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PCOD - follicular study, letrozole
Hi. I was diagnosed with PCOD few months back so I consulted a gynecologist. She advised me to take letrozole 2.5mg from day 3 of period to day 7 (1 per night) and also to undergo Follicular Study & ET from day 14 ( from date of period ) for 2 days. ET size on day 14 is 8mm and follicle size on Right Ovary : F1 - 17x17mm and F2 - 18x12 mm. Left Ovary : MSF. ET size on day 16 is 8.5mm and on Right Ovary follicle ruptured and free fluid present in POD. Left Ovary : MSF What does this mean and what are the chances of getting pregnant in this cycle? Thank you in advance.
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Chances of pregnancy is there in this cycle Continue with supportive tablets
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Depends on which day you are at right now. The follicle has ruptured and has a definite fertilisable life span For full guidance, prescription and follow up take a paid consultation. You can consult directly via what sapp on 9999x104x408.
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