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Trying to conceive, suffering from PCOD. Taking Fol-5, clofert-50 medication. Scan shows follicles in ovaries. Chances to get pregnant?

hi.. i am 24 years. married since 3 years trying to conceive. doctors said that i may have pcod even my periods are regular. they have given OOSURE capsule, Fol-5 and clofert-50 and 13th day scanning also taken. Result is : Right overy: dominent follicle 6x6mm Left overy: dominent follicle 1.6x1.6cm. no free fluid found in POD. is there any chance for me to conceive. I,m i having PCOD
Asked On : Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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Hi Mani,

There are good chances for you to conceive. It seems like you are about to ovulate. Repeat the scan after a day to check for the increase in size of the dominant follicle.

You should have intercourse on the 2 to 3 days of your ovulation without fail.

Meanwhile continue the treatment as prescribed by your treating doctor.

All the best.

Answered: Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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