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Cystic ovaries. Pregnancy? Went trough IUI. Possibilities?

Hi. I have been married for 5.5 years and am of age 30. I have a 3.8 mm cyst in my left ovary .i I am trying to get pregnant cause my right one is fine. This is my 1st cycle of clomid . I had 2 decent size folicals. I went through the IUI Procedure 36 hours aftre my trigger shot. Its been 7 days since my IUI. I have been put on progesterone . I dont feel any symptoms .. No cramping etc. My breasts r just a little more sensitive. What are my chances of getting pregnant in this cycle.
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

Usually there is around 30 to 40% chance of conception in first cycle of IUI.
Some women may not experience the symptoms of early pregnancy like others.
So as it is very early to confirm the pregnancy, better to wait for one more week and then go for blood test for pregnancy.
Meanwhile along with progesterone start taking folic acid, multi vitamin and mineral supplements.

Take care.
Answered: Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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