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Medline endometrial thickness and dominant follicle is seen in right ovary

ei m 30 yrs old last month i had gone for sonography of abdomen and pelvic in which endometrial echo is seen in midline and measures 5mm in thickness & a 14mm dominent follicle is seen in right ovary what does it means . & also my periods are very light only spotting occurs i want to know is there anything serious
Asked On : Wed, 31 Aug 2011
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Please provide details about your periods. How many days is it usually for. Since when did it change. You have probably gotten this scan a few days after your periods have stopped. The thickness of the uterus inner lining is quite normal and there is a follicle which will ovulate soon when it becomes around 20mm. You need to get your Thyroid hormones checked if your periods are irregular. Also get LH/FSH ratio done. From the scan nothing is confirmatory of any problem as yet. It would be better to get further investigated ti rule out PCOD and Thyroid problems.
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