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Multiple cystic follicle
Hello Dr. I took a ultrasound on 7th dec it shows I have a multiple cystic follicles arranged in periphery. My right ovary is bulky and my left ovary has a 1cm hemorrhagic cyst and there is an anterior subserosal fibroid. My lmp was on 30th oct. My gynec told me to take deviry for 5 days and do tsh, prolactin and cbc tests on 2nd day of my menses. Im trying to conceive since July. I had a 4cm hemorrhagic cyst on my right ovary in july for which my gynec told me to take novelon for 2mths and it went away. Now want to conceive what should I do. Plz help me.
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You have multiple  hormone  imbalances  with estrogen  dominance which may cause difficulties  in getting  pregnant.
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Hello, You are likely to have PCOS. If you have a gained a lot of body weight then eat a healthy diet in moderation, do regular exercise to control your body weight. Visit a dietitian and follow the advised food diet plan. This will help you lose weight. Also consul a gynecologist for further management of PCOS.
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Hello. You have PCOS, it can be controlled. You may need ovulation induction. If you have put on weight, you will need to diet and exercise to lose it. Visit your gynaecologist with all reports. You can also visit my clinic in Andheri for the same
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