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    Do non-dominant follicles in ovary disappear after ovulation?

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Posted on Tue, 31 May 2016 in General Health
Question: Dear Doctor
You have recently answered my previous question about follicles. Pl help me with additional query as below :

 when do the other non-dominant follicles disappear. Immediately after ovulation or during period?
I ask this because the follicles were still there during repeat scan also.
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XXXXX
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Answered by Dr. S Patra 1 hour later
Brief Answer:
Non-Dominant follicles don't disappear soon after ovulation.

Detailed Answer:
Hello Dear,

Thanks for writing back to me. Followings are my comments:

1) Non-dominant follicles DON'T disappear or die soon after ovulation. They will disappear gradually over the time till your period date. It is a biological process.

2) When a new cycle begins, they will start to grow again and compete each other for maturation and one becomes dominant under the influence of FSH and estrogen.

Hope, I have cleared your confusion. If you don't have any other query, you can close the discussion. Good luck and take care.

For future query, you can directly approach me through

http://doctor.healthcaremagic.com/Funnel?page=askDoctorDirectly&docId=63326

Regards,
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