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Thank you for your answer to my post of 10/21/2011 - this will hopefully be my last question and was planning for this sono to be the last one, as well. However, my doctor called me in the evening on Monday and told me that she thought my report was fine and I asked if I needed to do anything and she said no, did not need repeat sonogram. I then had report faxed to me yesterday once she signed off on it and it said "advises follow up".
It was day 7 of my cycle (as in Day 1 being the start of period) am wondering if the findings could be a result of having blood still in uterus. I had very light bleeding for a day or two after sono. I am concerned about #2 at the bottom in "impression" section.
Thank you for taking the time to read this and answering, I know you are very busy, I appreciate your input very much :o)
History: Follow-up for left ovarian cyst.
Results: Uterus measures approximately 8 x 5 X 6 cm and is anteverted. No definitive fibroid identified. The uterus is heterogeneous in echogenicity.
Cervix appears unremarkable .
Endometrial cavity measuring approximately 7 mm in thickness but within the body
of the uterine centrally within the endometrium in a focal area of increased
echogenicity which demonstrates some blood flow measuring approximately 9 x 7 mm
Which could represent a polyp. There is no fluid within the endometrial cavity.
Right ovary is seen measuring 4 x 1.7 x 2 cm for a volume of 7.3 mL. The left
Ovary is soon measuring 3.5 x 2.1 x 1.9 cm for a volume of 7.2 mL.
At this time, there is no evidence to suggest ovarian masses or cysts.
No free fluid or adxenal masses seen.
1.No ovarian cyst or adexanal masses seen at this time.
2.Possible polyp within the endometrial cavity. Advise follow-up, if
intervention is not anticipated, within the first week post menses as this
finding may be due to the heterogeneous echogenic pattern of the endometrium.
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