle as the thickness varies throughout your cycle. Yes, 6.9mm can be normal. ...Read more
Uterus measures 3x4x6 cm in size Endometrium measures 2mm in thickness. Left ovary measures 2x2x2cm. Right ovary measures 3x2x2cm. Is this normal size?
My uterus measures 80*33*32 mm. Is this normal size? Am I pregnant? Endometrium thickness is 4mm, Can I be pregnant?
With endometrial thickness of 4mm, it is very unlikely there can be pregancy.
The endometrial thickness need to be at least 7 to 8 mm for implantation to occur.
Secondly once there is implementation, a fetal sac or fetal pole which is true sign of pregancy will develop.
Good luck. ...Read more
I'm 46 my pelvic sono states my uterus 7.9 cm and endometrium is 12.0mm thickness trace hypoechogenicity within fundal endometrium. Is this normal?
It depends: On other symptoms and factors. Your age and pregnancy and menstrual status are important, The size is at the upper limit of normal, the thickness is at or above the upper limit of normal. If you are in your late 30s or 40s and near menopause, my first suspicion would be trhat you have uterine fibroids which are causing some abnormal bleeding. But then I am guessing without much clinical info ...Read more
My ovaries and uterus are normal in size but my endometrium thickness is 8.7mm in uterus and also I have pcos. Is that harmful?
No: The normal endometrial thickness is 8mm to10 mm. Yours is within normal limits. ...Read more
Abnormal: Endometrial thickness of 7.9 cm is really abnormal. Need more clinical information to comment any further. ...Read more
No! Only consider if: Tumor or uncontrolled bleeding. Thickening is a result of ongoing estrogen stimulation, in preparation for pregnancy, implantation ; blood supply to support placenta. 17 mm is quite thick; a few courses of bc pills can suppress if judged appropriate. Best to seek out and work with someone worthy of your trust. Docs paid for d;c, poorly for better assistance, buyer beware, as always. ...Read more
It depends on where you are in your cycle. It does sound pretty thick, though. If you are having an
abnormal bleeding, you may need further evaluation. ...Read more
How much time it will take for endometrium to become thick nd normal naturally? Mine was 5mm on 12th day of my cycle.
I'm 32, just did tvu and showed 11mm thick endometrium. Day 13 of my cycle, average cycle last 27 days. Is this normal?
A little thick: Individual cases must be evaluated by a doctor. In general we expect the endometrial lining to be less than 5 mm in a post menopausal woman. Your obgyn can determine based on your unique history if an endometrial biopsy or other evaluation is warranted or not. ...Read more
Is it ok (normal) to have diagnosis of fragments of proliferative endometrium while on tamoxifen.
Yes: It's common to have this diagnosis while on tamoxifen. I'm sure your physician is monitoring your endometrial lining via biopsy or D&C to make sure that you aren't at increased risk of endometrial hyperplasia or pre-cancer of the endometrium. Proliferative endometrium describes the 'stage' of the endometrium when it was biopsied. Proliferative is first part of cycle, dominated by estrogen. ...Read more
No: That is too thick should be less than 10 mm please discuss with your gyn. ...Read more
Abnormal menstration and an endometrium of 4.8mm. 38 and had a child. Ablation recommended. Is this normal?
Complex ablation?: Endometrial ablation is recommended to those who have irregular and heavy bleeding and an endometrial biopsy rules out endometrial/uterine pre or actual cancers. Your question is complex as it depends upon whether you have completed your family or not, and if you prefer other definitive solutions like hysterectomy. Talk to your GYN MD and get a 2nd opinion after exploring all options. ...Read more
I have had a miscarriage and during the scan it showed the endometrium of 4mm. Is this normal? Or could it be a cause of the miscarriage?
Sent for ultrasound: normal uterus size, bladder, ovaries, no free fluid. Myometrium's homogenous, endometrium's hetereogeneous 16mm? What's it mean?
