on my left ovary they found that there is a complex heterogenous hyperechoic in the left andenae measuring 46.77x46mm with smooth capsule and white hyperechogenic ball and with hyperechogenic lines and bright prominent spots.
the doctor commented that i have an anteverted uterus myometrial echogenecity.
An intramural myoma is a "fibroid" tumor. These are almost always benign. Usually, fibroids are not treated unless they grow very large or present bothersome symptoms. Your uterus is tilted which is also a common finding. Your doctor should be able to recommend the best course of treatment. But, if you are not having troublesome symptoms, then you may not need any treatment at this point. Best wishes to you!
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