Pinching pain lower right abdomen and lower right back. Having anxiety, nausea and heartburn. IBS & Stools thin. Should I be concerned? Thanks.
Few Fibroids with largest measuring 1.5 x 1.3 x 1.2 cm
Endometrium measures 1 mm at the fundus
1.5 x 1.1 x 0.6 cm focal hyperechoic area containing a
tiny cystic space and vascular flow noted within the
mid portion of the endometrium, consistent with a polyp
Overall uterine size (cm): 6.9 x 4.8 x .8 cm
Size: 13 x 12 x 12 mm
37 x 15 x 15 mm tubular fluid collection in the left adnexa
1. Endometrial polyp
2. Complex right ovarian cyst
3. Left adnexal fluid collection, probable hydrosalpinz vs
loculated fluid collection
The uterus contained a posterior 1.4 cm subserosal fibroid. The endometrial stripe measured 1.2 mm in single thickness normal for a menopausal woman. Uterus contained a 1.5 cm right anterior endometrial polyp. There also appeared to be a tiny 3 mm anterior fundal polyp.
The right ovary contained a tiny cyst with echoes measuring less than 1 cm in diameter. Again identified in the left adnexa was a 3.4 x 1.6 cm fluid collection with incomplete septations.
Sometime a blocked fallopian tube can hurt as it stretches. If you have pain, you should ask your doctor about the option of a laparoscopy and removal of that fallopian tube. looks like you have a polyp inside the uterus that has not change much in 3 years. But if you are having heavy bleeding, your doctor should consider a D&C to remove the polyp at the time of the laparoscopy
Thanks for your answer Dr. Goodman.
01) I have been in menopause now for 5 1/2 years. I do not have any bleeding. If this is the case, is one able to just put a watch on the polyp in the uterus or should I consider removing it? Would this be done with a D&C or a hysteroscope? What would be the harm in not removing it?
02) Would a watch also be place on the complex ovarian cyst or is this normal?
03) What would the fallopian tube be blocked with after 5+ years of menopause?
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