I would like to discuss fertility issue of my wife. She is 39 years old and has had PCOD. Her transvaginal ultrasonography of uterus and adnexa shows:
Uterus is bulky in size AP diameter about 4.1 cm and anteverted in position.
Inhomogeneous area is seen in anterior wall of uterus measures 9 X 10 mm.
Rest of myometrial echotexture appears normal.
Endometrial lining is about 12 mm.
Both ovaries are normal in size contain multiple follicles.
No fluid collection is seen in pelvic cavity.
Bulky uterus with fibroid or focal adenomysosis.
Also, the blood test reports are attached with this. I want to know, if there is any issue in terms of fertility and conceiving children that we need to be aware of as we started trying to have children. Kindly help.
It would be better if you would send me detailed history. Detailed scan report also needed, as in report regarding firboids and adenomyosis need to be clearly defined so better request detailed description of these pathologies from the respective sonologist or repeat scan with expertise hands. I had reviewed the reports (attachment removed to protect the patient's identity). The blood reports are not abnormal but it is better if the periods are normal and have proper ovulation. For conceiving, have sex in the fertile period of the cycle. I would suggest having tablet Folic acid 0.4 mg if the BMI is normal and does not have any chronic health issue. But in case, you ahve any chronic health issue, then it is better to resolve them and take regular treatment and take Folic acid 5 mg. I would also suggest the following:
.. that some medical issue is also going on. It is better to have a consultation with a specialist. You should have transabdominal and transvaginal scans along with complete blood count, urea, creatinine, electrolytes, liver function tests, thyroid functi Read full
.. gone through the reports (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity). Your daughter may still have polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD). She has clinical hyperandrogenism (hair loss and facial hair). Read full
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