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    Question what does "endo" on a pelvic ultrasound mean??

    i had a pelvic ultasound done yesterday due to really bad pain in my back and belly and when i collected the prints i couldn't help myself but look at them there was no report inside as they said they would email it through to my gp(who i go and see this arvo) but i saw a line shape in my uterus and under it had written "endo 0.24cm thick"....does this mean endometriosis???...

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    No it means your endometrium (the lining of your uterus) is that particluar thickness. Nothing to be worried about. During IVF they are always measuring our endometrium as that is where baby implants so it is ideal fior it to be thick and plump - what sizes I am not sure.


 

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