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Uterine Anomalies

Uterine anomalies are the malformations of the uterus (womb) that are present from birth. During the embryonic development of the female fetus, the uterus develops as two separate halves and then fuses together in the later stages of growth and development. When there is an issue in this development in-utero, it results in a uterine anomaly. Most women with uterine anomalies do not have any symptoms. About 25 percent of patients with a history of recurrent miscarriages or premature delivery are found with the condition.

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My pregnant wife has been detected with a uterus fibroid. What should I do?

Query: Hello doctor, My wife is recently pregnant, and we have been married for three months. She has an issue of low blood pressure and some gastric issues as well. Recently we visited a doctor, and he noticed uterus fibroid. I have the following questions: 1) Is uterus fibroid a result of pregnancy, or i...  Read Full »

Dr. Sangeeta Milap

Answer: Hello, Welcome to The fibroid you have is a big one, but it is not caused by pregnancy, and it can be taken out after your baby is born by an operation called myomectomy. Uterus removal is not required. It can happen right from the beginning. Take one capsule of Polybion (Vitamin B co...  Read Full »

All my pregnancies ended preterm. What could be the reason?

Query: Hello doctor, I gave birth to three babies at 27, 28 and 29 weeks. What is causing me to repeat giving birth to premature babies?  Read Full »

Dr. Tara Devi

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Are you pregnant now, if so how many weeks? There are various reasons for preterm delivery. Recurrent preterm delivery can be seen in uterine anomalies, intrauterine infection, cervical incompetence and tobacco use. Being underweight and young maternal age is important ...  Read Full »

Kindly review my transabdominal and transvaginal ultrasound reports and give your suggestions.

Query: Hello doctor, Kindly review my transabdominal and transvaginal ultrasound reports and give your suggestions. 1. An anteverted uterus which was normal in size, shape, and reflectivity. It measured 63 x 29 x 36 mm. 2. The endometrium was smooth in outline and of normal echotexture but expanded by tran...  Read Full »

Dr. Manwani Saloni Dilip

Answer: Hello,Welcome to have gone through the ultrasound report mentioned above. According to the report, there is an adxenal (next to the uterus) mass which is most probably arising from the ovary as the ovaries are not visualized separately. The mass has concerning features like solid compo...  Read Full »

Even after two years of delivery, why is my cervix still dilated?

Query: Hello doctor, I have a few questions. I had a child about two years ago, my cervix still feels open, almost like I am still dilated. Is that normal? I just got off of my period, a week after my period ended, I was having extremely light spotting, almost not noticeable. Yesterday, I had spotting onl...  Read Full »

Dr. Muhammad Zubayer Alam

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I can understand your concern. According to your statement, you have been suffering from the dilated cervix's feeling, spotting between periods, sleeping difficulties at night, and lack of focus or concentration. Cervical dilatation without labor may result from some c...  Read Full »

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