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Concern about taking diabetes medicines while trying to conceive - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User : mrs XXX. we are planning to concieve and my husband has low sperm count. we met the doctor and he is under medication for three months and doc said that i wil concieve in 3 months..iam 23 years old and iam suffering from sugar which is doctor suggested that i shld take carbophage 500 daliy twice...i wanted to know wether carbophage 500 prevents concieving?
plz reply me..iam vry ,much confused...thank u
User :   hi
User :   this is mrs XXX
User :   can i take carbophage 500 while iam planning?
Doctor :   Hi
User :   does it prevents pregnancy?
Doctor :   Can you give me the generic name of Carbophage
User :   carbophage 500 for suagr
User :   metformin hydrochloride
Doctor :   Ok
User :   iam p[lanning to concive
Doctor :   Not really
Doctor :   You can wait
Doctor :   to plan
User :   does it prevents ?
User :   can be prgnant if have this tablet?
Doctor :   It is better to avoid planning with this tablet
Doctor :   Get the blood sugar undercontrol and then plan
User :   ok
Doctor :   otherwise birth defects are common
User :   my husband is havibg lkow sperm count
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