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Normal Perimenopause Stripe
Depends on your age: And who does your us , i try to do as many gyn us in my office as possible in coral springs, if you are premenopasal it should be less than 10 mm, any more than this or even close to this , then it needs to be sampled which I do in office hysteroscopy with biopsy as sometimes what looks like thick tissue on us can be a polyp or fibroid, if post menopausal it should be 4 mm or less. ...Read more
4 months delayed my ultrasound result is normal uterus with late proliferative endormetrium polycystic changes,both ovaries?
Lining.: 1 cm is normal in a menstruating women - i.e. Not menopausal. ...Read more
OBGYN says blood hormone levels normal only elevated estrogen, not perimenopausal. Isn't estrogen dominance a sign of progesterone drop=perimenopause?
NOT: with one random test!! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
7-12cm long: This is variable depending on age and time of month as well as structural differences like anteversion, as you point out. The number above is general. If you had a sonogram, check the report. Also check out this webpage for general information: http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/uterus. ...Read more
Dominant follicle present in ovary, considered menopaused? Jan-may no period, but period in jun very light flow. Scan endometrium11mm, normal range?
Hyperplasia?: 11mm would be unusually thick for a post menopausal endometrium. That, coupled with some bleeding after 5 months of amenorrhea could suggest endometrial hyperplasia. Your gyn might consider an endometrial biopsy if these findings are persistent. Are you taking any sort of estrogen containing medications or creams? Exogenous hormones could also produce similar effects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal sized anteverted uterus with thickened endometrium ovarian cysts, bilateral normal sonogram of the cervix?
Question?: This sounds like the impression from a pelvic sonogram. Let me organize it for youl 1. Anteverted uterus with thickened endometrium (usually not important but depends on age, mentrual cycle and degree of thinking. 2. Bilateral ovarian cysts - not uncommon, need to know sizes and number of cysts. 3. Normal cervix. I hope this helps. ...Read more
Periovulatory endometrium with probable polyps. Endometrium 1.37cm. Normal ovaries with corpus luteum left. Lmp dec. 22, 2013?
Question: Did you have a question to ask? If you are concerned about polyps your doctor can do a test called a sonohystogram to determine the size and location. There is a simple procedure called myosure for removal. ...Read more
Hard to tell: At 4 weeks of pregnancy the stripe should be thickened but usually don't measure since not really prognositic of how pregnancy is going. If concerned would rather check serial blood pregnancy hormone levels. Also serial sonos would help even more. If based on your age concerned about Progesterone production can check levels or supplement if felt to be a concern. Good luck. ...Read more
43 yr old. Abnormal bleeding and cramping. Perimenopausal. Ultrasound shows endometrial stripe as slightly heterogeneous with a 8.7mm iin A thicknes?
My uterus is anteverted, normal in size(8.9x3.4x5.0cm) normal outline and heterogeneous myometrial echopattern. Endometrium is in midline &0.5cm .
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What are the symptoms of estrogen dominance/low progesterone? I am 44 possibly perimenopause. Spotting btw periods/clotty periods. Tsh & pap normal.
See below: In women struggling through peri-menopausal transition, cycles where you do not ovulate are common. This is similar to being stuck in the first half of your cycle where estrogen is the dominant hormone. This can be balanced by either taking birth control pills, or using Progesterone (provera (medroxyprogesterone) for example) during the latter half of each cycle. Talk to your doctor. ...Read more
Age 45. Bleeding for 36 days. Provera, (medroxyprogesterone) BCP still bleeding. R ovarian cyst. .9cm endometrial stripe. What does this mean? TSH WNL. cramps, fatigue,
Aub: Could mean different things. Endometrial polyps, fibroids inside your uterus, hormonal imbalance, taking bcp and provera (medroxyprogesterone) at the same time, perimenopause, ovarian cyst producing hormones. I would check your female , adrenal and pituitary hormones to see if there is an imbalance if normal I would check the lining of your uterus. ...Read more
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