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Variations in egg size after medication. How to get pregnant?

Hi, I am 28 years old. My egg size on Day 2 ET = 5.5, R.O = 18 X 16 X 18 L.O = 22 X 12 X 16 Medicine suggested - Tab clome 100 mg from Day 2 to Day 6 Day 7 ET = 5, R.O = 7 mm L.O = MSF Day 8 ET = 5.4, R.O = 9 mm L.O = MSF Injection suggested HMG 150 on day 8, 10, 12, 14 Day 9 ET = 5.8, R.O = 9 mm L.O = 6 mm Day 11 ET = 6.5, R.O = 12 mm, 9.5 mm L.O = MSF Day 13 ET = 9, R.O = 13mm, 10mm L.O = 7mm , 8mm Day 15 ET = 7.5, R.O = 13 mm L.O = MSF Pls guide what to do to get pregnant
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thanks for the query,

Folliculometry is a series of Ultrasounds done to determine how eggs (follicles) are growing in the ovaries. Folliculometry is normally done with transvaginal ultrasound. It is started on day 2 or 3 of periods with a baseline ultrasound to see the baseline status of the ovaries prior to starting stimulation of the ovaries .

In your case follicular growth is increasing normally. It is about 2mm/day.

On day 15 R.O-13mm might be subjective error or ovulation has occurred with irregular follicular shape.

Ovulation usually occurs on 14 th day when follicle size is between 18-22mm.

ET(endometrial thickness) of 7.5 is good.

What i recommend you is to continue folliculometry till your follicle size is between 18-22mm followed by hcg inj.

Chances of conception per cycle after ovulation is 18-22%.

good luck,
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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