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If she is having daily bleeding then this is not menopause.
And if the ultrasound was inconclusive, a transvaginal ultrasound should be done or an MRI of the pelvis with contrast should be done to see what the problem is.
Just fitting her with a coil without having a diagnosis is not recommended.
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The query was that we are going top Australia in 4 weeks. do you think this will be a problem and if the small bit of info I have would you think that this is a tumor
If she is bleeding on a daily basis then going out of the country is not recommended until the problem is resolved.
It is really difficult to state over the internet whether a person has a tumor unless conclusive evidence is at hand, however, tumors are not so shy in their presentation, someone who has a tumor for 06 months would be experiencing significant weight loss, loss of appetite, bleeding per vagina, pain in the lower abdomen and pelvis, night sweats, evening fever etc.
The presence of a tumor can only be confirmed on an MRI and a biopsy.
Keeping the statistics in mind, about 7,400 women in the UK develop endometrial (uterine) cancer each year. Most cases develop in women aged in their 50s and 60s. And the most common presentation is abnormal vaginal bleeding.
Evening fevere would this mean that she feels cold
Yes. Having said that, these are constitutional symptoms and not specific to tumors.
So, I would suggest that no conclusions be drawn about this as that will only cause anxiety and panic, instead a detailed evaluation should be done. You should ask her doctor to get an MRI of the pelvis done to rule out the presence of any tumors, an endoluminal (vaginal) ultrasound is also worth while, if an MRI can not be done.
You have been most helpful and am not sure what I can do next as my wife dose not like hospitals. I will make an appointment and see our GP. Many Thanks
The best course of action will be to be proactive about this and get this evaluated.
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