It is not unusual for some women to have an enlarged uterus after pregnancy, especially multiple pregnancys. There is a condition however called adenomyosis which is commonly diagnosed in women who have had c-sections. During a section, some of the lining we typically lose during our menstruation accidentally gets embedded within the muscle layer of the uterus. This tissue reacts to our hormone changes and typically swells and becomes engorged with blood over time. It typically results in a tender and soft feeling uterus that is uniform in its enlargement. It can be diagnosed via a biopsy. Some women who have this condition complain of pelvic pain, irregular menses, and unusual pressure. Ask your doctor if this is something to consider.
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