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Why is adv usg Pelvis scan done ?

Hello, Im 29 married weighing 72 kgs, height 5". My gync has ask me to go through Adv USG Pelvis scan. My menses are irregular. Im trying to conceive. I had a abortion done 2 yrs back. and have gone for clean up also. Is there any serious problem. Why is this scan recommended. Also can i conceive easily or will there be problem in the same. Jyoti Hello, Im 29 married weighing 72 kgs, height 5 . My gync has ask me to go through Adv USG Pelvis scan. My menses are irregular. Im trying to conceive. I had a abortion done 2 yrs back. and have gone for clean up also. Is there any serious problem. Why is this scan recommended. Also can i conceive easily or will there be problem in the same. Jyoti
Asked On : Fri, 11 Feb 2011
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if u have irregular menses then the doctors ask for normal USG Pelvis Scan ..even i had irregular periods..n after 3 yrs of marriage couldnt concieve so my gyno asked me to go for the scan.. in which they showed some ovarian cysts..which they call it as "PCOD" Polycystic ovarian disease.. dont panic ..just go for the scan ..u ll come to knw what that is.. if u also have cysts then u might be suffering from PCOD..or else if not then your irregular menses could be due to the hormonal imbalance...for which the doctor will give you some hormones instricating tablets and you periods would be regular.. and you can conceive very easily .. All the best :)
Regards, Sampada M
Answered: Fri, 5 Aug 2011
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