Uterine Fibroid

Uterine Fibroids develop in the walls of the uterus, they are variable in size and shape. There is usually a lot of them but few are large and will appear on the ultrasound and can be measured in centimetres. The fibroids grown very slowly and some will require surgical removal due to pressure on the organs such as bladder and rectum, or may even interfere with fertility.

Endometrial Polyp

Endometrial Polyps are formed when the cells in the lining of the uterus overgrow. These polyps can be cancerous and non-cancerous.

Uterine atrophy

Adenomyosis

Adenomyosis is a condition in which the inner lining of the uterus begins to breaks through the muscle wall of the uterus. Adenomyosis can cause mental cramps, lower abdominal pains and bloating.

Primary Amenorrhea

Primary Amenorrhea is when the period has not started by the age of 16. This is normally due to Turner syndrome, being underweight or Müllerian defects.

Secondary Amenorrhea

Secondary Amenorrhea is when the period has begun but then stops. This is normally due to a gynaecology disorder, stress or serious illness.

Regular Uterine Bleeding

Regular uterine bleeding is bleeding between monthly periods, long bleeding or extremely heavy bleeding.

Endometrial Atrophy

Endometrial Atrophy is when there is a reduction in the thickness of the Endometrium and a loss of endometrial.

Asherman's Syndrome

Asherman Syndrome is a rare condition of the uterus. Scar tissue or adhesions form in the uterus due to some form of trauma. The scar tissue reduces the size of the uterus.

Family planning & IUCD (Mirena coil & copper coil)

The IUCD is a small T shaped plastic device that is put into the womb by a doctor or nurse. It can remain in place for up to 5 years.

Uterine Septum

A Uterine septum is a deformity of the uterus, it is a condition where an extra wedge of tissue develops on the septum.

Bicornuate Uterus

The Bicornuate Uterus is a type of congenital uterine malformation, in which the uterus appears to be heart shaped.

Retroverted Uterus Contributing to Infertility or Deep Dyspareunia

Retreated Uterus - When the uterus tilts backwards at the cervix.

Deep Dyspareunia - Is pain during or after intercourse.

Uterine Atresia

Is a birth defect where the uterine is closed slightly or absent.

Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy is a procedure that is used to examine the inside of the uterus.

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