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Trying to concieve, transvaginal ultrasound shows ovulation, egg released spot bleeding, urine test negative, scheduled for laparoscopy. Reason?

I ve been trying to conceive for almost 2 years, I had a transvaginal us yesterday and my dr showed that I had ovulated on my left and the spot where the egg was released filled with blood. He moved the wand to check the right then asked me if I was sure I wasn t pregnant and when I told him I had just tested negative he immediately removed the wand and did a urine test (not blood). It came back negative then scheduled me for a laproscopy for the following week. My question is what did he see that made him think I could be pregnant and should I push for a blood test before the lap in case I m pregnant. My period has yet to show but I ve been spotting on and off brown blood for about a week and a half. Comes and goes
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Welcome to HCM forum ,
Lap procedure is done to confirm the patency of tubes as well as to see any ovarian and uterine pathology

It can be seen with HSG also but diag lap gives a more clear picture and one can do ovarian drilling if needed

Sperm count and motility should be normal

Best wishes
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