Why is the follicle that get ruptured is not valued during the follicular study?
My question is , why that follicle which ruptured is not valued? It doesn’t have egg ?? I can’t get pregnant? I’m worried please help
Too large follicle may not have a healthy ovum.
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I have gone through your query in detail. The follicle that has ruptured is too large to be a normal ovum. Usually a mature follicle ruptures at 20-22mm size and releases an ovum. The chances of conception are there as there are multiple developing follicles. Please do not worry and do follow the instructions of your gynecologist.
Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.
Wishing you good health.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal.
Suggestive of a cyst.
A large cyst with multiple small septations are suggestive of a complex cyst. This is not likely to ovulate. The follicle on left side is also too big to ovulate.
Hope I have answered your query.
Cyst can resolve after the periods.
A cyst can resolve on its own with next 2-3 normal periods as it has happened due to a hormonal change.
You can get a repeat ultrasound scan done after your next periods to see the status of the cyst. No need to worry. Just wait for your periods.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
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