Hcg 5000 injection for rupture of follicle size 22mm
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When should HCG injection given to result in pregnancy?
Have pcos I was on clomid 100mg. My follicular size was 10mm on 12th day, 12mm on 14day, 19mm on clomid19th day, 23 on21st day and 25 on 23rd day. For me no injections were prescribed. The result was given as NO EVIDENCE FOR RUPTURE. Please tell me my ovulating condition and what medication have...
When is the ovulation time after taking HCG injection ?
hi,I am trying to concieve for past 3 months.My cycle is 27 days and it is regular.I have hypothyrodism and doctor had put me on to eltroxin100mcg for past 5 months.now TSHlevel is normal.Recently i had my HSG done.both tubes are patent.doctor had put me on to letros tablet from 3 day of my...
Under infertility treatment, taken HCG shot. Will the egg be released?
hello, im under infertility treatment. I was given 3 fsh injections and on day 14 my follicle size is @ 35 mm and endometrium thickness is @ 11 mm. Now I had a HCG shot 10,000 units. Could you please tell me whether 35 mm size can release a egg and could it be still a follicle or just a cyst? FYI...
Clomid cd3-7. Estrace cd8-12. Sonogram cd13. 2 follicles 26 & 31 mm. Lining 14 mm. Did HCG trigger cd13. Are follicles too big? Is lining ok? Are chances good?
Thanks for questioning , the size of follicles are larger but ovulation depends upon maturation of follicles ,hence if their size larger (normally 20 mm size burst and release ovum) in my opinion this is congenital ( since birth) so will not interfere in ovulation. Lining is normal as compared to size of follicle.
Good luck . Dr.HET
after taking monogon and hcg inj what is symptom of pregnancy.
Hi Shamitha, Thanks for using HCM.
If pregnant you will have missed period and constant raise in HCG levels and with trans vaginal USG you can see a gestational sac. There may be associated other pregnancy symptoms like nausea, breast tenderness etc. But these may or may not occur. So wait for 2 weeks after injection and ovulation. Regards
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