Transvaginal Ultrasound Examination Results To Check The Egg?

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Tonight, I’m 25 years old. I have been married for 1.5 years but I have not been pregnant. I have menstrual disorders, it hasn’t finished 11hr and the blood volume isn’t small. This is the first time I’ve experienced it, because previously I was normal cyclical. Finally I went to the doctor and recommended for transvaginal ultrasound. As a result the doctor said I was just having a hormonal disorder but my egg cells were small or PCOS. From the ultrasound results below there is a ket. 1. L 0.97cm2. L 2,73cm3. L 2.30cm d 2.71cm l 0.00cm Is that the size of the egg? Is it true that I have PCOS? Please answer yes, thank you …

1 Answer:

Good morning, thanks for the question

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a collection of symptoms caused by an imbalance of androgen and estrogen hormones in the body. Androgen hormones are not only owned by men, but women also have small amounts of androgen hormones. When androgen hormone levels are excessive in women it will affect the reproductive system. PCOS causes egg cells to be small and so large that nothing is mature enough to be fertilized by sperm cells.

Clinical criteria of PCOS if the following conditions are found:

1. Irregular menstruation or no menstruation at all
2. Signs of hyperandrogenism such as acne and excessive hair growth
3. On transvaginal ultrasound examination looks small egg cells

In your case it is possible that the description above depicts small-sized eggs in accordance with PCOS suspicion. PCOS causes the most fertility disorders in women so it needs to be treated in women who want to get a pregnancy.
The goals of treatment in cases of polycystic ovary syndrome vary, including overcoming infertility, menstrual regulation, controlling symptoms of hyperandrogenism such as excessive hair growth and acne, or overcoming insulin resistance depending on the needs of the sufferer.

The choice of therapy is indicated based on clinical symptoms and whether to plan for pregnancy in the near future. In the case of wanting a pregnancy, therapy is indicated to trigger the maturation and release of the egg so fertilization can occur. Besides drug therapy it is also important to make lifestyle modifications such as weight reduction and exercise along with consistent dietary modifications.

That's all, hope you can help.
Wassalam.

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