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Enlarged ovary with multiple peripherally placed follicles, central echogenic stroma, bilateral polycystic ovarian. Treatment?

hi,my both ovaries are enlarged in sizes with multiple peripherally placed follicles and central echogenic stroma.the ovaries measure right ovary: 32x16x27 mm of volume 8ml left ovary: 42x21x42 mm of volume 20 ml impression :bilateral polycystic ovarian disease . what is this means?can it can been cured?i am worried.pls help
Asked On : Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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Hello mam, polycystic ovarian syndrome is basically a hormonal disease which can interfere with conception at many levels and adversely affects metabolism of the body but at times is a silent disease without any effects. The size of your ovaries is increased definitely but I would like to know at which day of the cycle it was done also I want to know if your cycles are regular and if there is any difficulty in conception. You need to get your hormone profile done and ultrasound for ovarian volume on day 2 of cycle.
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