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Trying to conceive, follicular study of ovary and IUI done, one evidence of egg released, taking progesteron, fluid in pod. Will get pregnant?

hi i am 28 year old trying to pregnant my folicular study on day 14 th 1.8*1.3 on right ovary and 2.2*1.7 and 1.7*1.5 on left and IUI done on 13th and 14th day but 0n 16th day scan still 2.5*2.4 on rt ovary and only one 2.5*2.0 and doctor says one evidence of egg rlased ond advise progesteron for 15 days scanning report says fluid ++ in pod what it means will i get pregnant kindly guide me
Asked On : Thu, 24 May 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern if the production of ovum is there and the hormone level in normal range and coitus done in right time with sufficient amount of semen and sperm then chances of conception is very likely, no matter about the fluid detected, hope this information helps you, have a nice day.
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