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Uterus Height Chart
Size doesn't tell: Measurements of the uterus doesn't help to know. Fibroids are lumps (tumors) that can be individually identified. ...Read more
I had a ultrasound done and my uterus measured 8.38cm length, 4.22 height, 6.16 width is that normal?
Yes: Average size is 8×6×4 cm (about the size of a fist). ...Read more
My age is 30yrs and my height is 150cms & my weight is 60kgs and my uterus size is small. Can I able to conceive or not?
I don't see: Why not you may need an eval by a endocrinologist if you have menstrual irregularities but size is no contraindication ...Read more
MY uTerus iS 70×41×42 mm.... IS tHat nOrmal fOr a 21years...I weigh abt 140lbs. And height 5'3. will I be able to bring a child for 9 months with this size womb? I just got married
At 10 weeks I measured 14 weeks in fundal height. My bladder was full at the time, how much would that affect how big my uterus measured?
I am 14 weeks pregnant. I measured my fundal height, and I could feel my uterus up to my bellybutton. What could this mean?
Fundal height? I'm measuring right 18 cms at 18 weeks but I don't understand why the top of my uterus is 2cms above belly button. By charts that's 24week
Not accurate.: Fundal height assessment is "poor man's" ultrasound to assess fetal growth. It is notoriously inaccurate and depends on maternal weight for height, fibroids, amniotic fluid volume, lordosis of the maternal spine and experience of the examining prenatal care provider. I would not read too much into it and rather rely on the ultrasound measurements at any time. ...Read more
Can I get pregnant with pcos I m 23 yrs old I m at ttc for 8 months I m 156cms height and 49 kgs my ultrasound report uterus is anteverted and measures 7 2x3 1cms nabothian cyst of 1 3cms is seen in cervical region endometrium measures 3mm right ovary mea
Probably: The majority of women with pcos are able to conceive, although many of them do require some form of treatment for the pcos in able to conceive. Treatments range from medical management to surgical management. You need to see your doctor for a complete discussion of treatment options. ...Read more
No: Definitely not. Just this year there have been a small number (less than 10) of experimental surgeries transplanting a uterus that seem to have "worked" - the transplant is not yet rejected. It's still way too early to know whether pregnancy would be possible, and it's definitely 100% experiment at this point. ...Read more
Retroverted: A tipped uterus is called retroverted, meaning that it is tilted toward your back. Most people are anteverted, with a uterus tilting forward. It does not medically matter which way your uterus is tilted. ...Read more
It means fibroids: Fibroids are non-cancerous growths of the muscular layer of the uterus. They are hormonally driven and can grow in size and cause problems for many women. They can cause pelvic pain, urinary symptoms, and constipation if a large enough size. They can also cause abnormal bleeding and heavy periods. They can also be found incidentally and cause no symptoms or problems. ...Read more
Lining of uterus: When the lining of your uterus is thick it means that either you are in the last phase of your menstrual cycle or also it can be due to pregnancy. However, medical conditions of the uterus can also resemble a thick endometrium, like endometrial hyperplasia (pre -malginancy) endometrial polyps, or uterine fibroids. ...Read more
Fibroids: Fibroids are also known as myomas or leiomyomas. Leiomyomatosis (if that is what you were referring to) is a relatively rare condition in which the uterus is enlarged and completely replaced by innumerable fibroids. ...Read more
Yep!: Uteri come in all sizes, shapes, and configurations. They can be tipped forward, backward or sideways and/or can be bent forward, backward, or sideways. These variations in normal usually do not affect fertility. To take this a step further, there could be a uterus with two heads or two cervixes. Not to worry - follow the usual rules about infertility (no baby after 1 year of unprotected sex). ...Read more
Pelvic pain: There are so many explanations for pain in th pelvis, it is not possible to say it is your uterus. Could be ovarian cysts, ligaments of th pelvis, or muscles and tendons of the abdomen. Is the pain incited by movement of the pelvis or low back? If so it is probably musculoskeletal. ...Read more
Infection or growth: If you have not had pain in your uterus before, you should consult your gyn. Infeciton is a common cause of pain and can be easily treated with antibiotics. You may have a polyp for fibroid inside the lining or fibroids within the uterus, it is rare to develop endometriosis at 44. Also, you could be pregnant. ...Read more