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    follicle rupture

    hello friends....im going infertility treatment.doctor is doing fs every month.np pbm in that every month my egg ruptures.but this month egg didnt rupture so doctor put injection.yet size is decreased but didnt rupture yet.doc told sometimes follicle will decrease and rupture.she told there is some free fluid.what is that?this any pbm?plz help me...im confused


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    Re: follicle rupture

    hi plz help me

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    Re: follicle rupture

    Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled, sac-like structures within an ovary. The term cyst refers to a fluid-filled structure. Therefore, all ovarian cysts contain at least some fluid.
    Ovarian cysts form for numerous reasons. The most common type is a follicular cyst, which results from the growth of a follicle. A follicle is the normal fluid-filled sac that contains an egg. Follicular cysts form when the follicle grows larger than normal during the menstrual cycle and does not open to release the egg. Usually, follicular cysts resolve on their own over the course of days to months. Cysts can contain blood (hemorrhagic or endometrioid cysts) from injury or leakage of tiny blood vessels into the egg sac. Occasionally, the tissues of the ovary develop abnormally to form other body tissues such as hair or teeth. Cysts with these abnormal tissues are called dermoid cysts.
    Most cysts are never noticed and resolve without women ever realizing that they are there. When a cyst causes symptoms, pain in the belly or pelvis is by far the most common one. The pain can be caused from rupture of the cyst, rapid growth and stretching, bleeding into the cyst, or twisting of the cyst around its blood supply.
    Most cysts are diagnosed by ultrasound, which is the best imaging technique for detecting ovarian cysts. Ultrasound is an imaging method that uses sound waves to produce an image of structures within the body. Ultrasound imaging is painless and causes no harm.



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    Re: follicle rupture

    oh thanks....but i dont have pcod(ovarian cysts is pcod i think)....my egg realises normally every month.this is the first time

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    Re: follicle rupture

    plz help me

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    Re: follicle rupture

    Nithya, sometimes it happens and only due to that women get delayed periods.But The cycle of a woman is highly related to her mind.So be stressfree.
    If you don't mind, ask your doctor and stop these treatments for 2-3 months and have good diet and walking .You may get pregnancy in this time itself.

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    Re: follicle rupture

    Quote Originally Posted by sspriya View Post
    Nithya, sometimes it happens and only due to that women get delayed periods.But The cycle of a woman is highly related to her mind.So be stressfree.
    If you don't mind, ask your doctor and stop these treatments for 2-3 months and have good diet and walking .You may get pregnancy in this time itself.
    ya thats crt...doctor whom i consulted first asked me to do that.but sudden stop made my periods irregular so only

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    Re: follicle rupture

    Quote Originally Posted by nithyarajesh19 View Post
    ya thats crt...doctor whom i consulted first asked me to do that.but sudden stop made my periods irregular so only
    If so, you continue the medicines alone not the scan.And also go for a regular walk.

    வாழ்க வளமுடன் .of course இனிய மனதுடன்

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    Re: follicle rupture

    Quote Originally Posted by sspriya View Post
    If so, you continue the medicines alone not the scan.And also go for a regular walk.
    il do that.....normally before and after marr my periods are always regular once after i started treatment and then sudden stop made my periods irregular.my fs and hsg and other tests are normal.my doc suggests lapro.it is better to do now?is it neccessary?

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    Re: follicle rupture

    Yeah nithya.Nothing to worry about doing lapro.Of course by doing this they will pierce the pcos.Then you have to continue medicines till you get pregnant.

    வாழ்க வளமுடன் .of course இனிய மனதுடன்

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