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Ruptured follicles, had fluid. On gonal f. When should I get IUI?

I am currently taking 150ml gonal f and I have just had my cd 11 scan in view of having iui. The radiologist said that one of my follciles has ruptured and there was fluid. I have others at 18.3, 18.2 and 15 on the right and 19.2, 16.8 on the left. The one that ruptured was 20.6. What does this mean. I currently reside in Qatar but am beingn treated in Dubai so need to act fast. Does ruptured mean I have ovulated. I haven't even taken trigger yet. When Should I be doing the IUI?
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

In one cycle usually one dominant follicle will rupture and release ovum.
That is called as ovulation.
Presence of free fluid in pouch of Douglas is suggesting the ovulation.
Remaining follicles growth will be arrested.
If you are trying for pregnancy, you have to plan intercourse around this period.
Without taking trigger also ovulation can occur naturally.
For more details you can ask me through:
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Answered: Wed, 10 Jul 2013
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