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Ovarian Follicle Bilaterally
If bilateral ovarian follicles shows on a ultrasound...Does that means i'm ovulating with both ovaries at the same time?
Maybe: There are usually multiple follicles on each ovary, . Usually only 1 ovary grows a follicles large enough to contain a mature egg. However once in a while a woman will make 2 large follicles and if you ovulate both will be released. That tends to happen in women as they get older or in younger women whose ovaries actually do not work as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a ovary cyst so they did another ultrasound to see if it grew and its gone but I have multiple small bilateral ovarian follicles with no cystic?
Normal finding: Ovarian follicles are where eggs develop. During a normal cycle, many eggs start to develop in these follicles until one of them (or sometimes more, in the case of twins/triplets) pops out. "popping out" is ovulation. When many follicles are seen on ultrasound, it just means they were able to see lots of them developing prior to ovulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Been having pregnancy like symptoms. Took femara about 3 weeks ago, had blood tested for progesterone day 21 level, came back .4 and had ultrasound done which showed nabothian cysts and multiple bilateral ovarian follicles, which my dr said I ovulated but
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
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
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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