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Hello Doctor , am 36yr old got in marriage life one and half yrs, Details of my scans and treatments below .... LMP : 7/2/2012 from day 3 had been Px Siphene 50mg twice for 5dys & Progynova 2mg for 14dys twice... Day 9 done KUB & Pelvis scan : KUB : Right Kidney measured 8.9x4.0x1.6 cms ,Left Kidney measured 8.8x3.4x1.2cms ..Cortex & collectingsystems of both kidneys appeared normal. No Calculi seen Pelvis: Transabdominal & Transvaginal sonography of pelvis done Uterus appeared antverted Uterus measured 9.5x3.2x4.1cms Endometrial cavity was difficult to asses, it appeared proliferative and approximately measured 3.6mm Adenomyotic changes noted in the myometrium . Few nabothain follicles noted in cervix Right Ovarymeasured 3.3x2.3x3.4cms (vol =13.42cc.) Left ovary measured 3.5x1.9x3.5cms (vol =12.1cc.) Both ovaries showed multiple small follicles suggestive of bilateral polycystic ovaries. Left ovary showed a developing follicle it measured 1.0x0.8x1.1cms. No adnexal mass noted , no free fluid noted , no tendreness noted. 1st cycle ....Reports Day 9 ( follicle size cms) = Rt.ovary =msf , Lt. ovary =1.0x0.8x1.1 Endometrium :type P ,Thickness 3.6 Day 11( follicle size cms) = Rt.ovary =msf largest major 0.9x0.7x0.9, Lt. ovary =msf 1.4x0.9x1.2 Endometrium :type P ,Thickness 6.5 Day14 ( follicle size cms) = Rt.ovary =msf largest major 0.8x0.6x0.9 , Lt. ovary =1.8x1.3x1.6 Endometrium :type P ,Thickness 1.0 Day 15 ( follicle size cms) = Rt.ovary =_____ , Lt. ovary =2.0x1.3x2.0 Endometrium :type ES ,Thickness 1.3 Day 17 ( follicle size cms) = Rt.ovary =msf , Lt. ovary =Ruptured CL seen Endometrium :type E ,Thickness 1.3 __________________________________________________ On day 15 : inj.Fertigyn 5000IU from day 17: px Dulphaton 2twice aday for 14days..... ___________________________________________________ 2nd cycle Reports LMP : 10/3/2012 from day 3 had been Px Siphene 50mg twice for 10dys & Progynova 2mg for 28dys twice... Day 10( follicle size cms) = Rt.ovary =1.2x1.5x1.4 , Lt. ovary = SF Endometrium :type P ,Thickness 5.3 Day 13( follicle size cms) = Rt.ovary =2.1x1.6x1.8, Lt. ovary =1.3x1.1x1.2 Endometrium :type P ,Thickness 6.7 Day15 ( follicle size cms) = Rt.ovary = 2.6x2.1x2.6 , Lt. ovary =1.4x16x1.7 Endometrium :type P(E) ,Thickness 1.0 Day 17 ( follicle size cms) = Rt.ovary = Ruptured CL , Lt. ovary =Ruptured CL seen Endometrium :type S ,Thickness 1.1 __________________________________________________ On day 13 : inj.Fertigyn 5000IU from day 17: px Dulphaton thrice aday for 14days..... _______________________________________
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Hello.
Thanks for writing to us.
Your ultrasound report is suggestive of bilateral functioning ovaries as a dominant follicle has formed in both the ovaries in second cycle and after the rupture, formation of corpus luteum is seen.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
drrakhitayal@gmail.com
Answered: Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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