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Hcg for ovaluation
Hello, Trying to convince since 3 months... Period on 23rd Nov Letrozole from 24th to 28th Nov Follicular study on 13th day(32 day cycle) Left ovary 22 mm follicle Endometrium 10mm Gynec asked for hcg injection for triggering ovaluation... Should I go for hcg?? I did had stretching pain in my left ovary today, with fertile mucus discharge.. Kindly pls suggest...
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Go for hcg
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First check for ovulation..  By ovulation kit,  if it positive that means ovulation occurred,  if not then take inj. HCG and do scan f or to check out ovulation occurred or not... For detail consultation connect with me online
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Yes you  follow her
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Connect with me for online consultation for details BeBorn Gynecology Santacruz Mumbai
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Yes go for hcg  injection...and get a repeat scan to check if ovulation has occurred or not...
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Go again tomorrow. And he will see ovulation occur or not
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Hello., you can do a home urine test for ovulation If positive., it means you have ouvlated and you dont need Hcg inj.. if negative., you may take it
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