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Polycystic Ovary Ultrasound
If you have polycystic ovaries ultrasound (but no other signs such as obesity, acne etc), will it make it worse if not taking birth control pill?
Not worse: Birth control pills can be used to regulate the cycles in people who have PCOS who are not cycling regularly. Not taking them will not make PCOS but the cycles will still be irregular, ...Read more
An ultraound, also known as a sonogram, is a painless and relatively inexpensive imaging test that utilizes sound waves instead of ionizing radiation. There are no side effects. Ultrasound can give us two-dimensional, and in some applications three-dimensional, images of structures and organs in virtually any part of the body. In addition to diagnostic uses, such as evaluating abnormalities in the abdomen, pelvis, and breast, ultrasounds are commonly used to guide needle and catheter placement in a variety of surgical ...Read more
Could a hormone imbalance not caused by pcos cause polycystic cysts in ovaries on ultrasound? Can the cysts resolve once hormones become balanced?
Is polycystic ovary dangerous? Both right and left ovary ultrasound findings says , multiple follicle seen..What are the possible thing dat cud happen?
Manageable: This is a condition that can be managed with medication. ...Read more
Had my ultrasound scan today and they have told me that I have polycystic ovaries, im wondering what happens next?
On ultrasound 1 ovary measures bigger then the other one, bigger one sized 32x23x22cm ,is this normal?, I also ve condition called polycystic ovaries
PCOS ovaries: PCOS ovaries are, by the usual definition, enlarged. They will not always enlarge to the same degree just like breast sizes. ...Read more
I had ultrasound showing polycystic and bulky ovaries, after one round of Clomid (clomiphene) ultrasound shows normal ovary size and no cyst, what does it mean?
I recently diagnosed with polycystic ovary cyst bilateral thru my transvaginal ultrasound. Im having hotflashes for a week now, is this related?
Not likely: Its not likely from ovarian hormones, you are still producing them and they don't fluctuate too much in pcos. U have 2x the risk of depression and anxiety closely behind. The diagnosis may have increased your anxiety. R u sleeping at night? A drug called an snri can help vasomotor sx's. You may have high Insulin and then get low blood sugar, this can cause ur sx's. Look up metformin and pcos. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Graves' (normal labs), 15.7 bmi, infrequent AF. LH-7 FSH-5 (test 4 days before AF). Ultrasound- polycystic enlarged ovaries. Dr say PCOS. 2nd opinion?
My ovaries are detected to be polycystic after a vaginal ultrasound. Could it be serious, could i be diabetic?
Polycystic is: An overused term that tends to cause patients anxiety. Most "cysts" on the ovaries are normal ovarian follicles. They get called "cysts" when they get large. Even then these simple cysts are not cancerous and come and go. So, overwhelmingly there is nothing to worry about. Diabetes may be associated with polycystic ovary syndrome but this diagnosis needs hormonal and physical exam findings. ...Read more
I am having pain inthe abdomen when pressing.had an ultrasound scanning and found polycystic ovaries.is it will be the reason.anythng to worry.
I'am 23.From my ultrasound I have a bilateral polycystic ovaries, and which 6 months from now i haven't have my period. What is your diagnose to this?
Can you tell me about polycystic ovaries? I have had a ultrasound with results... I am not over weight... Constant pain and regular periods?
PCOS : Pcos may be present in up to 30% of women. It is an Insulin resistant state that is characterized by weight gain, irregular or absent periods, hair growth, infertility and predisposition to diabetes. Check w/your gyn. Diet, exercise and weight loss will help, as will metformin which can reduce Insulin resistance and regularize menses and even fertility. Pcos seems unlikely in your case. ...Read more
4 months delayed my ultrasound result is normal uterus with late proliferative endormetrium polycystic changes,both ovaries?
I had a pelvic ultrasound today and the tech found a kidney stone, thickened uterine lining & possible polycystic ovaries. What will be the next step?
Back to dr: The doctor who ordered the scan will need to see you and consider referral for sampling of your endometrial (womb) lining and consideration of hormone panels to look into the question of poly cystic ovaries. May also need kidney function test and urinalysis to look into the stone but only if it is in the ureter. See your doctor for further assessment ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which blood tests should i do to confirm pcos...ultrasound shows polycystic ovaries..my periods are very regular and lh fsh and e2 are normal on day 3?
No Blood test...: There is no blood test specifically for PCOS. The diagnosis is based on your medical history, periods, etc. Best wishes! ...Read more
I was diagnosed with pcos awhile back , when i did the ultra sound again, it showed no evidence of polycystic ovaries.. Is that possible?
PCOS: Pcos should be diagnosed by more than just an ultrasound. Many times patients also have irregular menstrual cycles and elevated hormones like testosterone or signs of unwanted hair growth and/or acne. There are many aspects to the diagnosis. You might consider seeing a reproductive endocrinologist. ...Read more
My diagnosis shows I have all hormones under normal range. But sonogram shows polycystic ovaries. What could it be?
All ovaries: Have cysts from prior eggs that have been ovulated. This is not the same as pcos which is often a clinical diagnosis, not based upon ultrasound. ...Read more
Had ultrasound scanning and found uterus size is 13.8mm.is it mormal.am 21 old.also showed polycyctic ovaries.will it delay my periods.my date was 13t?
It's possible: for an ovary to not be visualized if it is positioned behind bowel loops. The ultrasound beam does not penetrate through bowel gas. If the ovary cannot be seen on transvaginal ultrasound, it can sometimes be successfully visualized on transabdominal ultrasound. If that fails, pelvic MRI is also useful. ...Read more
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