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Recently diagnosed with pcos by blood work (lh/fsh levels). had an ultrasound and they said i have multiple uterine follicles? what does it mean?

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Dr. Marsha Davis answered

Specializes in Internal Medicine

Do you mean: Ovarian follicles? They are common as cysts often form on the ovaries as eggs fail to mature in the follicles and turn into cysts and you usually have several at any given time on ultra sound. They are not in the uterus

Answered 3/21/2014

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Dr. Janice Alexander answered

Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Norm for PCOS: It is normal for you to have multiple follicles (potential eggs) if you have been diagnosed with pcos. That is one of the features of this condition.

Answered 3/21/2014

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