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Developing follicles what does it mean?

Developing follicles what does it mean?

Too Vague: You need to provide more information to better help understand what you are asking. Follicles is a descriptive term in various regions of the body. It could apply to the ovaries, hair, as well as a microscopic description. ...Read more

Follicle (Definition)

An ovarian follicle contains a hollow ball of cells with an immature egg in the center. It is a structure within the ovary containing the egg that ...Read more


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Both sides multiple immature follicles are seen what does it mean?

Both sides multiple immature follicles are seen what does it mean?

If the man has: Normal fertility but the couple is having trouble conceiving, the woman's reproductive system will be evaluated. One tool is ultrasound. If there are more follicles than normal early in the cycle, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome may be the cause. The total number & maturity of follicles is important & so are certain reproductive hormone tests. I encourage u to talk w/ your doctor. Dr. Anne ...Read more

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It also states that multiple follicles are noted bilaterally what does this mean?

It also states that multiple follicles are noted bilaterally what does this mean?

Normal: Kimberly, follicles are the eggs which are developing in your ovary. Every woman of ovulating age has these. They are perfectly normal. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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What does variably sized follicles showing reactive germinal centers, some enlarged follicles show disrupted germinal centers but serpentine mean?

What does variably sized follicles showing reactive germinal centers, some enlarged follicles show disrupted germinal centers but serpentine mean?

Microscopic descript: That part of the biopsy report is a verbal description of what the pathogist sees when he/ she looks at the biopsy under the microscope. All those findings are typically seen in a reactive, benign enlarged lymph node. Reactive lymph nodes can be seen in many inflammatory and infectious conditions, so be sure to follow up so your doctor can find out what is causing it. ...Read more

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Sir my wife got multiply follicles in the peripheral average 8mm — 11mm wat does that means?

Sir my wife got multiply follicles in the peripheral average 8mm — 11mm wat does that means?

It depends partly on: whether she's on medication to stimulate ovarian follicles. If she is, it means her ovaries are partially responding. If not, she might have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, a condition that produces multiple follicles that don't maturing enough to release an egg. Often these follicles persist, creating multiple cysts. Mature follicles are 16-20 mm in size. I wish you both the best. Dr. Anne ...Read more

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Follicle study:11day scan:26x20mm u.The 7mm, 15th day scan:ireegular collapsed follicle&9mm. Other hormon test of both normal. But not conceived. Pls help?

Try Try Again!: Seems that you are forming a mature follicle which is rupturing at mid cycle and presumably releasing an egg. If your tubes are open and your partner's semen is deemed adequate then one would hope that you will conceive. If no success after 6 months you may need to seek more specialized fertility evaluation and possible ovarian stimulation. ...Read more

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I was wondering what does scattered ovarian follicles mean?

I was wondering what does scattered ovarian follicles mean?

Likely normal: Sounds like you have been reading an ultrasound report? Follicles are normal ovarian cysts, where eggs live. The word scattered means what you'd expect, and usually describes a normal ovarian finding. ...Read more

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Peripherally oriented ovarian follicles mean I can't have children?

Peripherally oriented ovarian follicles mean I can't have children?

No: This comment just locates the follicles in reference to the center of the ovary. Peripheral just means toward the outside, rather than a predominantly central or generalized pattern. ...Read more

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What does left ovarian follicle mean?

Lt ovary's cell arra: Follicles are nl. Cell part of ovaries, an arrangement of cells around the central cell called ovum or egg cell — a single cell, most of the times, sorrounded by multiple rows of cells, arran. In circles. These folli. Cells-> female hormones from ovary, they also provide the nutrition for the central ovum. During ovulation the follicle comes close to surface of ovary and rupture, release the ovum out. ...Read more

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What does bilateral functional ovarian follicles mean?

Normal: Sounds like you have been reading an ultrasound report? Bilateral means "both sides, right and left" and follicles are normal ovarian cysts, where eggs live. The word functional is redundant here, but also describes a normal ovarian finding. ...Read more

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Please explain what does scattered ovarian follicles mean?

Please explain what does scattered ovarian follicles mean?

Likely normal: Sounds like you have been reading an ultrasound report? Follicles are normal ovarian cysts, where eggs live. The word scattered means what you'd expect, and usually describes a normal ovarian finding. ...Read more

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What does this mean? 15mm dominant follicle in right overy?

