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A 33-year-old female asked:

Period is late, having cramps 2 weeks, urine test neg., blood test negative (not quantitative), vaginal ultrasound found a corpus luteus on left ovary?

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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology 49 years experience
Normal morphology: Corpus luteum is part of normal ovulation. You may wish to repeat the test in a week, just in case you tested too early.
Dr. Justin Buchanan
Radiology 12 years experience
Not pregnant: A corpus luteum is a normal finding and does not indicate pregnancy. It is the remnant of the follicle that ruptured at ovulation. If urine and blood are negative, you are not pregnant.

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Last updated Sep 3, 2014

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