My wife is 20 weeks pregnant, and we got an ultrasound done. The report shows a small myoma measuring 49x26 mm in the anterior wall of the uterus. Can you please see the attached report and evaluate her problem to me? What to do next? Are there any chances of complication during delivery? Will she stay in good health after the delivery? Can she deliver the child safely? Will both the mother and child be safe? Is there anything to worry about as such? Please suggest.
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I have seen the ultrasound report (attachment removed to protect patient identity).
Myoma or fibroid are sometimes seen along with pregnancy. It is very tricky how myoma reacts with the pregnancy. The thing is that the chances of it increasing in size during pregnancy are high, and sometimes it may cause pain. And very rarely, abortion can happen due to severe pain.
But, some patients have uninterrupted pregnancy and do not have any symptoms due to myoma. So, it will depend on the size, position, and its blood supply. You need to continue all medication regularly and take adequate rest.
For more information consult an obstetrician and gynaecologist online --> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/obstetrician-and-gynaecologist
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