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What Does It Mean To Have Follicles On Your Ovaries
See below: This depends on what cyst and in what organ. Usually, though, a heterogenous area in a cyst may mean a solid nodule component, an area of debris containing proteinaceous or hemorrhagic materials, or septations. This is a nonspecific description and more information would be helpful. ...Read more
Same As Other Areas: Pimples are blocked or infected sweat and oil glands or hair follicles. If they are red and painful, you may need treatment. Otherwise, wash with soap and water, rinse well, and dry. Do not squeeze them. Do not use acne creams on them, as the skin on your penis and testicles are more sensitive than other areas and it could cause severe dryness, cracking and infection. ...Read more
Difficult to say: Unfortunately, "glittery areas" is too vague to provide a definitive answer. It could refer to an epiretinal membrane of the central retina or to a peripheral retinal degeneration. If you received this term from your eye doctor, certainly call her/him and ask her/him to clarify her/his finding. ...Read more
Many cysts: It simply means there are multiple cysts on your ovary. If cysts are small, it can be a normal finding. It can also be seen with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). By itself, it doesn't mean too much but may have significance in the context of another diagnosis such as PCOS. If the cysts are grapefruit sized, surgery may be necessary. Best wishes! ...Read more
Red lesions: Discoloration of the vaginal skin can be normal or a sign of an infection. If this is a new finding, an examination by an obgyn is recommended ...Read more
Ovarian reserve: Ovarian reserve is medical-speak for 'how young or how old do your ovaries feel, ' regardless of your actual age. 'low' or 'diminished' refers to ovaries that are getting tired, where fertility may be reduced. There are different ways to test ovarian reserve that don't always agree; also testing rarely guarantees you 'will' or 'won't' get pregnant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Kidney shadow: You need to ask the physician (p) who ordered the test this question. I do not know what test was ordered or why it ordered. Speak to the p who ordered the test for an answer to your question as the p knows the patient the best and can give a meaningful differential diagnosis. ...Read more
Then call your: Doc tomorrow and make him or her explain it because it totally depends on what kind they are how big they are and your situation , if your doctor will not explain it then get a copy of your ultrasound report and see a diff doc for a 2nd opinion. ...Read more
Possible cysts: Your ovaries will not exactly be of the same size. Whether there may be a growth or cysts on your ovaries, these factors will impact size. As long as you still have ovaries, they will still be producing hormones for another 10 years and therefore, will be susceptible to having cysts. Cysts are normal to have to a certain extent. It's one of these cysts that rupture to release an egg: ovulation. ...Read more
Abnormal pap smear: You need to closely follow till it clears up. ...Read more
Eval: I am sorry, but the description is to vague to venture even a guess. Why not have it evaluated by your physician or your opthamologist. ...Read more
Please: Consider having an adult or someone who is at least 16 years old ask this question for you. You need to be at least 16 years old to post questions on Healthtap. Thanks. ...Read more
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