Polycystic Ovaries

Sep 24, 2009

Patient X came to consult the gynecologist with a chief complaint of irregular menstrual cycle. She is now 19 years old. She started irregular menstreation since the age of 14- 15 years old. The last time she missed mentruation was again 3 months so she is already willing to see a doctor. The doctor ordered to undergo rectal ultrasound and complete blood count. Blood count was normal result but the ultrasound result got a bad impression.
Normal sized anteverted uterus
Slightly thickened endometrium
Polycystic Ovaries Bilateral.
Meaning there was no myometrial lesion but both ovaries contain multiple small subscapsular follicles.
The doctor ordered Duphaston 10 mg tablet. To take one tablet 2 times a day for five days. Advised to come for check up after days . The doctor said that she mut have to expect menstruation period within the 10 days after consuming 20 tablets for five days. Tomorrow is the 10th day but there was no mentruation yet. The mother is already worried and she prayed so much for her daughter. Tommorrow is the next check up.

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