I had a scan to check pcos
The results showed right ovary pco but with one dominant follicule about 9mm I think nurse said I may ov in a week! The left ovary was not pco anymore it had ten small follicules
So is it Likely that I will ovulate? Bearing in mind I haven't had a period in two years!!
Last scan six months ago showed just pcos so things have changed since then! Is there anything else I can do to improve my chances?
Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that you may ovulate, but the dominant follicle is pretty small--we would like to see it closer to 20 in diameter. If you were my patient, I would start you on metformin and clomid or femara to help you ovulate. Prior to that i would evalute your thyroid, prolactin and fsh levels. I would probably also try to induce a period with progesterone. If you are overweight, weigh loss is often helpful Hope this helps! Dr B
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