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Hypoechoic focus at the uterine fondus
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Hypoechoic focus at the uterine fondus

I am glad I found this forum. Anyway I had serious period pains in the last 3 months, this month was fine though. As a result of the previous pain, and our inability to have concieved (Partly  male factor-low motility), I decided to have a pelvic and full abdomen scan.

Results- There is a 1.3cm vaguely defined hypoechoic focus at the uterine fondus which may represent a fibroid. Please what does this mean? Will this disturb my having children? Please help!

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134578 tn?1455656688
What kind of scan did you have, an ultrasound?  I'd have an MRI of the uterus to follow up.  If it is a fibroid, it will show much better by MRI than on an ultrasound.  I don't know the answer to the question of whether a fibroid interferes with pregnancy, it probably depends a great deal on the size.  I'd see your doctor about an MRI and get some of these questions answered.
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hi there, we are not allowed by guidelines to interpert test results.

I can define words though ! it willhelp ease your mind. Hypoechoic is simply the term used when a ultrasound wave has something to bounce off of.Uterine fundus is the cervix.

Fibroids are 99% begnine and most are removed surgically resulting in keeping the ability to concieve (conceive) and carry a child to term possible.

When you do become pregnant your dr may want to suture top of cervix as a precaution at about 20 weeks.

You need to speak with Dr,fibroids can be treated chemically too, your Dr can advise you on the best option for you...

Hugs

Cherie
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