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Ovulation problem
I am a pcod patient and last month I have gone for follicular monitoring bt my follicle size was not good bt this month I have tried opk and on my 18 day it showed two dark line then i have gone for coitus for continous 3 days now my question is that when I should check for pregnancy test
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After you missed for periods for 3-4 days do a pregnancy test
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After missed period do Urine pregnancy test and confirm pregnancy
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If ovulation occurs,  wait for 14-16 days if periods not come then do urine pregnancy test.. For detail consultation connect with me online and we will discuss issues further..
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If you miss your periods,then do a urine pregnancy test or bhcg..
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Connect with me for online consultation for details BeBorn Gynecology Santacruz Mumbai
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Hi. You wait for another 16days after ovulation. If not getting periods do urine pregnancy test.
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