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On a follicular study, ruptured. On PCOD treatment, diane. Do I need an ultrasound film?

hi my name is anuradha. i am going through a follicular study and as per the study my follicule ruptured today. now i was on a pcod treatment taking diane 35. my doctor however says that ovulation is not possible since i am on diane 35 which is a birth controli pill . Moreover, the ultrasound guys did not give me ultrasound film today on the grounds that my folicule ruptured so it is not needed. is this normal
Asked On : Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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hi mam
diane 35 is an pill for stabilising your hormonal cycle. it is true that it is not an ovulation inducer. so there should not be any rupture of follicle under normal circumstances. if the U/S report says ruptured follicle it indicates that your ovary is functional . you consult with your doctor immediately and plan your treatment accordingly.
Take care
Answered: Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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