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On metformin for PCOS. Taken clomid and progesterone after ovulation. Chances of conceiving?

Hi, I am 25 years old. My husband and I have been trying for over a year. I have PCOS , started metformin in Sept, 3rd cycle of Clomid and progesterone last month after positive ovulation. I just had an u/s that showed 4 follicles, 2 on each ovary. I was on day 9 of my cycle. The largest one was 11mm. Is this good? What are my chances of conceiving?
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
Your follicle development is good. Continue the tablets and follicular study.
After one dominant follicle reaches sufficient size like around 1.8cm to 2 cm, to can go for HCG injection with your doctor's advise. Ovulation will occur around 36 hours after the injection.
And plan intercourse around that period which will increase the chances of pregnancy.

Take care.

Answered: Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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