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Follicular Cyst

A follicular cyst is also called a functional cyst or a benign ovarian cyst. A follicular cyst occurs due to an unruptured egg from the follicle of the ovary during ovulation, and it grows to form a cyst. Follicular cysts can be single or multiple. Follicular cyst gets cured on its own within three months.

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I have red lumps behind palatopharyngeal arch. What is it?

Query: Hello doctor, I recently noticed white little lumps on the spots at the back of my throat, one behind palatopharyngeal arch which is a red lump and another on the back of my throat each side with red bumps and white little things on them. What is it? I do not know how long I had it. I do not drink ...  Read Full »

Dr. Mehak Agarwal

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I have seen the picture. (attachment removed to protect patient identity). The red bumps with white little things on them at the back of the throat (behind the palatopharyngeal arch) are called lymphoid granules. These are lymphoid tissues that are normally present. Ho...  Read Full »

Is it normal to find a 20 mm follicle on the fifth day of menstruation?

Query: Hi doctor, I am a female weighing 143 lbs and my height is 5'6". A 20 mm follicle was found on day five of menstruation, what does it mean? I had cramp since day four till day six. Last month 5.7 mm hemorrhagic cyst was found on left ovary during day three but this month it got disappeared and now 2...  Read Full »

Dr. Purushottam Sah

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I have read and understood your problem. Are your periods regular? Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) , prolactin, hemoglobin (Hb), total count (TC), differential count (DC) levels and cancer antigen (CA125) are all normal. Ultrasound of pelvis suggests follicular cy...  Read Full »

I have not had periods despite taking medications. Why?

Query: Hi doctor, I got married last month. Since my period date was clashing with my wedding date, I had to take some medicine in order to postpone my period. My normal period cycle is 27 or 28 days, but in the last few months due to stress and exertion, I had been getting my period 5 or 6 days early. So,...  Read Full »

Dr. Mavani Jimesh Himatbhai

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I have read and understood your query. Let me explain you that you do not have any major problem and you will get relieved by the treatment itself. Yes, you can have intercourse now at least. You have taken Deviry (Medroxyprogesterone) for five days. Actually, you s...  Read Full »

Do my reports indicate an ectopic pregnancy?

Query: Hi doctor, I have attached my report. Can you please have a look and let me know is it a cyst or an ectopic pregnancy?  Read Full »

Dr. Sameer Kumar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I have checked the reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Though the follicles in the left lower side are those of an ovarian follicle, I am afraid it cannot be commented upon accurately with serum beta-hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) levels. ...  Read Full »

My wife has a subserosal fibroid. Please suggest.

Query: Hi, My wife has regular periods. All tests are normal. Her follicle develops into a big cyst every month. Doctor says it is because of subserosal fibroid. Is this correct?  Read Full »

Dr. Richa Agarwal

Answer: Hi, Welcome to You should consult a gynaecologist and get her hormonal profile done to rule out other causes if any. Follicular cyst may be because of PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Disease) or it may be because of subserosal fibroid and also it can be because of hormonal changes. Sub...  Read Full »

My follicles turn into cysts. Will it affect my fertility?

Query: Hello, I have been trying to get pregnant. Follicle checking has been done on the 10th day and three follicles were detected 19 cm, 14 mm, 13 mm, and endometrium development of 5.3 mm. On the 12th day 24.5 mm, 20 mm, 14.5 mm, and endometrium development of 6.2 mm remark triple line respectively. Th...  Read Full »

Dr. Uzma Arqam

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Kindly answer the following questions: 1. How long have you been trying for conception? Kindly attach the investigations, treatment, and medications records. 2. Have you been on Folic Acid 0.4 mg daily? 3. Do you have a history of recurrent miscarriage or any chro...  Read Full »

Do I need to worry about my pelvic scan reports?

Query: Hi doctor, I am currently awaiting a call from my doctor on my ultrasound results. However, I am concerned about my ultrasound report and I am impatient now. The radiologist's notes on my pelvic ultrasound were as follows. CX appears WNL AS VIS. ENDOM appears thickened, complex with increased vascul...  Read Full »

Dr. Vivek Chail

Answer: Hi, Welcome to have read through your query in detail. Please find my observations below. The cervix appears normal. This is the mouth of the uterus and is normal. The inner layer of the uterus is called the endometrium. It is thickened but there is no measurement given. It is also d...  Read Full »

Are cervical polyps harmful?

Query: Hello doctor,Can polyps cyst in the right ovary, if not removed, may convert into cancer? The size of the follicular cyst is 25 mm, and 24 mm when noted. What should I do?  Read Full »

Dr. Sugreev Singh

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Actually, polyps and cysts are both different things. The cyst will not convert into any concern or abnormal growth. But polyp is an abnormal growth of tissue that can be benign, which is not harmful. You have a polyp in the cervix, which is the opening of the uterus...  Read Full »

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