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Trying to conceive with irregular period. Suggested to do the follicular study. Any chances?

Hello Dr, I am 30yrs married lady. I am trying to get conceive for past 1 year. My Dr advised me to take the follicular study to monitor the egg growth. The size of the follicle at my 14th day is right Ovary is 10mm x 5mm and left ovary is 11mm x 7mm when will I ovulate .? My cycle length is 28 – 30 days and I have regular periods . Thanks for your Valuable Suggestions.
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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Thanks for the query.

Ideal size of follicle during ovulation is 19mm-23mm.
But let me also tell you that follicle increases by 1-2mm every day, so just relax and let your Doc have you on follicular monitoring for few more days.
Ovulation usually occurs between 14th to 20th day.

Continue taking folic acid, Eat healthy, reduce weight if you are overweight, exercise regularly.

Stay hopeful..... All the best!

Dr Nilofer
Answered: Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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