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On HCG injection, siphene and husband on Q-Gold. Is there chance of conceiving ?

Hi am 24 yrs old, Got married 1 yr back. Im still not able to conceive. This month my doctor prescribed siphene and HCG injection on 11th day. Again on 13th day, they did follicular imaging and said that endometrium thickness is 10 mm. So when i possibly ovulate? Also the sperm analysis done for my husband showed 30 millions/ml. Doctor told that it is low and has out him under medication(Q-Gold). Im als taking Q-GoldF. Is there any chance for me to conecive this month?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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In the follicular study, you have mentioned only about the endometrial thickness. There is no comment regarding the size of any dominant follicle in the ovary. A complete report is required for a better evaluation.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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