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How should hypoechoic nodular in the uterus be treated?

Q: My 48 years old mother-in-law's ultra sound report reveals a small well defined hypoechoic nodular area measuring about 10 mm in diameter in the anterior wall of the uterus, suggestive of a seedling myoma. What should we do?

A:If there is heavy bleeding during periods due to the uterine lump, she may need a surgical removal of the uterus. If there is pain and discomfort, then also removal will help.

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