USG or ultrasound follicular study is an imaging procedure that uses ultrasound test to create an image of the uterus, and ovaries using an endovaginal ultrasound transducer. This test is done in order to study the follicular activities, detect any abnormal lesions, and to guide the procedures for treatment.
Why get tested?
USG follicular study is done in order to:
Assess the size of ovarian follicles, and their time of ovulation.
Detect abnormal structures such as lesions in the ovaries or the uterus.
Assess the functioning of the female reproductive system.
To guide vitro fertilization or other assisted reproduction procedures
This test includes
Ultrasound Follicular Study
This scan is usually carried out from the second day of the mensuration. The individual coming for the scan might be asked to empty their bladder before the test. Also, they might be asked to wear clothes that are comfortable in nature. If any tablets are prescribed to taken before the test, the individual should consume the tablets.