I had follicular size sonogram on 11th day of my cycle. My cycle normally 25-27 days. I have total 30 antral follicle counts (I'm 34 yrs old) with a dominant follicular. My doctor said the result isn't so good that I have too many antral follicle with the dominant follicular not being as big as it should have been, she thinks I'm not ovulating. I checked basal body temperature this month, and my temp did go up 2-3days after sonogram.
I looked up high antral folicle counts online, and it seems like count 30 is border line for normal and high. Could this mean I have PCOS? I never missed my period in my life so never thought I may not be ovulating.. Did anyone have high antral follicle counts? I'm so worried that this will hinder my chance to become pregnant...
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