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Utrogestan is progesterone which helps support the pregnancy and does not change the time frame.
The sensitivity of the urine test is closer to 100% after 14 days of ovulation.Your Doctor must have advised you to do the test after 14 days to avoid false negative result if you do it before and avoid unnecessary anxiety(the sensitivity being 87% like you said).
Just for your information a blood pregnancy test can show positive very early(almost a week after ovulation)
Hope this helps you.
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It would be 14 days after you released the follicles(ovulation).So you count after the ovulation.
And yes,your periods would be around the 14 days after ovulation.
I am not sure I understood the first line.Progesterone would not cause a delayed period,if that is what you wanted to know.
Yes,but don't stop till the tests show negative,at least two done two three days apart after 14days period(so one ideally on the 14th day and one after few days.
During IUI,the medium used is quite similar to the natural liquids,in fact they may contain more nutrition and less debris.And using drugs to help ovulation too does not really have a down side as the size when we use the drugs indicate that the egg is ready for being released.
The hormones used mainly progesterone will not change the next cycle so much,but a month or two may be needed for the others to settle down.
And though IUI is known to have good results you could still try the natural way!