According to the Mayo Clinic, a bulky uterus, scientifically known as "adenomyosis," occurs when the tissue that typically lines the uterus grows instead into the muscular wall of the uterus. Adenomyosis most often occur... More »

A bulky anteverted uterus is enlarged and has an angled position, according to radiologist Michael Gabor. The condition is common in pregnancy. Fibroids also can cause a bulky uterus, notes family medicine practitioner M... More »

Advanced cases of uterine prolapse are treated with a vaginal pessary and surgery, explains Mayo Clinic. Mild cases that produce little to no symptoms do not require treatment and are monitored by a physician. More »

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Uterine polyps are growths in the inner lining of the uterus, or endometrium, that attach themselves to endometrial tissue, according to Cleveland Clinic. Polyps are usually benign and range in size from as small as a se... More »

A normal uterus measures around 7.5 centimeters in length, 5 centimeters wide and 2.5 centimeters in thickness, according to Radiopaedia.org. Measurements may vary depending on the number of pregnancies and may shrink af... More »

According to the Advanced Fertility Center of Chicago, the endometrial lining of the uterus is normally around 11.2 millimeters in thickness. An ultrasound measures and evaluates the uterus and the endometrial lining. More »

The pressure of a prolapsed uterus on the vaginal wall can cause sores to develop on the protruding cervix, which may bleed, according to the Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogynecology Institute of Michigan. These sores may ... More »