Novel deep learning (DL) reconstruction methods may accelerate female pelvis MRI protocols keeping high image quality. The value of a novel DL reconstruction of T2-weighted (T2DLR) turbo spin-echo (TSE) sequences for female pelvis MRI in three orthogonal planes was evaluated. We evaluated examination times, image quality, and lesion conspicuity of benign uterine disease. The T2DLR quantitative parameters remained similar or were significantly improved compared with that of standard T2 TSE (T2S), allowing for a 62.7% reduction in acquisition times. Applying this novel T2DLR sequence achieved better image quality and shorter acquisition time than T2S.