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Trying to conceive. Taking hucog injection, unprotected sex, delayed periods. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi, i am 28 yrs old... trying to conceive.... have 29 - 30 days cycle. Took Hucog 5000 on 11th day of my cycle and had contact on 10th, 12th, 15th, 16th, 18th day of my cycle...... its 5 days post my periods were to come... but home pregnancy tests give negative result... Can i be pregnant???? what should i do please advice.... Thanks...
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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Mar 2013
I hope you are under the treatment of a proper infertility specialist.
HUCOG is human chorionic gonadotropin, which is given to rupture the mature follicle ( egg ) from the ovary
It should be given after proper serial follicular monitoring, when mature follicle is ready in the ovary.
Having intercourse as you mentioned around the days of ovulation definitely increases your chances of pregnancy.
As you have exceeded normal length of your menstrual cycle, you COULD be pregnant.
If the home pregnancy test is negative, a blood HCG test can confirm it
But you should visit your treating specialist first, and then proceed ahead.
I hope you are not on Duphaston or any progesterone support, as it can delay your periods too.
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