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How many times do I need to visit NHFC?

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Monitoring during a cycle all depends on the blood work and sonogram of the previous monitoring. There is NO SET SCHEDULES for monitoring. Everyone’s cycle is different. The same woman’s cycle is different each month. We CANNOT give you exact days you will have to monitor in advance. Every time you come for monitoring (blood work and sonogram) those results determine what medications you should take (if any) and when you should return. As the cycle progresses and ovulation is impending, you should expect to be monitoring as often as every other day to every day.

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