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Test shows enlarged ovaries. Diagnosed as polycystic ovary. Which type of problem will it cause in future?

sir my LMP report is-----both ovaries are enlarged in size measuring Rt. ovary 51*25*23mm=16cc and Lt. ovary 51*32*21mm=18cc. in volume.multiple small 5-6mm size subcortical cysts are seen on both ovaries s/o polycystic ovaries. endometrium is 6.2mm and hypoechoic. please sir tell me what is the problem.and in future which type problem its create and solution also.
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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Apr 2014
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According to reports you have bilateral polycystic ovarian disease(PCOD).
It is suggested by enlarged both ovaries and multiple small follicles arranged at periphery in both ovaries .
PCOD should be confirmed by clinical correlation and biochemical markers like hormonal assay for PCOD.
PCOD is a curable disease and mostly it is treated by medicines.Surgical intervention is required in very few cases.
There shouldn't be any problem in conception after treatment.
You should consult your gynecologist.
Hope i have answered your query.

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Dr.Indu Bhushan
Answered: Mon, 9 Jun 2014
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