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Have polycystic ovaries, bulby central echogenic stroma, multiple peripheral follicles. Meaning?

i am 24 yrs female, married on 26th apr 2012, my last periods on 3 feb 2013, consulted dr on 1st apr, scannin report says polystic ovaries, rt3.8x2.1x3.3 vol 14ml. left 3.9x2.3x2.7 vol 13ml. both bulby t central echogenic stroma.multiple peripheral follicle 5-7mm dominant follicle.. dr advissed stroma 100mg, still dint get periods, wat can be done
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Quest: Have polycystic ovaries, bulby central echogenic stroma, multiple peripheral follicles. Meaning?
In polycystic ovaries the ovulation is arrested and multiple ova are trapped in ovaries,

It happens due to multiple factors, varying from individuals to individuals

Clinicians try to stimulate the Ovaries for ovulation, so as get ripened Ovum for fertilization and this also helps to regulate hormonal balance and menstruation cycle.

You need to see your attending clinicians for further advice.

Try to meet gynecologist with specialization in infertility management.
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