The Cause Of The Size Of The Ovaries Are Small?
Afternoon docI want brtanya level HSG. I am 23 years old and have been married for more than 2 years and have not been given a fortune ank … initially I want to get an uterine uterus I want to know if I have a cyst or etc., but after meeting my doctor I was advised to check the genital ultrasound first and to show that my ovaries are small and small. I have to check the HSG, but I don’t have the right to check hsg and I don’t know now whether I have an urge or a cyst etc. My question: – What is the reason for the occurrence of small ovaries? – Is it difficult to get pregnant? – My BB 47.2 should be reduced by my BB if ideallyrimaksih mhon info 🙂
For fertilization to occur, eggs and sperm cells are needed. The condition of the egg can be seen one of them by ultrasound examination. Mature eggs are normally around 18-23mm. Smaller eggs can be affected by the following conditions:
Thyroid disorders Hormonal disorders: disturbances in the hormones FSH, LH, progsterone, and estrogen Polycystic ovary syndrome Failure of premature ovaries Small egg cells can indeed make fertilization difficult. But doctors also need to make sure again whether there are other factors that can complicate fertilization in addition to a small egg cell or not. If anything else is within normal limits, the doctor can provide treatment to improve the quality of the egg. But if there are other complications, the doctor will provide additional treatment in accordance with the results of the examination.
One of the checks that can be done is with HSG. HSG is done to see the condition of the fallopian tubes, uterus, and the surrounding area by providing contrast through the vagina and then X-rayed. With HSG, it can be seen whether the fallopian tubes are blocked or not. Normally patent / unclogged fallopian tubes. If the fallopian tubes are blocked, of course the egg will not be able to meet the sperm cells and fertilization is difficult to occur.
For the time being, I suggest that you control back to the obstetrician who is examining you and as much as possible following the doctor's orders to do HSG, yes. If you want a pregnant program, it's good for your husband to also be examined for fertility. After conducting a series of examinations and making sure you and your husband's condition, your doctor can provide treatment and pregnancy programs that are more appropriate for you and your husband.
Some tips you can do:
Keep your ideal weight, for your ideal BB you must first know your height. You can calculate your body mass index with a BMI calculator which is widely available on the internet, yes Eat healthy and nutritionally balanced meals Get enough rest Regular exercise Have intimate relationships routinely 3-4x / week Hope that can help you,