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Size Of Follicle To Rapture
I have 2 follicles sized 24*15 and 23*19 and it was raptured and make CL position shown in utrasound. At this position can I conceive...
Yes: I don't have information on the medication you are taking, but if you ovulated, you are ready to conceive. ...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
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
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
An ovary is about an inch to inch and a half and contains the various follicles in various stages and sizes
hopefully an obgyn will add on! ...Read more
Small: The follicle usually reaches 18 to 20 mm when it is ready to ovulate. In the days preceding ovulation, follicles usually grow approximately 1 mm per day. Based on your number, I would guess you will be ovulating in 5 to 6 days, but this is just a guess, and it may be that you won't ovulate at all this cycle. Unfortunately it's hard to tell in advance what will happen. Would luck! ...Read more
Follicle Size: When we do IVF we like to see at least four follicles over 18-20mm in size. But we often get many more mature oocytes from smaller follicles. In fact, the best predictor of multiple birth risk is the number of follicles that are 10-15mm, and not simply the larger follicles. ...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
Ovulation: Generally speaking of follicle is able to rupture and emit the eighth at approximately 18 mm or greater. Nature is funny and full of variability and some sure there are follicles that rupture at an even smaller size and sometimes we see follicles as big as 30 mm that then ovulate spontaneously. I hope this helps. ...Read more
Is it possible to ovulate a week after ovidrill shot or is it truely a 24-48 hour process.... Follicle size was 16, next day took shot...?
Result of my follicular scan shows follicles of the following sizes; 1.54x1.33, 1.96x1.76, 0.92x1.07, 0.90x0.64 all in cm. Pls what are their sizes in mm?
1 cm = 10 mm: To convert from centimeters (cm) to millimeters (mm), just multiply the cm by 10. That means: 10 x cm = mm. ...Read more
After the shot: About 36-40 hours after the Ovidrel shot. ...Read more
Follicle size: If your wife has a normal 28 day cycle, she will be ovulating shortly. A follicle is considered mature if it reaches 16mm, and the growth rate is approx. 3 mm/day. So if your wife would ovulate within the next 48 hrs the size seems OK, and there is a good chance of conception. ...Read more