I had ultrasound done for irregular periods but the scan didn't show up much only that I have enlarged ovaries?

Findings. At 47, it would be very very common to have irregular periods. Your ovaries begin to work less regularly and you ovulate less often especially after age 45. This is called the perimenopause. Your physician was probably looking for a thickened endometrium as hyperplasia is common as you approach menopause.

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Had evaluation for irregular periods but the scan didn't show up much only that I have enlarged ovaries?

Q for REI. Imaging does not tell us gynecologists everything we need to know. I will refer it to some of our leading fertility subspecialists on healthtap. Thanks for asking. Read more...
Enlarged ovary. Normal ovaries vary in size from one woman to the next; cycling women the ovarian size changes at different points in the cycle, and most women the right and left ovaries are a little different. Were you told what size(s) the 'enlarged' ovaries were? Generally anything less than 5 maybe 6 cm is likely normal. Read more...