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What Is The Differnce Between Ovary Ovule And Ovum
Nothing: They all mean the same thing and are different words all referring to an egg. Hope this helps. ...Read more
If I have had a unilateral oophorectomy, does my remanining ovary secrete ovum every month or every 2 months?
I have a problem in my ovaries which preventing me from getting pregnant, preventing the ovum intering the oviduct, what should I do?
Reproductive doctor: The best thing is to be under the care of a reproductive endocrinologist who can help you get pregnant. ...Read more
I'm concerned about a blighted ovum diagnosis and my dr is basing everything on LMP rather than the range of when I had intercourse and conceived. I believe I conceived on or after 6/21. First ultrasound Showed nothing in my uterus or on ovaries, hCG was
U need advice?: This sounds like a complex problem, and it certainly has distressed you. I would try to arrange a visit on HealthTap prime as there is not enough space in these postings to get enough info to make a diagnosis. Also, there will probably be some back & forth that is necessary. Alternatively, seek a 2nd opinion from another Obstetrician / Gynecologist in ur area with the test results in hand. GL! ...Read more
How long is the. ..:
Figure out how many days between day one of menses until day 1 of the next. An egg is released (ovulation) approximately 2 weeks (range 10-16 days) before the 1st day of the next menses.
For example, if the cycle is 28 days (4 weeks) long, then ovulation should occur around day 14, or 2 weeks before day 1 of the next menses. ...Read more
Yes!: It has been demonstrated that If you lose your left ovary and your right tube, you can still get pregnant. A normal left tube can get an egg from the right ovary and vice-versa. Best wishes! ...Read more
Having pcos does not necessarily mean poor egg quality. To evaluate your egg quality have your doctor perform the following tests:
fsh on day 3 of your period
estradiol on day 3
these tests will tell you if you have poor quality eggs. ...Read more
Ovulation: At the beginning of the month, several eggs enter a biologic race to see which one will become the ovulated egg. The winning egg forms a balloon-like follicle on the ovary that fills with fluid. The follicle enlarges every day until at just the right time, it breaks open. The egg washes out of the follicle/ovary with the fluid and is picked up by the fallopian tube. Best wishes ...Read more
About a day or two: An egg doesn't stay fertile for long. Once it pops out from the ovary, it should be fertilized within the first two days. ...Read more
I had a partial hyster. 2yrs ago & was left with only one ovary. I continuously produce cysts but now I have one the size of an egg on it, is this bad?
Small cyst: It is normal for a small cyst to develop on the ovaries from time to time. Ovarian cysts are quite common in women during their reproductive years and may be a single cyst or many cysts. Most cysts are benign and only require monitoring. Most are cysts which develops from tissue that changes in the normal process of ovulation. They usually disappear within 6-8 weeks. ...Read more
Cn a wman gt preg is she does not menstratuate at all since birth? She has immature egg cells/ovaries. Her eggs looks like many small circles.
Had ultrasound and was told that egg was already released from one ovary and there is a big follicle seen in other ovary, what does that mean?
Infertality policistic ovary and poor egg quality how to improve its quality want to concive. Tried lots of treatment injections 5 years now?
IVF: Is the best option going forward particularly given your young age, however, your comment about poor egg quality makes it sound like you have already tried this. Ultiamtley you should consult with a board certified infertility physician. It is difficult to give a sound recommendation with limited specifics. ...Read more
Hi I m 31 year old. On 12 th day egg size is 18mm n ET is 9.4mm n rigjt ovary has cyst. Then how much chance to get pregant and when should I hv interco?
Correct timing: Natural cycle (no meds?) Start trying today and every other day for the next 4-5 days. This should eb good timing. Impossible to say what your "chance" is without knowing more about you, but chances may be as high as 20%. Good wishes. ...Read more
Treated my polycystic ovaries and I was not ovulating or releasing an egg at the time but in that time did I retain eggs?
Can we get pain when egg matures in the ovary. Have mild left lower pain which is not consistent.
Mittelshmerz: Yes. This is common and is called mittelshmerz. ...Read more
Plng for ICSI with my sister eggs, her age is 33 yrs with 2 N 1 egg in each ovary. Is this enough to become pregnant r do I need to go for anonymous
Yes and no: One egg and one sperm is enough to get pregnant. The problem with using your sister's eggs is that undoubtedly you share many genes and some of them, generally estimated as 5, are lethal recessives. So there is a good chance that it won't work or the child will have some really bad problem. Better to throw the genetic dice and pray for the best! Not easy decision! Who said life is easy! ...Read more