Adenomyosis

Adenomyosis is a gynecological condition in which there is abnormal presence of endometrial (inner layer) tissue in the myometrium (middle layer) of the uterus. It causes severe cramping pain and heavy bleeding during periods.

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What is the meaning of bulky uterus?

Query: Hello doctor, I do not have a cyst or severe bleeding, but my uterus is bulky as per the scan reports. The scan was advised because of a recurrent urinary tract infection. I have a pain in the lower abdomen and the left side of the stomach. I am taking Norflox 400 for the UTI.  What should I do?  Read Full »


Dr. Ishwar Chandra Rai

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Bulky uterus refers to the generalized swelling of the uterine wall. It could be due to various reasons, but inflammation is one of them. Recurrent inflammation of the urinary tract due to UTI (urinary tract infection) may have caused the inflammation in the uterus. ...  Read Full »

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