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I am sorry that you are having this problem but will do my best to assist you and answer your questions. It looks like you have a small submocosal fibroid?
This is a fibroid that is pressing into the uterine cavity. Most of the time, it is an incidental finding and does not affect your fertility or a future pregnancy. Sometimes submucosal fibroids are in an area that makes miscarriage more likely, if the pregnancy implants near it.
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That again, is a fairly small fibroid. It has less effect when in the wall of the uterus. It would be noted if it was blocking your tubes. So no.