Different kinds of uterine abnormalities such as fibroids, polyps, uterine septum or congenital abnormalities can cause miscarriage or can develop the problem for implantation or even cause problems during pregnancy. At ARC we do surgical correction to solve the problem. Some of the major uterine abnormalities are given below.
It is the most common type of benign tumor in women of childbearing age. Fibroids grow in and around the wall of the uterus which are made of muscle cells or other tissues. We can give you the treatment to slow down the growth of fibroids by medicine or by surgery.
It is an upside-down triangular tissue that divides the uterus into two parts. This may be a problem by birth. It will not cause any issues to get pregnant but it causes issues to sustain the pregnancy. You can correct this uterine abnormality by the surgical procedure and ARC is the best hospital where you can get this surgery.
The outgrowth of tissue in the lining or endometrium of the uterus is called uterine polyp. Most of the small polyps do not create any problem infertility, but the large polyps or multiple polyps can interfere and increase the chances of miscarriage.
Hostile Cervical Mucus
Sometimes cervical mucus is so thick that it resists the sperm to pass through the cervix and into the uterine cavity.
Intrauterine Scarring and Asherman’s Syndrome
When scar tissue is formed within the uterus it will cause severe intrauterine infection which results in the injured uterine cavity. The walls of the uterine cavity may stick together by forming adhesions. The whole uterine cavity can be affected or can be limited to a few separate bands of scar tissue. This can lead to the endometrial lining to be too thin for an embryo to attach. In severe cases, a complete cessation of menstrual flow may occur. Then it is called Asherman’s syndrome.
How can Uterine Abnormalities Affect Pregnancy?
Uterine abnormalities can affect pregnancy to a great extent. Uterus is the organ where the zygote is attached and complications arise uterus undergoes some distortion. When the uterus assumes a usual shape, the baby may not develop in the normal position and thus may get into a breach. It may also happen that the baby might be short of space due to the distorted shape of the uterus. If the pressure exerted on the body, the water breaks then that can definitely lead to either miscarriage or premature birth. Also, a weak cervix cannot keep the baby inside.
Why should you Trust ARC for Treating Uterine Abnormalities?