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Undergone follicular study, ovary follicle has ruptured, prescribed Duphaston. Chances of conception?

Hello Doctor, Today is my 16th day and i have undergone follicular study from day 10th. Today i got an report that my right ovary follicle is ruptured and left ovary follicle is not ruptured and the size of left ovary follicle is 20*18mm and endometrium thickness is 10mm. My doctor has recommended me to take duphaston tablets fro tomorrow. so are there any chances to conceive from now and why those tablets were prescribed?
Asked On : Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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Duphastan: For luteal phase support. Chances of conception depend on many factors like duration of infertility, patency of tubes (unilateral/bilateral), drugs used for ovulation induction.
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