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Trying to conceive, letrozole, u/s of ovaries: bilateral enlarged cystic ovaries

i am trying to conceive since last 9 months. In this cycle i was suggested to take letrozole from CD 3-7, and on CD 12 my doctor had a ultrasound of my ovaries for seeing follicles. she reported it as bilateral enlarged cystic ovaries, but then she gave me 5000 iu ivfc injections for two days on CD 12 and 13 for ovulation . my question is is there any chance of me to conceive with this kind of situation? what is meant by cystic ovaries at CD 12?
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
welcome to HCM

enlarged cystic ovaries - its very important to know the arrangement of the follicles, size and volume measurements

the injections you mentioned are for helping the release of the egg when there is a dominant follicle in the ovary

As far a getting pregnant - all factors both male and female partners need assessment and if normal then the chance is good
however I will add that in 25% of the cases everything can be normal and still the couple has some difficulty getting pregnant - Unexplained infertility

wish you all the best
hope to have answered your query
Dr Nandita Thakkar
Answered: Sat, 19 May 2012
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