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What Is That Test When They Stick Microscope In Your Uterus
I noticed when I was laying down this morning the right side of my uterus seems to stick out further than the left side. Is this okay? 14 weeks 3 days
I am having a lletz of the cervix done & d & c of uterus because of my presenting problem cin3 what are both of these test 4 and what tests are after?
Explanation: : The lletz is a procedure to remove a portion of the cervix, intended to do 2 things: diagnose ; treat cin3 (which is precancerous changes of te cervix). The goal is to remove all (if possible) the precancerous changes of the cervix but also the part of te cervix that's removed is sent to the pathologists to check and see if there was/is any actual cancer developing in the cervix. ...Read more
Bloating: Women can commonly get bloating and some swelling of the female organs before the start of periods. It should go away after the start of your period. ...Read more
My test say,
The uterus demonstrates heterogeneous myometrial echotexture most likely secondary to leiomyomatous change through a discrete mass ?
Fibroids: Fibroids are growths of the uterus, or womb. They are also called uterine leiomyomas or myomas. The uterus is made of muscle, and fibroids grow from the muscle. Fibroids can bulge from the inside or outside of the uterus. Fibroids are not cancerous and are not thought to be able to become cancerous. Fibroids are very common. Approximately 80% of women will have them in their lifetime. ...Read more
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