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Ultrasound results shows bulky ovaries, cysts, sharp pain and bowel movement. Explain

Got my ultrasound results back but want explained to very well. Said I have bulky ovaries 16c 3cm cyst in right ovary . Have Very painful periods lasts one day. Sharp pain when peeing and bowel movements. What does this mean and what do I do. Have had abnormal paps every six mons. Having unprotected sex w husband no pregnancies. Does it affect conception?
Asked On : Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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Bulky ovaries are usually seen in polycystic ovarian disease.There is insulin resistance which imbalances the hormones and interferes with ovulation.You have to get hormonal tests done like FSH , LH , Prolactin , testosterone , oestradiol , progesterone and thyroid function tests.The treatment is medical as well as surgical.Medical treatment is done with metformin.Surgical is called laparoscopic ovarian drilling.The choice depends upon your doctor.Yes it can affect conception so it is better to treat it as early as possible.Diet control and exercise play major factor in controlling bulky ovaries.
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