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What are the causes of having small size egg and possibilities of conceiving ?

actually i had ultra sound today for knowing the size of my egg as i m trying to conceive today is my 13 day of cycle but doctor said egg size is small she will scan again day after tomorrow . My concern is that with small size egg what are the possibilities of conceiving and is this problem can be resolved with medicines. what are the causes of having small size egg
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Welcome to HCM forum

Small sized egg can be due to various reasons like PCOD , hypothyroidism , genetic factors etc.

You should get FSH levels done on second day of cycle

Yes there are medications to increase the size of egg like clomiphene citrate , FSH inj , HMG inj ,
Metformin etc but they should be taken strictly under doctor's guidance and prescription.

Best wishes

Answered: Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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