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Trying to concieve. Do not have right tube. Right side follicle was 10 on day 9th. Chances of pregnancy?

hi doctor, I had an Ectopic pregnancy which resulted in my right tube removal. I am trying to conceive agian but my right ovary follicle was dominant last month and this month right side follicle was 12.5 and left side it was 10.0 on day 9th, since my interest is in increase of size of left side , is this possible .Moreover i was given siphene 100mg too
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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The medicine that has been prescribed to you helps in the formation of follicles causing an ovulation. There is no way by which you can selectively increase the size of a follicle in the single ovary. It is hormone mediated.
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Answered: Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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