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Not conceiving after undergoing laproscopy. Follicles in right and left ovaries and thick endometrium. No evidence of free fluid in pelvis. Endometrial echos normal.

iam 7years old married. i underwent laproscopy now everything seems to be normal but still iam not conceiving. today i went for the follicularstudy. study shows right ovary follicles 10mm, 9mm and left ovary follicles 14mm, 16mm and endometrium thickness is 5.7mm,there is no evidence of free fluid in pelvis but myometrial and endometrial echoes are well see and appear normal. kindly suggest
Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hello.Thanks for the question.Follicular study findings are quiet within normal limits. Both ovaries have multiple follicles of varying sizes, and during every cycle one or more follicles from one of the ovary grow and release ovum.So you should continue to undergo follicular study and wait follicle rupture, that's when egg is released and is most fertile period of cycle.When follicle ruptures there will be free fluid in POD and enlarged follicle will vanish to release egg.Thank you.
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