I’m a 36 year old female diagnosed with having a 10.5 cm fibroid. I had 2 ultrasounds from 2 different Dr.’s and saw a total of 4 Dr.’s before making the decision to have the fibroid removed by having an open myomectomy.
I went in for my surgery last Friday, March 8th. When I awoke, I was told there was NO fibroid and I was diagnosed with adenomyosis. This was a shock as not only had I never heard of this before, but I was told by all 4 Dr.’s that I had a fibroid tumor!
Why didn’t any of them suggest that this may have been discovered?
My fertility is of the utmost importance to me. I currently have no children and desperately would like to have a child.
My Dr. did not remove the adenomyosis. He said my uterus is about 3 times the size of a “normal” uterus and that it was “spongelike”. He told me my ovaries looked fine and put everything back in its place. He told me to try to get pregnant after I recover and that the adenomyosis would go into regression and should not interfere with the pregnancy.
Is all this true? Please help.
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