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Have PCOD. Planning to conceive. Hormone test done. When will the egg release from ovary?

Hi, am planning to conceive, but i ve PCOD . below are my test reports. AMH : 5.56 ng/mL, FSH: 7.53 mI/mL, LH: 5.16 mIU/mL, Prolactin (PRL) : 10.67 ng/ml, Tri Ido Thyronine : 1.17 ng/ml, Total Thyroxine: 9.09 ug/dl, Thyroid Stimulating Hormone ( TSH ) : 1.86 uIU/ml, and my husband sperm count : 75 millions. please tell me my conceiving chances. on 11th day the scan reports are below: Right ovary : 40 mm x 27 mm, Left ovary : 25 mm x 20 mm. endometrium : 5.6 mm. please tell me when the egg will release from ovaries... and is my egg healthy ?
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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Welcome to HCM forum

As you are having PCOD . you can take tablet Metformin along with ovulation induction drugs under your doctor's guidance and prescription.

Your reports are normal except the ovulation

The day of ovulation is usually 14th day of the cycle or mid cycle if the cycle is regular of 28 days.

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Best wishes

Answered: Mon, 16 Jul 2012
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