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    Pelvic Ultrasound question
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    Anon_28855 posted:
    Hi,

    I am not necessarily TTC I just have a question until I hear back from my reproductive endocrinologist who is helping me determine how far away from menopause I am. She sent me for a pelvic ultrasound because I was having clotty periods. Lo and behold they found a uterine polyp. The ultrasound tech also remarked several times on how good my ovaries looked. Is that a good indicator that my ovarian reserve is good? I am scheduled to go for FSH and estradiol level testing once I get my period next week. I am in a little bit of shock here lol I'm 46 years old and thought my ovaries would not be in that great of shape fertility wise.


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