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Follicular study shows follicles in ovary which are ruptured and has free fluid. Meaning? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 08-Oct-2013
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User:Hello doctor...
Doctor: How can I help you?
Doctor:Hello, Please go ahead with your question
User:I have a gynic query...
Doctor:You can go ahead
User:my follicular study shows that on day 18 i have follicles in left ovary which are ruptured and has free fluid... i wanted to know what does this mean...
Doctor:ruptured follicle on day 18 means that the egg from your left ovary is released and if you have hod regular intercourse between day 10 till day 18, there is a possibility of conception
Doctor:Some minimal free fluid will be there after the follicle rupture, that is not a big deal
User:are there chances to conceive if intercourse is done on day 16th and day 17th?
User:or can we have intercourse from today?
Doctor:Yes there is still chance of conception
Doctor:and yes
Doctor:you should continue intercourse till 20th or 21st day
User:ok, thank you doctor...
Doctor:occasionally eggs do get fertilized later also
Doctor:Is tehre anything else you would like to know?
User:as of now no... thanks for your feedback....
Doctor:Thank you for chatting with me
Doctor:have a good day
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