Normal: From what you say, this sounds like a normal study. Of course you didn't say why you had the study in the first place. That might change things. Best wishes ...Read more
Yes: In postmenopausal women an endometrial thickness less than 5 is normal. At your age of 29 an endometrial thickness is not particularly relevant. It will thicken as you go through the month and then thin out after the menstrual cycle. Unless you are going through ivf treatments or it is being measured for some other specific reason it is not clinically relevant. ...Read more
Is it normal to have a 5.0mm triple line endometrium 3 days after my period? What does triple line mean?
Endometrium lines: Yes you are describing a normal lining early in the cycle. The triple line refers to the normal ultrasound appearance of the 2 sides of the lining touching each other. One line is the back of one side of the lining, the other line where the 2 sides touch each other in the middle and the 3rd line the back of the other side of the uterus. 5mm is a perfectly normal thickness for early cycle. ...Read more
Just got my scan report Size 85x32x45 Endometrium:8mm Left ovary 33 x18x31 (volu=9.6ml) Right Ovary 20x13x13 (vol=1.8ml) Is this normal?
Yes, but...: These numbers are within normal limits for the uterus and ovaries, but you should still discuss with your doctor to see if there were any other findings and to discuss plan to help whatever symptoms you are having even if ultrasound is normal. ...Read more
Last month on Day 21 mentrual cycle endometrium was 6.6mm thick. Period was normal. THIS month day 20 of cycle endometrium 14 mm thick. Why increase?
Normsl: Why are you monitoring this so closely? The uterine wall may not shed completely. This will make the endometrium thicker for the next cycle ...Read more
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Dr last month I did pelvic scan. It shows endometrium 1.2cm. Weather it is normal. Please explain. It is gud r bad?
Endometrial thicknes: If you are ovulating and maybe the scan was done during mid- late cycle this finding is normal. If you are not menstruating regularly or not at all this findiing is not normal and needs to be evaluated further. If you are having irregular heavy menses you may need a sonohysterogram (ultrasound with saline infused in the uterus) to ascertain the prescence or abscence of polyp or myoma in the cavity. ...Read more
Transvaginal scan echopattern measuring 724x38x49mm, endometrium 11mm, LMP 1/12.Is this report normal my age is 31?
Yes: If you're not pregnant those sound like normal uterine measurements. ...Read more
Is it normal to have heavy menstrual bleeding after tcre? I had no significant bleeding afterwards. And does the endometrium grow back over time?
Usually: A TCRE procedure usually keaves behold a small area of endometrium to be able to regenerate over time, but after the periods should be much lighter for a long time, sometime for years Before it has grown back totally ...Read more
Have 28-29 days cycle. Follicle monitoring results: cd8 - follicle size 11mm, endometrium 4mm. Cd10 - follicle size 17mm, endometrium 6mm. Normal?
Most likely: Follicle size is a little large on cd10 and endometrium is a little thin. We don't normally monitor people on those days. What's more important is what cd12 ultrasound will look like. The endometrium should be 8mm or so and the follicle greater than 17 on that day and if so, you most likely are experiencing normal ovulation. Don't over troubleshoot - variation in cycles is common. Good luck. ...Read more
Period came one week late; it's been 5 days since I had an u/s, 11mm endometrium. Is it normal to have light, red spotting instead of a "normal" flow?
Delayed ovulation: This is usually caused by infrequent (not regular) ovulation. The longer you go between periods, the thicker the uterine lining builds. So when you finally do have your menses it can be heavy and long. The spotting you are having is probably not a real period. It sounds like the lining is slowly breaking down and leaking out. BCPs can keep your menses regular. You should check pregnancy test. ...Read more
Endometrium is enlarged an mildy heterogeneous, prior to this endometrium was normal in size and contour. Can my uterine polyp cause abnormal findings?
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Are these normal measurements? Uterus size 7.5 x 3.8 x 4.4cm - this seems really large? Endometrium 6mm. Please help
Not large: Perhaps the measurements seem large because you're not used to cm. Your uterus is normal. 7.5cm long means 3 inches long. That's not very long for a uterus. ...Read more
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