Many women, after hearing from the doctor of ultrasound that they have multifollicular ovaries, begin to worry. But such a conclusion of a specialist is not a reason for panic - it's just a condition in which a large number of egg rudiments starts to ripen simultaneously. Unfortunately, in some cases, ultrasound images with multifollicular ovaries and polycystosis are similar, so for the final diagnosis it is necessary to pass tests that will help determine the level of hormones.
The need for additional research is often another reason for panic in patients. At this moment it is important that a woman has a competent gynecologist who could not only correctly diagnose, but also explain what it means, because many in the doctor's office first hear the phrase "multifolllicular ovaries". What is it, know not all.
But it is desirable to understand the reasons for this feature. After all, women are often interested not only in the question of multifolllicular ovaries - what is it? They are more worried about whether this condition will affect the possibility of conception of the baby. If it is caused by a decrease in the level of luteinizing hormone, then problems are quite possible. Often, women may experience a decrease in the number of menstruations per year, or even be completely absent for six months or more. In this case, it is necessary to conduct additional studies, find out the causes of this condition and treatment aimed at normalizing the level of hormones. Correctly selected therapy will help to correct the imbalance in the body and remove the diagnosis of "multifollicular ovaries." What it is, you can soon forget.
Whatever you are diagnosed, you must first try to find out the cause of the problems. After all, not all ovarian diseases require immediate treatment. If you have ovulation with a large number of ripening follicles, then you are all right. The main thing is that one of them burst, and out of it came out an egg. Even if this is accompanied by a slight shift in the menstrual cycle, there is no reason for panic.