Hi and thanks for the query,
The commonest cause of bilateral ovary enlargement, which must absolutely be excluded is generally a mole, or molar pregnancies.
Measuring levels of B HCG
are very important in this case to rule this out. Also, large enlarged ovaries could be due to, as indicated in the report due to polycystic ovarian syndrome
. This syndrome, left untreated could have or aggravate symptoms of thyroid disease
and at times is a risk factor for diabetes
I suggest you visit your treating gynecologist for a more comprehensive evaluation and follow up.
Thanks and best regards,