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Irregular menstruation. Scan shows hyperechoic focus and dominant follicle. Am I ovulating?

Hi, I have not had regular menstration for a couple of years. About every 6months. I am 38. My Gyn was quiring polycystic, however results show this is not the case. What was found however is:endometruim up to 5mm a hperechoic focus of 2mm and right overy 6cc with a 23mm dominant folicle in it. Does this mean I am ovulating at the moment? I have to wait acouple of weeks to see my specialist and would like to try and understand results
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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As per your symptoms, you seem to be suffering from hormonal imbalance. You should be assessed by an infertility specialist and the cause deciphered. According to your sonographic findings, it is possible that you could be ovulating at present. If you are keen on conception, you should get treated for infrequent or absent ovulation, otherwise you may leave the condition as you are not bleeding excessively. Please get further instructions from your doctor. Good luck.
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