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Trying to conceive, healthy follicle that doesn't rupture, husband's morphology 35. Can I be pregnant ?

hello doctor. i Have been trying to concieve form one year. i had 4to 5 cycles of follicular study. i have healthy follicle but its not rupturing even if it is 35mm in size. they tell it is pcod . can i able to be pregnant. my husband also had his semen analysis his morphology is 35 is it normal. i am not getting who has a problem and what treatment to get. please suggest. waiting for your kind reply
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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Hello madam
Well you have what we call luteinised unruptured follicles in medical terms.These are found in cases of endometriosis, PCOs or in pelvic adhesions. These can be found in few normal cases also. I think you change the gonadotrophin trigger to recombinant ones(may use recombinant FSH and recombinant HCG). You should go for a diagnostic and therapeutic laparoscopy with ovarian drilling if required (in PCOs).And regarding your husband's semen analysis report , i think i require few more information are required atleast the count, and the motility..I think 35% morphologically normal sperms are fine and within normal limits..have patience , good luck
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