The uterus was posteriorly positioned, with normal size, uneven echogenicity of the muscular wall, 11mm×10mm×10mm hypoechogenicity of the anterior muscular wall, regular morphology, clear border, CDFI: no blood flow information was seen within it; the endometrial double layer thickness was 8mm. bilateral ovaries were normal in size, clear border, no abnormal echogenicity was seen, CDFI: no abnormal blood flow information was seen.
When did you get married?Are you planning to have one or two children now?Because you are thirty-one years old, my consideration is not the second child.Some people who got married earlier and had a second child a few years later may have fibroids, and if they also have irregular menstruation and dysmenorrhea, these conditions may have an impact on the preparation for a second child.If there is no symptom of fibroids, it may not have any effect.If you are just married and haven't had a child now the medical examination is fibroids then the impact may not be significant.
Hello, fibroids can cause long menstrual periods, increased menstrual flow and abdominal masses can cause some damage to your organism. It is recommended that you have pathological examination after surgical removal of fibroids, which can also affect your pregnancy and cause bleeding after pregnancy.
Hello, according to the examination results, the myoma is in the anterior wall muscle layer, in general, it is possible to prepare for pregnancy, there is no great impact on the growth and development of the fetus, if the myoma increases further, it will have an impact on normal conception, you need to check regularly to prevent the myoma from increasing and affecting the development of the fetus.