Hi, I have had an ultrasound
  Hi, I have had an ultrasound

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Hi, I have had an ultrasound about 10 days ago which seems to have diagnosed a bulky retroverted uterus, small amount of fluid in the POD, heterogeneous myometrium/adenomyosis and small subserosal calcified fibroid. Can you please suggest if there is any urgency as i am yet to be seen by a gynecologist and not yet sure how soon i would get an appointment. I have been through severe abdo/pelvic pain. Please the the ultrasound report attached.

PAST HISTORY : I have had Shingles about 2/3 years ago. Urine infection for which medication was given in the past and couple of weeks ago antibiotic (Genfura 50 mg Nitrofurantoin) was given that has severely deteriorated my health with continuous joint and muscle pain across full body and severe back pain.

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Hi there. Yes it is necessary for you to be seen by a gynecologist. But you can still wait for your appointment. If you will have pain before your appointment, you may take a pain reliever. But if it is severe or worsens, you may go directly go the emergency room.

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