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No follicular growth seen during its study for IUI. Hemorrhagic cyst present. How to treat it?

i am planning for an iui this cycle and have started follicular study on my 10th day on that day i had one follicle on each size 10mm, and my endometrium was 8.4mm. a hemorrhagic cyst of 16x14 was also seen on my right side, i asked my doc abt it she said it is fine and will reduce on its own. i then went on the 12th day but my follicular size has not increased at all its the same 10mm on both side but endometrium is 9.3mm. i am worried if my follicles will grow further. what shud i do? presently my doc has prescribed me oosure twice a day and folic acid .
Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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You will have to wait till the follicles grow to 18-20 mm size which is considered to be a mature size. After that only IUI can be tried. Without any follicular growth, there is no ovulation and IUI is futile. You need to wait and repeat scan on day 12 and 14.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
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