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Ovary Multiple Small
Normal: Normal ovaries have multiple immature follicles. By itself, this is a normal finding. In fact, it is one way you know you are looking at an ovary when you do ultrasound. Best wishes! ...Read more
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.
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''both ovaries show multiple small 4-6 mm predominantly peripherally placed follicles with increased stromal echogenicity likely pcod. Pod is clear''?
No: Ultrasound is only 1 part of a pcos diagnosis: you must also have irregular periods, and must have some evidence of excess androgen (usually high testosterone in blood, though it may vary.) if you have both these things, and if the ultrasound is as described, then it is likely you do have pcos. ...Read more
Am 23, my us scan say"both ovaries show multiple small follicles along the periphery with increased central stroma- subtle poly cystic ovarian pattern?
Probably: But if you have regular periods, not a problem ...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
My u/s pelvis shows right ovary with multiple small follicles arranged in periphery with central echogenic stroma apparently right polycystic ovary?
Suggestive of PCO: Your sonographic findings are suggestive of PCO but may not be entirely or necessarily diagnostic for PCO unless the ovarian volume was larger than normal, the multiple follicles numbered 10 to 12 and they measured 5 to 10 mm in diameter. ...Read more
MRI shows my left ovary has cystic structure w/ adjacent contiguous cysts and small follicles. Right ovary has multiple small follicles. Is this pcos?
I have done pelvic scan, my both ovaries contains multiple small follicles, rv uterus measures 5.9*3.7 cm, endometrial thickness is 7 mm, what does meamt?
No worries, normal: The scan you describe is normal. They describe the ovaries as normal (having multiple follicles versus a mass etc.). The uterus is normal size and it is rv which stands for retroverted. That means it is tilted toward the back of your pelvis and is otherwise not important (its just the way you're built). The endometrium is the lining of your uterus and the thickness measurement is also normal. ...Read more
Could I have PCOS but normal blood work? I have 3 cysts on left ovary and multiple small follicles on right ovary. Also complete septate uterus.
PCOS: PCOS has both laboratory and physical findings usually associated with it. Normal blood work results do not rule out PCOS. ...Read more
Hi... What is the meaning of "both ovaries show multiple peripheral small cysts with dense central stroma" is this serious? 34 yrs old. Female.
Not worrisome: The radiology report is describing the appearance of polycystic ovaries. If you have irregular periods, problems with weight gain, acne or unwanted hair growth - then you may have polycystic ovarian syndrome. Remember that in reproductive age women (who are not on birth control)the ovary's job is to make eggs (which grow in cysts) every month and so some cysts are normal, not problematic. ...Read more
What does this mean? Impression normal pelvic ultrasound. The ovaries are normal, multiple small follicles are present bilaterally, largest 1.4 CM lt.
Ultrasound shows enlarged ovaries with multiple tiny follicles, small uterus with broad cervix. Trying for baby but could not. Please advise........
PCOS: You should be evaluated for polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Women with PCOS can have significant and very serious health problems, including not being able to conceive, as well as very significant increased risk of developing diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, depression and endometrial cancer. ...Read more
I have echographic strutures around my legfe ovary. I have 2 small cysts as well. 3 months ago I had a 15cm endometric cyst taken out. Is this ok?
Probably: If the ehogenic structures are on the same side that the 15cm endometrioma was removed it is likely they are post-surgical changes. Sometimes a f/u ultrasound in 3 -6 months is helpful to see if they are stable. Best wishes! ...Read more
Normal findings...: If you've never been pregnant or its been awhile since you were, your uterus can be quite small. Ovaries are sometimes just hard to find. They are small and not in a fixed location so they hide behind bowel gas, stool, or other structures in the pelvis. Small ovaries are hardly ever diseased. Its the enlarged ovaries we tend to worry about and they are easier to see. Best wished! ...Read more
Probably: As long as you are having monthly cycles, the size of the ovaries doesn't matter. Your age, does slightly increase the difficulty with conceiving, but the size of the ovary doesn't matter, as long as the cycles are regular. ...Read more
Potentially yes.: If your ovary is functional and producing the necessary hormones and your other reproductive organs (most notably your uterus) are able to support a pregnancy, then you can get pregnant with only one small ovary. That being said, a small ovary can be the result of a medical/hormonal problem that may prevent pregnancy. It's tough to tell definitively without further testing. ...Read more
May be normal: With your age and complaints, an ultrasound is reasonable to do. Most of those findings sound normal however, or at least not specifically indicating a clear problem. Sometimes increased stroma can be seen in polycystic ovarian syndrome, which does not always have cysts present! In pcos usually more follicles are seen. I am sure your physician will follow up after the test. ...Read more
Should I be bleeding three months after I had my left ovary taking out still have right 1 too small is what the dr said the did the sugryer?
No: Check it out with your doctor.Get a more detailed answer ›
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?
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
Have pof my last scan was a year ago had another one today an my ovaries r small but look better and now they want to do more bloodd is this bad?
No it's more info: The blood tests help determine how well your ovaries are doing making hormones. It's a different and perhaps more accurate way to know how you're ovaries are functioning. ...Read more
Had a small cist on my ovary months ago havnt been back 2get scan 2 see if it has gone. Had no pain or nothing should I go back to get a ultra sound?
Yes: Your doctor ordered it for a reason. Just because the one cyst is gone, there may be more, and there may be other things that need a second look. Following a logical course (which this is) is in your best interest. ...Read more
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
Dr., I can feel a small lump in the left where my ovary is. I just noticed this yesterday and it's making me worried. It's kinda painful when I press it.
Blood when voiding is most commonly due to a UTI - urinary tract infection, and it is also associated with pain in the lower abdomen.
A simple urine test in a doctor's office can help with the diagnosis. Treatment of a simple uncomplicated infection consists of a 3-5 day course of oral antibiotics. ...Read more
If I cant have my period because I have small uterus how can I have babies but I do have ovaries?
Uterine malformation: When you say "small uterus" does this mean you were evaluated and told there was a problem with how your uterus was formed? Do you only have one horn or is the uterus absent? If your ovaries are functioning you are able to harvest eggs and have a biological child with a surrogate. Exploration and answers best received from a reproductive endocrinologist. ...Read more