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Ultrasound shows prominent endometrial cavitory echoes, enlarged ovaries with central echogenic stroma. What next ?

my wife got a scanned today and the report reads as...uterus: normal in size, contour and parenchymal echo-texture. endometrial cavitory echoes are prominent, measuring 17mm in thickness... uterus measures 7.5cms x 5.0cms.x3.8cms. ovaries both ovaries mildly enlarged with central echogenic stroma and multiple small peripherally placed follicles noted.right ovary measures 4.2cms x 2.1. left ovary 4.9cms x 1.6cms. no fluid in culde-sac. Impression: polycystis features to both ovaries[for clinical correlation] prominent endometrial echoes-endometrial hyperplasia . Please tell me if there is any risk to her and what steps we should take
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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Mar 2013
Thanks for writing to us with your health concern.
Can you please upload the ultrasound scan report instead of typing it out ?
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As such, polycystic ovaries indicate a basic hormonal disorder, that results in irregular cycles and erratic ovulation.
You need to have further hormonal evaluation to confirm this diagnosis.
Take care.
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