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Taking CD13 and Clomid, no dominant follicle. Any way to get pregnant?

I am on CD 13 and took Clomid 100 mg days 5-9. My doctor did the ultrasound today and he said that I could not be about to O because I did not have a dominant follicle . He showed me all of the follicles on the screen and said that because I did not have a dominant one that I may not O. I have not gotten my smiley yet. I do have a lot of pressure and pain on both sides. I assumed because I have 10-12 follicles just on the one ovary he could see. He showed me the follicles and I have more than 2 that were more than an inch wide. I watched him measure my lining as well it was 6 mm. I asked him if 6 was too thin and he said no, that it was fine...........Is there any way I can get pregnant this cycle.
Asked On : Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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On d13 you should be able to see a dominant follicle. This is presuming your dates are correct, and the ultrasonographer is experienced. Given the findings, it seems unlikely that you would ovulate. But this is of course not 100% accurate and although the chances are low, nobody could say that you can not have a pregnancy this cycle.
Hope that helps.
Answered: Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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