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Follicles in ovaries, anterior subserous myoma, bilateral patent tubes. IUI, follicular scan, hysterogram done. Advise?

I had an IUI on day12, Follicular scan done on day11 revealed 1.98mm follicle on right ovary & 1.8mm on left ovary, endometrium is 8.5mm. I was not given a trigger shot, the RE says i dnt nid it. Im on my day13 today, shud i ask another doctor to gv me a trigger shot? Btw, i have a 6cms subseous myoma anteriorly located, my hysterogram revealed bilateral patent tubes. Thanks!
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Welcome to HCM.
IUI is usually done after rupture of follicle.We can adjust and plan of iui according to time of rupture.We can also manage the time of rupture by giving inj.b-hcg 5000 or 1000 units.
All this is completely under guidance of USG.
Follow up treatment is always depends upon your hormonal investigation.
Don't worry,IUI is safe and highly successful method.Keep proper follow up of your doctor and ask your doctor for your any confusion.
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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