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Are there any chances of getting pregnant based on the follicular report ?

Periods are irregular for me from the first. I got married in Aug 2010. I am expecting to be preganant. So I consulted doctor and she gave me medicines and from the past 3 months, my periods are regular. She advised me for Follicular study. My follicle size on day 11th of my periods is Rt. 13 * 8 mm and Lt. 13 * 7 mm. I am abt to attend 2 more scans for follicular study. Please tell me if this is acceptable size for getting pregnancy . Also suggest me few tips for becoming pregnant . Age: 25 Gender : Female Thanks
Asked On : Thu, 10 Mar 2011
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Hi Manjari,
The follicular sizes should be at least 18-20 mm before they can rupture and produce ovum.You still have 2-3 days scan left.Your follicles still have a chance of increasing.This might take some time and medicines so please dont lose heart.
Answered: Thu, 10 Mar 2011
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