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Have ovarian follicles. Trying to conceive. What can be done?

i am Nayana Mistry, and i am married 29yr old now me and my husband planning for children but last 3 month my period is regular and doctor ask my 11th day ovarian follicle test under right ovary size is 11mm and left ovary oblonaated folicle simple cast of size 30 x 15mm so please tell me if any problem for pregnancy can i plan for children now and what are the meaning of following result reply soon i wait
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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The normal follicular size ready for ovulation measure between 18 and 25 mm in diameter. The follicle grows at a rate of 1 to 2 mm per day. You are only on the 11th day. There is still time for the follicles to grow in size. They may repeat the study everyday or every other day. Complete the study till ovulation.
I think you are in every aspect fit to have a child.
Best wishes.

Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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