Im 24 un married had DNC 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.
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