I noticed that a few 'punctate submucosacal calcifications' was seen in uterus on pelvic ultrasound. I had a baby 3 months ago. What could cause this?

Normal finding. In addition, there are often calcifications that form both within and on the surface of the placenta as the pregnancy approaches term.
Uterine Calcificatio. Micro calcifications in the uterine lining after childbirth are innocuous occurrences when tissue from the placenta that might be left behind is digested and cleared. There is nothing to worry about.
Placental bed. The findings noted could be related yo the recent pregnancy. A followup ultrasound in 3 or 4 months likely would show that the calcifications have resolved.

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Pelvic ultrasound says that I have 3 submucosal calcifications in my uterus- my dr never told me about this. I just had a baby. Is it likely from this?

Uterine Calcificatio. These micro calcifications are more than likely the result of mineralized decidua from the placenta and are interesting to radiographers, but harmless. I would nevertheless give your gynecologist a call to make sure he read the report and discuss any follow up he feels is necessary. Read more...
Call your doc. If you were my pt would offer u in office hysteroscopy, what they see on yorur ultrasound may not have been able to be seen before delivery and it may be significant or insignificant, in office hysteroscopy can look inside the uterus and all of my pts are awake and can see the inside of their own uterus on the monitor as I do it. Read more...
Not a concern. These calcifications may be within small blood vessels just deep to the lining. We see these areas as bright spots on ultrasound and they are not a problem. Read more...