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3 miscarri. Hysteroscopy &X-ray done. Dr said is unicormate uterus. Is this results enough to say wich type uterus I am and he said not abble to have bab?

3 miscarri. Hysteroscopy &X-ray done. Dr said is unicormate uterus. Is this results enough to say wich type uterus I am and he said not abble to have bab?

Check with doctor: Your doctor will have more information than we do and should be able to address the specifics of your case. In general a unicornuate uterus does not decrease ones fertility. ...Read more

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How does the arcuate uterus appear or what's its general characteristic on the xray?

How does the arcuate uterus appear or what's its general characteristic on the xray?

Heart shaped: An arcuate uterus is heart shaped. It is a variation of normal and is not usually associated with miscarriage or pregnancy complications such a preterm birth or breech presentation. ...Read more

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The X-ray of my uterus shows bulky cervix that contains two small nabothian cysts the largest measures 1.3cm in diam. Should I worry?

The X-ray of my uterus shows bulky cervix that contains two small nabothian cysts the largest measures 1.3cm in diam. Should I worry?

Nabothian: Cysts are normal findings of no significance. A description of a bulky cervix is uncommon but likely not important in the absence of cervical bleeding or an abnormal pap smear. ...Read more

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Would an HSG test see any abnormalities in thr uterus?

Would an HSG test see any abnormalities in thr uterus?

Yes: It's a very good imaging technique for seeing the shape of the uterus including the basic congenital anomalies such as bicornuate uterus or uterine septum. Fibroids and polyps may also be seen. ...Read more

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I want a check up to make sure I'm okk will they test to see if my uterus normal?

I want a check up to make sure I'm okk will they test to see if my uterus normal?

Depends: This depends on what you are checking up on. Is this about fertility, or something else? If fertility, and you see a fertility specialist, then most likely he will check your uterus. If seeing a general ob/gyn, it would depend. ...Read more

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Would an HSG test possibly also see a reason for lining in the uterus?

Lining is normal: It's normal to have a lining in the uterus. So not sure what you're asking. Is the lining too thick? If so, hsg can check for that but usually a better test would be sis. This is saline infusion sonogram. ...Read more

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Is there any way that you could check your own uterus to see if it is bigger due to pregnancy?

Is there any way that you could check your own uterus to see if it is bigger due to pregnancy?

Palpable > 12 weeks: Abdominally you can just feel the top of the uterus above the pubic bone @ 12 weeks gestational age. Your belly button is usually the 20 week or halfway mark & the midpoint between these two would be 16 weeks. After 20 weeks you can measure with a tape measure from pubic bone to the top of the uterus. Weeks = cm so @ 32 weeks, you should tape out to 32 cms. I hope that helps. ...Read more

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When can you see a sac in your uterus? How high does your hgc have to be?

When can you see a sac in your uterus? How high does your hgc have to be?

U/S~5wks; bHCG 1500+: The gestational sac (gs) is the first sign of early pregnancy on ultrasound and can sometimes be seen as early as 4 weeks gestation when performed transvaginally, depending on the uterus' position and the sonographer's skill. More commonly the yolk sac is first visualized around 5 weeks. A b-hcg level of 1500 is considered the minimal level when the gs can be seen by transvaginal ultrasound. ...Read more

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Her uterus has fell into her vagina could I see photos please?

Go to the Doctor: Please. Sign off of the internet and go to the doctor's office TODAY. A uterine prolapse is an urgent problem and needs medical attention. Today. In person. ...Read more

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How do I know if I have a perforated uterus? Can doctors see a perforated uterus in ultrasound

Best way..: To see perforated uterus is on CT. The finding may not be apparent on ultrasound.

I hope this helps.

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Would I be able to see and feel my bump shift if my baby has gone transverse at 17 weeks? I have a didelphic uterus.

Would I be able to see and feel my bump shift if my baby has gone transverse at 17 weeks? I have a didelphic uterus.

Maybe: At 17 weeks your baby is able to essentially move all over the place. He/she may be transverse one moment and then cephalic (head down) or breech the next even with your uterine anomaly your baby will move and change positions. You may or may not feel positions this early. ...Read more

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Does having recurrent misscarrages cause scar tissue in the uterus and can a scan see if you have scar tissue in your uterus?

Does having recurrent misscarrages cause scar tissue in the uterus and can a scan see if you have scar tissue in your uterus?

It may or may not: Uss can give u an idea but the best way to tell is hysteroscopy where a scope goes into the cervix and then into the endometrium to actually look. ...Read more

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I see doc. But want to know what causes a fluid filled sac in uterus? Is preg. The only reason that would occur or what else n yes was told it's there

Endometrial sac: If you were told its specifically a sac then its usually the gestational sac from pregnancy, though sometimes with a tubal pregnancy (ectopic pregnancy), you sometimes get a pseudosac (false pregnancy sac). Other than that fluid in the uterus may have a sac like appearance. Have your doctor do a couple quantitative pregnancy levels to see what is going on. ...Read more

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There is brown discharge coming from my uterus, should I be worried and go see a doctor?

There is brown discharge coming from my uterus, should I be worried and go see a doctor?

For sure.: Hello Anne,
You should always consult a physician when you need reassurance that all is well. Your brown discharge is important because it indicates the presence of blood. A small amount and a very show flow. What also should be brought to his/her attention is the time of the cycle, the character of the discharge, medications, sexual activity etc. This does not sound serious but check it out ...Read more

Uterus (Definition)

The uterus is a muscular organ in a woman's pelvis where the the fertilized egg attaches ...Read more