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Trying to conceive. HSG report normal. Done folicullar test. Brown discharge while urinating. Pregnancy chances?

hello doctor. me and my husband are trying to have a baby from past one year. i was having done with follicular test on 11 th day the follicle will be there in ovary but it was not rupturing. now i had done with HSG the report was normal. now ones again i had follicular study there was a follicle of 14mm on 11th day and i went ones again on 13 day the radiologist told the follicle has partially ruptured and had one more follicle with 18.2mm. ones again i went on 14 day there was a follicle with 18mm and 20mm.after this i have dark brown discharge whenever i is my chances of pregnancy. please tell me can i able to concieve..
Asked On : Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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Your tubes are fine on HSG. Follicular study is suggestive of multifollicular ovulation. If your husband's semen analysis is fine, you have good chance of conception if you had intercourse around ovulation.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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