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Multiple Follicles Of 8mm
Hi sir, today is my 10th day. I have gone for follicule study. It measures multiple follicles measuring 7 to 8mm on both the ovaries. Endometrial 6mm.?
Slow follicle growth: Your follicles are still small. Considering that you are on cycle day 10 I would say their growth is delayed. Do you have irregular cycles? Your thin endometrium is consistent with slow follicle growth. You may need ovulation induction medications prescribed to force ovulation. If you're already taking them, you might need a higher dose. ...Read more
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
I'm on cycle day 8 & they were able to see 7 follicles. Do more develop as time goes on? Meds were significantly increased.
Yes: Some women tend to develop more follicles than others. Pl follow with your OB's recommendation for treatment. ...Read more
Misinformed?: What does the follicle size of the post ovulation follicle have to do with the health of the baby? I am not sure you have the correct information or your question belies a misunderstanding of why their is a follicle and what the follicle does. If you are pregnant there are other ways your physician will monitor the health of your baby. ...Read more
It depends partly on: Whether or not 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
Can injection plus progynova help increase the follicle to mature when taken on cd10 and follicle size 10mm, 8mm and 7mm. Took 100mg of cd 5-9?
Ovarian cysts: Every woman has follicles during a menstrual cycle. That means that you are ovulating or about to. Depending on size and cyst characteristics is when more follow up its needed. So a cyst that small should not cause any medical problem. Follow up with your obgyn if needed. ...Read more
TTC: When you are trying to conceive, either through an ovulation induction cycle or through ivf, the infertility specialist will discuss with you your egg follicle sizes. It is known that the follicle has to reach an average diameter of a minimum of 15 mms for the egg within to be mature. We cannot see the egg because it is microscopic size. Therefore, maturation is assumed by the size of the follicle. ...Read more
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
Ovarian cyst: A follicule of 1.1 cm or 11 mm its not dangerous. A follicle its what carries the egg for possible fertilization. Every woman have follicles in their ovaries. So please don't be worry for a 11mm follicle. When they are larger than that its when they can cause pain or even torsion of the ovaries. ...Read more
Don't expect: Significant hair growth in a week. Hair grows an average of 1.25 cm per month. ...Read more
There are many: There are many, but one disease is hidradenitis supperativa ...Read more
Unclear: Are you asking about hair follicles or ovarian follicles? And what do you mean by "affected" Please clarify your situation and what you are looking for help with, then resubmit your question. ...Read more
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
It means 9 mm or: Less. Take care!Get a more detailed answer ›
One mature follicle: If a woman is not taking any fertility meds, she will release only one mature follicle per month. This is the case 99% of the time. The 1% exception is when a woman has spontaneous twins. Fraternal twins indicate that she released two mature follicles that month. With fertility meds however, the number released per month can go up. This is why fertility meds are associated with twins/triplets ...Read more
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
Had a follicle measure 13.4mm on cycle day 9. Go in cycle day 11 and it disappeared. What happened?
Normal ovarian cyst: An ovarian follicle matures monthly during the menstrual cycle. As it does so, an egg is ripened and released into the tube. The "cyst" remains behind, producing hormones which may increase in amount, if the cyst receives the proper hormonal stimulation from a fertilized egg. You are describing a healthy process. This is an indicator that you are fertile and likely capable of future pregnancy. ...Read more
Can a follicle continue to grow even on cd 24 while on injection. Is 12mm now and is cd15. What's my chance.
It depends: In general, a follicle that doesn't release before day 18 is considered lower quality. However I have seen people get pregnant late in their cycles, with a late ovulation, and it turned out fine. There's no way to give you a percent chance. If you are doing fertility medications, I would trust your doctor's opinion about whether or not to continue injections if it isn't working as expected. ...Read more
I got 16mm septate follicle in 10th day with clomid50mg is the septation bcos of tablet or serious problem worried?
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
May be genetic: Ingrown hair are usually familiar more. Common with black races. Often resulting in razor bumps a few days after shaving as new hair coils back into the skin causing skin irritation and inflammation.This resolves if hair is allowed to grow longer or frequent shaving or use certain depilatory cream or powder. ...Read more
Possibly: Sometimes things may not work right and the egg might be released too early. If so, implantation is not likely as the endometrial lining may not be ready. This would not be common, though. Usually ovulation occurs after the LH surge, when the time and the conditions are right. ...Read more
It contains an egg: The follicle is a small bubble inside the ovary which contains the developing (microscopic) egg. Each cycle, as the egg develops, it is contained within the small fluid-filled follicle. This grows to about 2cm size, and at ovulation the follicle opens at the surface of the ovary, spilling out the fluid and releasing the mature egg. ...Read more
Yes: Every month, a group of eggs or follicles starts the maturing process in the ovaries. One follicle becomes the dominant or main one. It's usually about 20mm or 1 inch in size. If that egg is not released, it can continue to grow and becomes a simple cyst. These can commonly grow to several centimeters in size and occasionally very large. ...Read more
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