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Follicular study, first three sittings says no free fluid, last one says minimal free fluid. Chances of pregnancy?

Hello Doc, My wife has undergone Follicular study for 4sittings, 7th,9th, 11th, and 13th day this month. The report reads as follows, 7th day - ROF= f1:10*10mm , LOF = f1-15*14mm, ET = 8.0mm, POD = no free fluid 9th day - ROF = 12*11mm, LOF = 20.8*19.2mm, ET = 10.1mm, POD = no free fluid 11th day - ROF = 12*11 mm, LOF = 21*20mm ET = 10.8mm, POD = no free fluid 13th day - ROF = -, LOF = ruptured, ET = 11mm, POD = MINIMAL free fluid I would like to know the meaning of this report. Does there any chance to get pragnant Please help.
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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OBGYN, Maternal and Fetal Medicine 's  Response
Hi, these scans suggest that ovulation has occurred i.e. egg has been released and the uterine lining has also developed well . If you try naturally for 2 -3 days, definitely there is good chance for conception. Take the medications as prescribed by your doctor. Good luck.
Answered: Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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