I want to know what is the actual/ normal size of Uterous and both Ovaries?
And what are the reasons which cause to abnormal or irregular menstrual cycle.
I have got married for 7 years but still don't have any kid. Most of the doctors tell me that due to less size of Uterous i.e (6.5 X 2.5 cm ) and ovaries (left ovary size 3.6 X 3.8 cm)) and (right ovary size 3.9 X 4.2 cm )and irregulars menstrual cycles cause to prevent the pregnancy.
The normal size of uterus in cm is said to be 8cm x 6cm x 4cm. The normal size of an ovary is about 1.5 to 3 cm in width. The average size is 3 cm x 1.5 cm x 1.5 cm.
You need to get ovarian cysts ruled out because the size of ovaries is big in your case. Increase in ovary size due to polycystic ovarian syndrome, multiple polyps, etc. may lead to pregnancy complications and miscarriages.
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