I was just told recently that I probably have adenomyosis. After an ultrasound, I was told that my uterus was homogeneous and appeared grainy as well as enlarged (nearly two times its normal size). My original complaint was intense lower back pain only appearing about one week before menstruation, but that has since completely disappeared. During a pelvic examination, my doctor discovered a very tender area at the back of my uterus and thought I could have endometriosis. I am 32 years old and have never had children, but desperately want to. If I do have adenomyosis, will this affect my ability to get pregnant or carry to term? Because I haven’t complained of unusual menstrual pain or irregular bleeding, my doctor has agreed to hold off treating me, but didn’t mention that doing so might affect my fertility in any way. Is there any hope, and if so is there a possibility that becoming pregnant could “cure” me?
Thank you Doctor.
|Dr. del Junco Jr. (Doctor)||