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Follicular study, day-16th: RT ovary 21*16mm, Endometrial thickness 9.1, day 17th: RT ovary 24*16.5, Endometrial thickness 9.7mm, Day 18th: Ovulated, Endometrial thickness 9.9 mm, Duphaston, pregnancy ?

hi , I am 29 and gone through follicular study on day-16th RT ovary 21*16mm, Endometrial thickness 9.1 ,day 17th RT ovary 24*16.5, Endometrial thickness 9.7mm, Day 18th Ovulated ,Endometrial thickness 9.9 mm,So can u plz suggest what is the result ? and my gynic suggested to take Duphaston from day of ovulation for 12 days. will this help me for getting preg?
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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welcome to hcm
thanks for the query
all your reports are fine for conceiving.intercourse should be timed prior to ovulation in order to maximize the chances of fertilization
intercourse should takes place every second day during this time of ovulation.
if you are going for ART procedures by means of ovulation inducing drugs then also the report is fine
take wishes with you
Answered: Thu, 3 May 2012
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