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no fluid seen in POD that means i'll not get pregnant?

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Hi Doctor,
I am trying to concieve from last 6 months.I have done my thyroid and blood check up.Everything seems to be normal except there is a symptom of PSOS.Right now am under metformin from last 1.6 months.And when i got my last period doctor suggested to have clomid.And on Day12 doctor gave me HCG5000 injection. Here my follicular study report,
Day Rightovary LeftOvary Et POD
10 DF-11X9mm DF-16X12mm 6mm free
12 DF-9X5mm DF-18X14mm 9mm free
15 DF-9X5mm DF-12X12mm 9mm free
And doctor said since my POD is free on Da15 also the chance of ovulation is less.So my doubt is if there is no fluid seen in POD that means i'll not get pregnant this month also?.and doctor said thre is chance of ovulation still since there is 12X12mm folliclein Left it possible?.pls ans.and also gave me duphastone tablets for 20 days.

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replied January 2nd, 2012
Ovulation and Ovaries Answer A29929

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

PCOS is a common condition reported in woman these days and does cause issues in conceiving.Since the follicles are formed in the ovary they prevent ovulation and thus conception is an issue.You have been prescribed correct medications till now.
It is good that your treating doctor is conducting an ovulation study.
It is quite possible that ovulation might not be occuring as it is a common complaint in PCOS patients.
Kindly continue with the prescribed treatment and follow your treating doctor's advice.Do not be depressed as many woman with PCOD have successfully delivered a baby.It may take time but you need to have patience.
Take care!

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