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Having PCOS. Ultrasound shows Right ovary 33cc and left ovary 18cc. Remove ovaries?

Hi i m 20, and have pcos . I was diagnosed over 3 years ago, and recently had another ultrasound . this ultrasound results i compared to one over 2 years ago. one is measured in cc and the other in ml which i found out 1cc equals 1ml. my right ovary was 12ml and is now 33cc my left ovary was 10ml and is now 18cc I m just wondering what exactly would be my doctors next move? I m worried about the idea of potentially having to remove my ovaries.
Asked On : Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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You are suffering from polycystic ovarian disease. Cyst size has been increased as compared to earlier.This does not mean that your ovaries should be removed There is no option of removing your ovaries at this reproductive age group.There are several other treatments like OCP and metformin regime which is very much safer.You need to consult your gynacologist for same and adjustment of doses
Answered: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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