Hi all, I'm a 43 yr old who was diagnosed with endo at 27. I've had lots of endoscopies and two lots of surgery to help get rid of lesions and the endo itself. I have stage 4 endo. The pain has been getting gradually worse since my last op five years ago. My GP sent me for a scan today. With the sonographer giving me a letter for the GP to forward to my specialist - saying: I have a slightly bulky uterus. That There is an anechoic fluid area within my myometrium in the posterior wall of my uterus adjacent to the endometrial cavity. Measures11x8x11 mm. She has queried it may be a degenerating fibroid?? It is separate to the endometrium which is thickened to 13.2mm in the funds.
Can anyone tell me if this means I'm gonna have to have the dreaded hysterectomy that my specialists have pushed for for many years?
Thanks for any advice x