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Is my wife pregnant after follicle study ?

hi doc,my wife had undergone follicle study and the egg was ruptured on 19th day so my gyn told to have sex from 17th day itself.Also she gave progesterone tablet to her and told to come after 15 days .We had sex within this time .We did sex for once a day.Also Within this periods she got pain like menstrual pain but there were no my wife didnt have periods uptil now (15 days after the rupture). Today she went to gyn ,but gyn told her that she cant see anything ? Therefore told to come on thursday dt 19/05/2011.Is she pregnant or not ? I am worried. Please help . Pranati gaware 27 years old.
Asked On : Sat, 14 May 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi welcome to health care magic

you must patiently wait until the next menstrual period..
if she doesn't get her periods, then first do an UPT (urine pregnancy test), if it comes positive, then you need to confirm pregnancy by USG scanning.. the pain that she got may be due to the ovulation, which is common in some of the womens..
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General Surgeon Dr. Rajinder Bajoria's  Response
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Delayed periods can be due to many reasons ,pregnancy is one of them ,but more common reason .It is too early to say she is pregnant ,until her pregnancy test turns out to be positive or ultrasound confirms intrauterine viable pregnancy.So you need wait & watch policy for one more week to reach the stage of confirmation
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