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|Ultrasound scan of pelvis
Urinary bladder is well distended and echofree lumen . No calculus/diverticulum . Wall thickness normal
Uterus is anteverted. measuring 6.5 * 3.3*4.7 cms
Uterine myometrium normal
No evidence of fibroid
Endometrium -6.5 mm cavity empty
Right ovary -3.5 * 1.7 cms
Left ovary- 2.5*2.0 cms
Both ovaries show multiple small cysts ranging in size frm 2-4mm
No adnexal mass
POD-No free fluid
Bilateral polycystic ovaries
re: Bilateral polycystic ovaries by Dr J S Chowhan - Mar 31st, 2013 10:10 am
Dr J S Chowhan
PCOS or Bilateral polycystic ovaries is most effectively treated by treating the root insulin resistance that produces PCOS. This could include consistently after a healthy plan of weight-loss, exercise, a well-balanced diet and medication.
By the majority of the gynecologist the medication utilized to treat insulin resistance is known as metformin, which assists your body to higher use insulin and can assistance to establish normal ovulation and regular menstrual cycles.
Treatment can also include medication, generally oral contraceptives, to address irregular periods. Oral contraceptives contain female hormones that suppress testosterone levels. Infertility may be addressed with medications that stimulate ovulation. Associated diseases, for example diabetes and coronary disease also need to be treated.
Their list of treatments mentioned in a variety of sources for Pcos includes the following. Always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.
Oral contraceptives - suppresses ovulation.
Antidepressants - if you find also depression.
Antihypertensives - if you have high blood pressure.
Anti-cholesterol medications - when there is high-cholesterol.
Ovarian drilling - a form of laparoscopic surgery.
Wedge resection of the ovaries
Fertility-improvement treating PCOS:
Injectable fertility medications
Insulin-sensitizing medications - certain diabetes pills; helps ovulation by controlling insulin.
Metformin - helps insulin sensitivity
Steroids - lowers androgen levels.
Low-dose aspirin - might help pregnancy by reducing uterine clotting.
Decline in levels of insulin
Restoration of love and fertility
Treatments for hirsutism or acne
Restoration of standard menstruation, and protection against endometrial hyperplasia and endometrial cancer
So in summary we want to advice you to take advice of your gynecologist and start with medical management of PCOS.
J S Chowhan
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