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Ultrasound of pelvis shows that right ovary is mildly bulky.Am i pregnant ?

i had an ultrasound pelvis it shows that right ovary is mildly bulky and both shows few small follicles arranged peripherally in polycystic pattern dominant follicle of 16 mm seen in right ovary. Right ovary size43 *18* 29 mm, (vol 11.9 cc) an left ovary size 29 *16* 21 mm (vol 5.45 cc). free fluid : NIL Significant.. What does it mean am i safe or pregnant? I dont want to get pregnant, what should i do..
Asked On : Thu, 1 Sep 2011
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Hello ruby;
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Normally the USG of pelvis can pick up pregnancy as early as 4 weeks so if there is nothing shown in the uterus i guess you are not pregnant.Still for satisfaction you can get a urine pregnancy test done with first morning sample if you have missed your periods.The follicle on the ovaries in polycystic pattern indicate that you have probably a PCOS and it is one of the reason to get irregular periods.So consult a Gynaecologist for opinion and advice.
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