Im 24 un married, got a mishap due to which my family helped me to get a D&C more than 2 years ago. Last few months alot of pain. Latest reports:
Uterus: size is slightly smaller than normal, anteverted & slightly compressed due to pressure effect of solid mass in culdesac, myometrial echigenicity is normal, endometrial thickness is slightly comressed, no fibroid.
Culdesac: medium sized hypoechoic solid mass of about 6*6.1cm, no abnormal free fluid seen.
Ovaries: Left-> seen above & ant to right,psoas muscle & size is normal, no abnormal soild cystic mass. Right-> seen in culdesac, no abnormal solid cystic mass.
Impression: solid hypoechoic mass in culdesac or pedunculted fibroid or the uterus.
Prescription:Cefspan(sefixime) capsule, chymoral forte(trypsin/chymotrypsin),feldene flash(piroxicam) 10 days each.
Doctor verbally says that it is kind of tumor and there is no other way out except operate. Please help and guide me my parents are very much worried so as me, i feel that my color suddenly changed to pale yellow after the doctor's comments. I am worried, nor I can go for marriage, will i never be able to become a mother if i get this operated before marriage?
Hi. I can understand your anxiety over the whole situation. You're still young, and then suddenly you get diagnosed with a tumor in the reproductive tract, which is possibly malignant, and which may affect your chances of having children in the future.
But what I want you to do is to try to calm down so you can look at your situation more objectively. First of all, have you asked your doctor if it's possible to biopsy the mass first, before doing definitive surgery? What kind of surgery has been proposed? Does it only involve excision of the mass, or would the surgery include removal of your uterus? If there is a big possibility that the mass is non-cancerous (e.g. a uterine fibroid), it may be possible to spare your uterus from surgery so you can still have babies. If your doctor says that your uterus has to be removed along with the mass, you should ask him if other treatment alternatives are available which may preserve your reproductive capacity.
If you're not happy with the treatment alternatives that your present doctor is offering, then by all means, seek a second opinion.
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