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Follicles ruptured on 18th day. Suffering from leg cramps, backache. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi doctor, I am in 18th day and had an injection(fertigen) on 14th day and on 16th day went for scan and they have told my follicles are ruptured. we have been in ic from 12th day till the 17th day. I have been suffering from backache and leg cramps from yesterday. What are my chances of pregnancy. do i need to continue ic or stop. Please advice me docto
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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Since the follicles have ruptured, the chances of pregnancy are present. You need to continue with the treatment prescribed to you. For the leg cramps, do increase your fluid intake and get a mild pain killer prescribed from your gynecologist.
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Answered: Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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