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Taking duphaston. Will HCG shot help in conception? Chances of follicle rupture?

I took 5000iu HCG shot last month it didn't rupture the follicle. This month I am scheduled to take the 0000iu HCG shot on my 12th day of the period. Past three months my follicle over grows an becomes a cyst and washes away. I am currently also taking 20 tablets starting on 20th day of my cycle called Duphaston 10mg. Will the 0000iu HCG shot help me get pregnant ? What are the chances of having my follicle rupture?
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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Thanks for your query. There are so many factors for follicle rupture, it should be of matured follicle say size of 18-20mm, and good endometrial thickness, and there should not be premature LH surge. So as scheduled try this cycle with 10,000IU HCG. And I presume you and your husband have been evaluated with all the possibilities for Infertility.
Wish you good health.
Dr Arif
Answered: Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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