Hi i'm fairly new to this, so i went for an trans vaginal scan on friday because i have been having really bad pelvic pain. The sonographer said everything looked normal and i have ovulated this month. But she also said that i have an enlarged uterus which could be a pregnancy or the second part of my cycle. I'm not trying to get my hopes up as i realise a lot of things can cause an enlarged uterus but i'm now on cd37 and i'm usually bang on cd35 every month and spot for at least 3 days but this month not a hint of af. I'm not trying to get my hopes up but just wondering if anyone has had something similar and did it lead to a bfp?
Hi pennylou, I am a sonographer so can help you out here. I think they were saying that your endometrium was Thickened. This can be the second part of your cycle (proliferative phase), but can also be seen in early pregnancy (ie less than 5 weeks).. At 5.5 weeks onwards, a small gestational sac should be seen on TV scanning.
Hope this helps xxxx
Yes thanks for the reply it does help. Am I being silly getting my hopes up? I'm currently about 13dpo and no AF and keep getting BFN's on internet cheapies. With the sonographer telling me i had ovulated already if this was the second part of my cycle would AF not have shown her ugly head by now?
Thanks in advance x
Possibly! But sometimes our cycle can be put out by stress of trying to conceive etc. I would wait until you are a week late then go and get a blood test if the hpt is negative as some people don't show positive on hpt for ages!
Sorry to hear you are out! Time to start again. At least you know you are ovulating and that the lining of the uterus Is thickening sufficiently (thin endometrium can be a cause of embryos not implanting). Good luck to you!! Xx
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