The ultrasound results show that the echogenicity of the myometrium is uneven, the endometrium is thick, and the endometrium is 6mm.And how to regulate it?
The first thing you need to do is to take a look at the results of the ultrasound examination, which shows that the endometrium is thin and echogenic, and there is a possibility of adhesions in the uterus.
It's been four months since I had my uterus cleared and I haven't had my period. The lining is quite thin, so you can take oral supplementation to regulate your period, but you need to check your gonadal hormone level to see if it's caused by low estrogen levels.Or is the ovarian function prematurely failing?
Hello, after reading your description and the results of the ultrasound examination, I wonder if you usually have menstrual pain in the stomach, the endometrial echogenicity is not uniform, or and you twice clear the uterus is related.
If the hormone levels are normal, the lack of menstruation may be related to the fact that the endometrium was affected when you had your uterus removed, that is, the endometrium was damaged.If necessary, you need to take oral medication to regulate it.