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Trying to conceive. Follicle found ruptured during folicullar study. Can I undergo IUI?

hi doctor, i m 27 yrs old i have to plan a baby last doctor suggest me to take follicle study.i start this for 7th day from last period .in 10th day my largest follicle is 16mm and ET thickness 6.6, but in 12th day when my doctor scanning he said that my follicle is ruptured in premature and my ET is7.4.can i go for IUI this month pls tell me what can i do.
Asked On : Tue, 22 May 2012
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Hi Shilpi
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Life of egg is 12-24 hrs and in your case when it is not sure when ovulation occurred it is not suggested to go for IUI. ET of 7.4 is good enough. You try naturally this cycle. Next cycle more frequent monitoring( Follicular study ) will be required to know the time of ovulation and then u can go ahead with IUI. take care
Answered: Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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