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02 Jul 2005
How important is a scan when using Clomihexal?
I have been ttc for quite a while, and my doc put me on Clomihexal, just for one month. We're going away for a couple of days (round about day 14), and I couldn't get an appointment at my gynae before then to have a scan done. Should I rather use protection then or shouldn't I be so worried about not having a scan to monitor my ovulation. Thanks!
The scan is to pinpoint the growth of the follicle and the best time to conceive. If you don't have this, there is more guesswork, but certainly go ahead and have intercourse.
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