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Letrozole and iui
I was on letrozole and I was given the trigger shot when my dominant follicle was 25.4mm . Are there any chances of pregnancy? Is the the egg size ok for pregnancy?
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Please have patience. There are chances of pregnancy in each cycle but only 20% conceive in each cycle. There is no way to predict this.
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Pls connect for online consultation and advice
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Connect please
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If follicle ruptures ,pregnancy  is possible
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Yes  there maybe chances of pregnancy if the tubes are open The size that is desired is 18 into 20
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less cahnces
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Usually the trigger shot is best given when follicle size is around 18 to 20 mm.. Sometimes the follicle of 25 mm may not rupture and become a cyst… Follow up to see the follicle has ruptured on scan. If it has ruptured and you have has timed intercourse or IUI then there is a good chance of pregnancy
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