When i went for my last follicle scanning, i was told my follicles seem really tiny and they don't have a black centre like they should, could this mean poor egg quality? I'm so worried, this is such a heart sore, dunno how people do it! I have PCOS and struggle to lose weight, i'm overweight you see. Please, can anyone tell me what all this means, is the meds that can make the follicles and eggs grow if they don't? I am already on clomid. what can be done for me, and whats with the whole 'no black centre' thing? This is the hardest thing i've ever faced, first i was told blocked tubes, then after a procedure it seems at least one is open, we were sooo happy, now the next section of hellish procedures start, and already, not much luck!
I'm sorry to hear of all your struggles. I've never hear of anyone refer to black centers in the follicles before...but the fact that they are small (and that there are probably a lot of them) is from what I've understood fairly common when you have PCOS. Clomid is one of the drugs that can help you develop a lead follicle every month, but have your doctor talked to you about metformin? I don't personally have PCOS, so I'm no expert, but that seems to be the most common drug to treat PCOS, at least here on the U.S.
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