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    Has anybody encountered with anovulatory follicles or anovulatory haemorrhagic follicles?
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    I know it's been very long. But I have. They tend to disapear on their own, sometimes they have hiperecoic dots inside, this usually means they are responsive to PG. So if you PG the mare the folicle will be destroied and other folicles can develop. If it's not responsive you will have to wait for the next cycle.
    I usually always Pg when I encounter them.
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    Hi, thanks for the reply, i had used pg in few cases (with no hyper echoic dots) and it wasn't useful, so stopped using it. But now I'll try at least on the follicles with hyperehcoic dots.
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    Hello Rehan,

    My protocol is: when I came across them, I explain to the owner what it is and that it means we are probably going to lose this cycle. I always PG once I have decided this is an anovulatory folicle (because its not an expensive drug). I check the mare in 3 days if the folicle is still there I usually check her again in 15 days.
    To be honest I have not checked the literature about this matter in a long time, maybe there are other solutions.
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    I recently attended a seminar and apparently there is no update.
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    Thank you for your experiences, you were able to give me idea.
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    Does anovulatory bleeding look like?
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