Posted 1/18/2020 11:13 AM (GMT -6)
I took some of your guys advice and got another pelvic ultrasound done. Here are the findings of that ultrasound:
FINDINGS: Uterus: Uterus measures 9.2 x 4 x 6.2 cm. No significant abnormalities.
Endometrium: The endometrial echocomplex measures 6 millimeters. It appears normal.
Right ovary: Measures 3 x 3.1 x 3.7 cm. 13-14 normal sized follicles are noted in the right ovary. Estimated ovarian volume is 17.9 cc.
Left ovary: Measures 3.9 x 3 x 2.5 cm. 13 follicles are noted in the left ovary. An involuting corpus luteum cyst measuring a maximum of 1.5 cm is present. Estimated volume is 15.4 cc.
Other: There is trace free fluid. This is felt to be physiologic. The flanks were visualized and appear normal.
IMPRESSION: Ovarian findings suggestive of PCOS. Given the presence of a corpus luteum (which may increase ovarian volume, would suggest repeat/confirmatory ultrasound evaluation during the patient's next menstrual cycle as well as correlation with the patient's clinical signs/symptoms.)
What do you all think? Also, I did end up starting the metformin. It made me very tired and have an upset tummy in the morning the first couple days. I talked to my doc and she suggested to cut back to half a pill. I am now doing that and no longer have the weird symptoms it was giving me.
Again as always thanks for all your help!