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Follicular Monitoring Day 9
My wife's last cycle was delayed & was induced by 5 day course of Mendate15. She was tested negative for pregnancy. She was having Duphaston regularly since last 6-8 months but missed taking the medicine last month & menses got delayed. Doc suggested to have follicular study done. On 9th day of study it says "B/L PCOD. Both ovaries have small cysts/follicles of 5-6 mm & endometrium 4.8 mm". Have been asked to come again on 11th Day. What is B/L PCOD? Is the size of follicle too small? We are trying to conceive. Doc has asked to continue Duphaston from Day11-26 of cycle. Will it help?
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Consultation with a gynaecologist is advisable
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B/L PCOD means bilateral polycystic ovarian disease. Follicles are small.. You can continue taking duphaston. Follow your obstetrician advice 
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