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Am on Fertyl and follicle study. Taken Susten and Progynova. Can multiple follicles rupture at different times?

i am on fertyl 50 & follicle study, My doc gave hcg 1000 on day12 and on day 14 the follicle ruptured I had 2 more small ones. I have been put on susten and progynova2 After 8 days I went for scan and doc told me that the other 2 follicles had also matured and one of them has just released while other is 17.5mm and will release in next days. Is this possible that multiple follicle rupte at diff times Pls advise
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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OBGYN, Maternal and Fetal Medicine 's  Response
Hello, its very unlikely that you follicles rupturing at different times. Theoretically it has be described in few books, but not after 8 days . Anyway, i next few days (14- 15 days after ovulation) you can check for your pregnancy. Continue all your medications as advised by your doctor as it support your uterine lining. All the best.
Answered: Mon, 3 Sep 2012
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