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My right ovary shows multiple small folliclesleft ovary shows 21*14 mm dominant follicleswhat does this mean?is it PCOD ?
Depends on symptoms: A dominant follicle is a normal physiologic part of an ovary during the ovulation cycle. Multiple small follicles at the periphery of one/both ovaries can be seen in PCOD (polycystic ovarian disease/syndrome), but clinical correlation with symptoms (inc hair loss, menstrual problems, depression, etc.) is needed, typically assessed by an Ob/Gyn. More info: http://tinyurl.com/pr4hldr ...Read more
With Clomid (clomiphene) 50 mg second course lt ovary follicle 8mm right ovary septate follicle 16mm is there chance of conceiving?
Anteverted uterus measures :6.6×3.3×3.4cm .No dominant follicles seen in both ovaries . both ovaries show multiple small follicles measuring 3-8mm.
Why: are you getting an US at 17 yrs old? US sounds normal. Depending on where you are on cycle would determine what your ovaries should look like. I really need more information to help you better ...Read more
What does this mean : numerous peripherally oriented follicular cysts within the left ovary with a dominant partially exophytic cystic lesion measuring 3.0 x 2.5 cm?
PCOS: Sounds like a polycystic ovary with a dominant cyst. ...Read more
Uterus normal is size, mildly heterogenous. Right ovary normal in size with 1.1cm anechoic dominant follicle with enhanced through-transmission.Mean?
MRI shows my left ovary has cystic structure w/ adjacent contiguous cysts and small follicles. Right ovary has multiple small follicles. Is this pcos?
Neither: Any defect like trisomy 13, that involves acquiring an extra chromosome, has nothing to do with dominant or recessive genes. It occurs when usually the egg carries 2 rather than 1 of the 13 chromosomes. Fertilization by a normal sperm with one of every chromosome creates an embryo with three # 13's.If the embryo survives pregnancy it emerges as a trisomy 13 infant with all the problems they have. ...Read more
Right ovary with multiple follicle cysts and dominant 1.1 cm mildly complex cyst. Can this be cancerous?
Yes sometimes: Yes, some complex cysts can be cancerous, but most are not when they are that size. Usually doctors follow these with sequential ultrasounds until better clarified. ...Read more
No: Immature follicles have not matured to the point that they are functional. Cysts occur once they have matured but are the result of improper function. They can result from other hormone imbalances in the body such as with high androgens (testosterone/DHEA) levels or low Progesterone levels. They can also form after an egg leaves properly from the ovary and are the result of bleeding/ inflammation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Complex cystic lesion rt ovary within is focal septated cystic structure color dop. Eval. Dem. Arterial blood in septations. Cystic ovarian neoplasm?
Have 28-29 days cycle.Follicle monitoring results: cd8 - follicle size 11mm, endometrium 4mm. Cd10 - follicle size 17mm, endometrium 6mm. Normal?
Most likely: Follicle size is a little large on cd10 and endometrium is a little thin. We don't normally monitor people on those days. What's more important is what cd12 ultrasound will look like. The endometrium should be 8mm or so and the follicle greater than 17 on that day and if so, you most likely are experiencing normal ovulation. Don't over troubleshoot - variation in cycles is common. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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