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Had transv U/S. Normal size uterus, endometrium bilateral ovaries, Polystic change. Suggestion?

I had a transv ultrasound and here s the result. Uterus: 5.0x4.7x4.1cm The Uterus is retroverted and normal in size myometrium shows homogenous echo pattern with no focal lesion seen. Endometrium: 0.45 cm hyperechoicthin With intact subendometrial halo Right Ovary: 2.5x2.5x1.8cm Left ovary: 2.5x2.0x1.6 within both ovaries are multiple small follicles measuring less than 1cm suggestive of polycystic change Cervix: Unremarkable IMPRESSION/CONCLUSION: Normal Size retroverted uterus with thin endometrium bilateral ovaries with polycystic change. What does it mean?
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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your Ultrasond rsults are normal.
Some women have polycystic ovaries (PCO)

In PCO the small cysts produce more male hormones that usual - this leads to acne and to (if you`re not on the pill) prolonged menstrual cycley. You might have a period every 2 mths instead of every month.
If you`re not looking to get pregnant you can go on an antiandrogenic pill - that would help.
PCO is quite common.

All the ebst
kind ragrds,

Answered: Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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