left ovay is bulky with multiple cyst ,Endometrial thikness-likely polyo
My TVS report say:-
Endometrial thikness is 13.3 mm.it is hypoechoic. there is an about 14.3x13.6x9.9 mm well defined echogenic area seen within it- likely polyp. No collection seen within the uterine cavity.
ADNEXAE: the left ovary is bulky within at multiple cystic areas having fine internal echos seen within it, largest measuring 29x22mm
right ovary is normal in size shape and sonographic appearance no evidance of any ovarian mass or cyst is seen
Please sugest the treatment do i need to go for laproscopy what could be the problam actually please suggest.
I am 6 yr married and not had concived praganacy as yet.
The endometrial polyp needs to be removed, as it may be the cause causing difficulty in conceiving. Also the possibility of polycystic ovaries needs to be ruled out, by doing hormonal assay. Thereafter a systematic treatment plan will help you to conceive.
Hope this helps.
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