I am 20 years old and have irregular periods of around 32- 35 days but sometime my cycle runs up to 45 days. I had my first time sex (unprotected) 2 months earlier.All the hpt came back negative. Report:
Urinary Bladder: urinary bladder is adequately distended with normal outline.
No mass lesion,calculus or diverticulum is noted in the urinary bladder.
urinary bladder wall thickness is normal.
No significant retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy/ascites is seen in lower abdomen.
Uterus: uterus is anteverted with normal in size(7*4.4*3cm)outline and echotexture. Endometrial thickness is 3.7mm. No obvious myometrial/endometrial pathology seen.
Both adnexae: Right ovary is normal in size,outline and echotexture.No focal lesion is seen. Right ovary measures 38mm*24mm*18mm (volume -8.6 cc)
Left ovary is normal in size,outline and echotexture. No focal lesion is seen.
Left ovary measures 34mm*31mm*14mm (volume-7.6cc)No obvious adnexal pathology is seen.
POD is clear.Scan was on 23 day of cycle
Polycystic ovary as the cause of prolonged cycle is ruled out by the scan. Other causes could be thyroid problems, high cholesterol, Cushingâs disease and disorders of adrenal gland, insulin resistance, obesity and hormone imbalance. Please consult your gynecologist regarding this as a confirmed diagnosis is not possible on net. Hope this helps. Take care!
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