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Does Duphaston delay period
I was on letroz cycle My ovulation date was i was triggered hcg 5000 my ovulation date was 9 th april we are trying to conceive since 1 yr there were 2 follicles 19*17 frm r.t and left ovry doctor suggest to take Duphaston 10 mg for 15 days frm ovulation its 30th of april and no period 2 urine tests are negative
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Your follicle is around 18mm in both ovaries which is normal size to rupture. You need to do follicle study to see if the matured follicles are rupturing or not. Taking duphaston tablets is not of any use if the follicle is not rupturing on time. It is progesterone tablet which can only support your luteal phase, nothing else. For full prescriptions and treatment kindly consult me as soon as possible
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It's just a progesterone harmone..
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