Does size matter?
Anyway, I've been reading the Yahoo mullerian anomalies support group, and some people have mentioned that their doctor said their uterus was "UU but normal size" or "a bit smaller than normal," and that seems to be a good thing (as opposed to half the normal size as one would think UU would be).* So I wondered, do I have a near-normal size uterus? And why bother asking my doctor, when he didn't bother to mention it in the first place!
So I checked the MRI report. It says that my uterus measures "approximately 7.5 cm in length, 5.8 cm in transverse and 3.9 cm AP." Dr. Google tells me that a "normal" uterus is about 8 cm x 6 cm x 4 cm. So I...guess it's close to normal? I don't know what percentage of normal size would be considered unusually small.
There's no real point to all this, I just thought it was interesting. Maybe if Dr. S. isn't being dickish the next time I see him, I'll ask him about it. (My husband confessed that he thought Dr. S. was a dick when he met him recently. So it's not just me.)
*Though apparently size doesn't matter as much as whether the uterus will stretch to accommodate a normal-size pregnancy, which you don't know if it will until you get pregnant. This is what I gather, anyway.