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Normal findings...: If you've never been pregnant or its been awhile since you were, your uterus can be quite small. Ovaries are sometimes just hard to find. They are small and not in a fixed location so they hide behind bowel gas, stool, or other structures in the pelvis. Small ovaries are hardly ever diseased. Its the enlarged ovaries we tend to worry about and they are easier to see. Best wished! ...Read more
Patience too early: Important to recognize that your uterus may be small just because you have not been pregnant. Also a positive test or symptoms may not occur for at lease 14 days and sometimes if Iui is miss timed layer. Be positive and patient! Good luck! ...Read more
Probabaly: You need to see your doctor to find out why you do not have periods. You may require some assistance medically or surgically depending on what is interfering with your cycles, but most women with ovaries and a uterus will be able to conceive. ...Read more
Uterine malformation: When you say "small uterus" does this mean you were evaluated and told there was a problem with how your uterus was formed? Do you only have one horn or is the uterus absent? If your ovaries are functioning you are able to harvest eggs and have a biological child with a surrogate. Exploration and answers best received from a reproductive endocrinologist. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with streak ovaries and small uterus. Can you guide me, how can I get pregnant. In my reports I'm xy female?
Not in your future: Someone with streak ovaries does not make eggs, and if your genetic profile shows you to be xy, you have a condition that is incompatible with you getting pregnant.You can look into adoption or other methods of having kids, but there is no treatments that can change what you were born with. Sorry to have to give you such news. ...Read more
I was told after a scan that I have a small uterus 30mm x 27mm and my ovaries are enlarged 50mm x 47mm. I will like to do IVF is that possible for me?
No: A pregnant uterus is guaranteed to grow. ...Read more
Can a xy female with small uterus and no ovaries get pregnant by donated egg through ivf. What's the procedure? Please help
Maybe: The likelihood is probalby small, but depends on the cause of the dsd (disorder of sex development). T-fem usually doesn't have a functional uterus. If it is xy gonadal dysgenesis, maybe. You need an evaluation of the inside of the uterus (if there is a vagina and cervix to get there). If the uterine cavity is normal, substantial hormone treatment may allow ivf to work. Good luck. ...Read more
I have no periods because of small uterus size. It is only 3.5 c.M. Can I get pregnant after marriage. Preiods come with tablet femilon?
Testing: Your uterus isn't what controls your menstrual cycles. Your brain and ovarian function are what control how your menstrual cycles are regulated. A "small uterus" may be a result of low Estradiol levels. I would recommend you have testing done for both pituitary and ovarian function to help you assess future fertility. ...Read more
Please tell me the symtoms of blocked fallopines tubes. I have small uterus & Ovaries. Ovaries doesn't produce eggs and having periods with novelon?
I was told by my doctor that I have a small uterus (only 5 cm). My cycle is about 35 days and the periods usually last for 5-6 days. Can I get pregnan?
Yesterday I went to the gyno to get a.mirena or skyla. I was then told after an ultrasound that Ihave an very very small uterus that. Measures just a little more than an inch wide and anout an inch and a half long. For the past 4 monthes I have been on depo
Age: The size of the uterus changes with age and even thru the different stages of the menstrual cycle. Since you don't give your age, it is hard to say whether this is normal or not. The Depo may also have contributed to this. Most pathologic changes make the uterus larger rather than smaller. Discuss this with the person who ordered the ultrasound to know for sure whether this is a problem or not. ...Read more
A friend have small ovaries and small uterus but want to get pregnant. She done blood test but the results were ok and both tubes are open?
Sounds good: Wish her luck. Sounds like all her tests showed things are ok to get pregnant. ...Read more
Should I get a second opinion? Dr said no children. I'm 26 postmenopausal, small uterus, no period. I did have few when started on birth-control.
Second opinions: If you are uncomfortable or questioning the advice or recommendations from a physician, you are well within your right to seek a second opinion from a qualified physician who specializes in the field of your condition. In your case, an obstetrician who has expertise in infertility would be ideal. Best wishes. ...Read more
Ultrasound shows enlarged ovaries with multiple tiny follicles, small uterus with broad cervix. Trying for baby but could not. Please advise........
PCOS: You should be evaluated for polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Women with PCOS can have significant and very serious health problems, including not being able to conceive, as well as very significant increased risk of developing diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, depression and endometrial cancer. ...Read more
I am 25 years old. Ii have small uterus. After all checkup doctor suggests me to take femilon tablet. With this I have start periods. Can I get pregnant?
NOt. ...: Femilon is a oral contraceptive, during the use you will not get pregnant (contraceptives has 1% failure rate per year), an other issue your 'small uterus ', need more info, is it developmental anomaly, like infantile type of uterus then another problem to get pregnant, or just vague term just little small uterus? ...Read more
38 female diagnosed with small uterus when I was young. Had my period for a year when I was 10 or 11 years old then it stop. Until now I have no period but had active sex life. Is it possible for me to get pregnant?
Primary amenorrhea small uterus 4.6×2.6 CM tanner 3 breast period only after taking conjugate 1.5 mg twice a day. What is this defect? Want to conceiv
Very complicated: It sounds like you have hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism which has lead to primary amenorrhea. Fertility issues surrounding this are way beyond the scope of a 400 character answer. Please schedule a visit and discuss your rare situation with a reproductive endocrinologist. Breast and pubic development must occur first - slowly and carefully before dealing with fertility. ...Read more
Never started menstrual cycle, my age is 27 f. Pelvic scan shows small uterus. No breast devolopment. Vegainal passage consticted. Low amount of pubic hai?
See a doctor: It sounds as if you have already seen a doctor if you had a pelvic ultrasound. If you never had a menstrual cycle and you don't have breast development, there could be more serious congenital malformation. Most concerning would be increase risk for tumors and lack of estrogen to protect your bones. Definitely see a doctor, you may need a karyotype, test for problem with pituitary, and bone scan. ...Read more
P.Amenorrhea, ultrasound:small uterus & ovaries. Gyne didn't talk abt streak gonads? Small breast. Period after estrogen pill. Want to conceive. Help?
You need to see: A reproductive endocrinologist or an endocrinologist very soon for help. Primary amenorrhea is a specialist's area only, though if you had spontaneous periods for 2 years, this is definitely not primary amenorrhea. Make an appointment or get a referral; get the help you need. ...Read more
Yes: Unless you have a genetic problem like turner's mosaic, the size of the uerus isn't too important. If you have a uterine anomaly (like bicornuate, or septate) this may cause problems, but not typically with conceiving. If you are asking for yourself (and are 40 years old, as your profile indicates) then your age may be the biggest stumbling block to conceiving. ...Read more