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!
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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