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Have irregular periods. Prescribed Duphaston. Ultrasound showed ruptured egg. Chances of pregnancy?

Ihave irregular periods.i got my period on jan 22th.i am under doc had suggested thyroid ,pod related tests n even pelvic organ test too.she suggested duphoston to take for 5daysi.e from 8th of march.while doing ultrasound ,she found an egg getting ruptured n suggested to go for intercourse. Now it s being more than a week I took this question is is there any chance of getting pregnant?after how many days will I get my periods after using duphston?kindly do the needful
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Pregnancy occurs when unprotected intercourse happens around ovulation in an otherwise normal couple. Duphaston is a progestogen and helps in endometrial strengthening and not in conception. Hence, you should wait for your next cycle and if you miss it, go for a pregnancy test 3-7 days later with a fresh early morning sample of urine. For an earlier and better confirmation, you may get a serum beta-hCG test 10-14 days after ovulation. Hope your query is answered. Good luck.
Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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