Ovulation: typically, during the first half of the menstrual cycle several eggs start maturing, surround themselves with fluid, become bigger and bigger, and are then called follicles. Eventually, one of the follicles takes the lead and is called the dominant follicle. This is the follicle that will release the egg that can then be fertilized. This typically happens when the follicle is greater than 20 mm. ...Read more

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Having 8 and 10 follicles in right and left ovary means what?

Normal finding: An antral follicle count is often used to determine baseline fertility. 16-30 follicles is normal, any less might be concerning for decreased reserve which is often seen with aging. Anymore is concerning fur poly cystic ovarian syndrome. ...Read more

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Have been diagnosed with pof and had a scan showing one follicle on ovary, what does this mean?

Have been diagnosed with pof and had a scan showing one follicle on ovary, what does this mean?

Follicle = egg: Often the term follicle is used synonymously with egg. They are technically not the same but it just means they saw what looked like a follicle/egg in your ovary. Pof as you know results in low estrogen and high follicle stimulating hormone fsh. Fsh usually has a quick spike right in the middle of the menstrual cycle and this usually causes the ovary to release an egg. ...Read more

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I have been told I have immature follicles, I would like to know if this means I will never produce a viable egg for ovulation.

Not necessarily: Immature follicles are present in the ovary at the beginning of each cycle and respond to hormonal stimulation as part of the "maturation" process to produce an egg. If you are NOT having menstrual cycles or worse, never had a menstrual cycle at the expected time of puberty, then that is a much more serious problem necessitating GYN MD evaluation. ...Read more

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Hi, am 28 year old. I had a scan in thae report its showing there is a dominant follicle of 16mm in ovary what it means follicle size is 16mm?

Hi, am 28 year old. I had a scan in thae report its showing there is a dominant follicle of 16mm in ovary what it means follicle size is 16mm?

Normal: That is a normal finding. It just means you have a 1.6 centimeter follicle...a cyst-like structure that forms when an ovary is about to release an egg (ovulate). ...Read more

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Hello, What's does that mean Multiple small marginally arranged follicles seen in both ovaries, all are of less than measuring 0.6 cms. Thanks?

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Check with your doc: Ovaries have follicles. Follicles are where eggs are stored and released. Sounds normal to me. But check with your doctor. ...Read more

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Follicle study till 4 months. Every month follicle forming in left ovary, in a month produced in both ovaris, growed in left only. Is there any prob?

Follicle study till 4 months. Every month follicle forming in left ovary, in a month produced in both ovaris, growed in left only. Is there any prob?

Follicle production: No, follicle production in the ovaries is random. Which ever ovary produces first will grow for the month. Women don't ovulate right to left to right etc. It is all random. No problems at all. ...Read more

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Madam my ovaries are in normal size and shows multiple, small follicles predominantly located in the peripherywith ecogenic central storma.wat it means?

Multiple small cysts: This could be normal but it is also suggestive of the ultrasound findings frequently associated with polycystic ovarian syndrome. You need to discuss it with the person who ordered the ultrasound. An ultrasound alone does not make a diagnosis. Your history and physical exam must also be considered. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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What does it mean when ovarian follicles been identified in ovaries?

Ovarian function!: As a woman not menopausal and not on the pill your ovaries will function by selecting a crop of follicles I which one will be else red to ovulate. Find a chart that shows the dance of the ovaries and hormones of estrogen and progestogen and that picture wi help explain normal physiology or body function. An occasional ultrasound in patient not on the pill will show a cyst of varying size in menses. ...Read more

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An ultrasound shows that the sighted follicle has contracted hemorrhage what does dat mean?

Probably benign: As follicles grow they can burst small capillaries and fill with blood.... Most times benign and will resolve quickly... Reccomend repeat ultrasound in 1 month. ...Read more

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Can having an ovarian follicle after bc mean your ovulating?

No: It could mean that, but it's a non-specific finding. Having spontaneous periods after coming of ocp does mean you are ovulating. ...Read more

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There is a dominant follicle seen in right ovary measuring 18 mm means what?

Dominant follicle.: Ovulation usually occur from the dominant follicle which can be in either ovary. The egg is usually released when the follicle is between 18mm to 22mm.
The context for which your follicle size is measured is not clear, however, assisted reproduction such as intrauterine insemination is performed once follicle is 18mm or more. Good luck. ...Read more