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this is usually a finding consistent with a uterin fibroid, which is a benign muscle tumor.
they typically grow in the uterus in 3 places 1) submucosal (inside the uterus). 2 trans mural (what you have..grows in the myometrium) 3 subserosal - (on the outside of the uterus).
Small fibroids don't usually affect child bearing.
However, if they become large enough they can cause the baby to be born too early..like 20-24 weeks.
So, what you need to know is how big the fibroid is.
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