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Lower abdominal pain. Eggs raptures. Injected HMG. Given susten and duphaston. Help?

Hello Doctor,
My wife was being injected with HMG 150 on day 3rd till day 7, she had produced more eggs than a normal no's of eggs a female should produce. Thereafter her follicular study was done, my wife's doctor had injected her for the eggs get raptured.
After that he has advised to take duphaston, Progonova & Susten VT100. she still gets cramps in her lover abdominal part
Is she Pregnant.
Today she is on her 29th day of her cycle. when should i do my pregnancy test.
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM.
Cramps arent usual symptoms of pregnancy. If she didnt have period you should wait 2 weeks after it and then do pregnancy tests. It is hard to say now is she pregnant. SOmetimes is more than 6 months needed for hormonal stimulated ovulation and succesful fecundation. I wish you luck,just be patient and tenacious,there is no need to hurry. This therapy can cause unplesant symptoms such as cramps, vaginal bleeding etc. but this cant be avoided. Wish you good health.
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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