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Pelvic ultrasound showed tiny follicles on both ovaries, advised Glycomet, Progynova. Does it mean PCOD?

hello, i got a pelvic ultrasound done last month around the 15th day of the month. my report says i have tiny follices on both the ovaries as seen in PCOD . Does it means i have PCOD? but i have had regular periods only that they are scanty for the past one year. It lasts only 1 and a half day .My doctor has put me on Glycomet and Fertyl and Progynova. We are trying to conceive.
Asked On : Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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The characteristic diagnostic finding on vaginal ultrasound in PCOD is enlarged ovaries containing multiple follicles. Though it is usually associated with symptoms like irregular periods, obesity and hirsutism, it can also present without these symptoms. Hormonal assay always shows a reversal of LH:FSH ratio, increased DHEAS levels in the body and sometimes raised insulin levels. It is the commonest cause of hormonal infertility and treatment likewise is many fold and quite effective. Please consult your doctor for further information. Good luck.
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