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The follicle is generally 18 to 24 millimeters at ovulation, according to Mainline Fertility & Reproductive Medicine, Ltd. It is not normally this size; it grows to this size before it releases the egg. Generally, only o... More »

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Ovarian follicle development proceeds independently of the menstrual cycle, and follicles therefore range from .003 millimeters to 20 millimeters on the 10th day of a cycle, according to the Global Library of Women's Med... More »

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Enlarged ovaries with peripherally arranged follicles and echogenic stroma can indicate polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), according to HealthTap doctors. PCOS is a result of a hormone imbalance due to small cysts on the ... More »

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