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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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Are nabothian cysts noted in a transvaginal USG a cause for concern?

i just had my transvigal ultrasound. details as follow: last menstrual period: Aug 12 ultrasound date taken: sep 2 with stimulated cycle. here are the impression: uterus is abteverted midline measuring 52.6 x38.2 x43.5mm (corpus) endometrium:has a thickness of 8.73mm isoechoic with intact subendometrial halo cervix: 29.6 x27.5 x 27mm nabothian cysts noted. right ovary: posterolateral in location measures 39.2 x29.6 x22.8mm with multiple subcapsular immature follicles measuring kess than 10mm in diameter, with a dominant follicle measuring 17.1 x 15.4 x16.3mm left ovary: lateral in location and measures 31 x 28 x 17.7mm with multiple immature follicles less than 10mm in diameter.
Tue, 11 Sep 2018
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You have polycystic ovarian disorder, please get the lab test for hormonal profile such as estrogen, progesterone, FSH, LH, Prolactin, Testosterone and blood sugar level.

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Dr. Varinder Joshi
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