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the uterus is a pit prominent..meaning long for a 60 year old woman.
Midline and anteverted is normal.
endometrial thicknes of 0.3cm is equal to 3 mm
3 mm means there is no uterine lining problems.
So..outside of the uterus being a bit longer than expected everything else is normal.
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could that be the cause of the bleeding?
Ok...so it doesn't really provide a 'source' of the bleeding...
but, it does give possiitve reinforcement that the bleeding isn't due to uterine cancer.
sometimes an enlarged uterus is due to fibroids and that certainly can cause the uterus to be larger than expected.
in follow up of this ultrasound..you should have a sample of the uterine lining done to check for a souce of the bleeding.
in additon to fibroids, polyps are also a potential source of the bleeding.
if you are on hormones (HRT) that too can be a source of the bleeding.
The good news now, is the ultrasound isn't showing anything seriously wrong.
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