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Ovulatory cycle in scan report

Hi, I am usha,I did follicular study on 11th day RO-12.7mm LO-11.6mm and ET-6.9mm, 13th day RO-18.8mm LO-15.2mm and ET-7.2mm, 14thday RO-22.1mm LO-15.5mm and ET-7.4mm,and on 15th day lot of free fluid in cul de sac. what this means in the scan report it is mentioned ovulatory cycle.
Asked On : Mon, 30 May 2011
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Hi Usha,
Welcome to HCM.
Although your follicular growth was started on wrong day ( it should preferably commence on 7th day of the cycle or earlier, to know the base line position of the ovaries and endometrium), from the data provided by you, it appears that ovulation occurred between 14th and 15th day of your cycle. To get pregnant, ovulation is must, when the ovum is released from the ruptured follicle. Either Intrauterine Insemination or intercourse should be timed around that time, to become pregnant.
Wish you all the best.
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