It means you're about to ovulate.
If this is in your body, are you really going to accept the explanation you get from some anonymousweirdo on the internet ??PLEASE . . . discuss it with your doctor, and keep discussing until you completely understand what he'stalking about.
It is a false statement. The word "oval" is derived from ova = egg, as is the word "ovary". But an ovary is only very approximately oval-shaped.
A real doctor, preferably a gynecologist, is the best person to answer that question. As for me, I'm pretty sure it indicates something.
Assuming you haven't been through menopause yet, it's a good thing! Follicles form normally when you ovulate...they will always show up in an ultrasound of your ovaries. When they do these, they also look for ascites which is a fluid that builds up around ovarian tumors...sounds like your scan was normal...I have them done every 3 months due to a family history of ovarian cancer and have done lots of research to understand my test results.
In Botany, the pistil is the female organs of a flower, comprising the stigma, style, and ovary. The anther is the part of a stamen that contains the pollen.
A dominant follicle in the left ovary simply means that that particular follicle is responsible for releasing the egg for sterilization. The follicle that is not dominant will return the egg back to the ovary.
back to normal menstrual bleeding
A dominant follicle on the left ovary that measure 21X25 mm is a follicular cyst that is also called a common cyst. No pelvic ascites means that there is no free fluid in the pelvis.
Ovarian Follicle of the Ovary
the hair follicle is a skin organ that produces hair.
in the Vesicular (Graafian) follicle
A saclike structure located inside the ovary.
ovary and testis