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History of copper-t removal. Mild UTI. Advised induction of ovulation. Necessary? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jun-2013
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User:I am XXXXXXX Marital life 2yrs. On Copper T for 2 yrs. Got Copper T removed 2 weeks ago. No symptoms of PID but doctor suggested Oflaxacin. Doctor also suggested to plan for Induction. Is induction necessary? Please give me your opinion. If interested to discuss via phone my number is 0000.

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Doctor:Dr. XXXXXXX here
User:Hi doctor
User:Please provide your inputs for my problem above.
Doctor:I am unsure what you meant by induction? - induction of what(ovulation)?
User:yes doctor. induction of ovulation.
Doctor:May I know if your periods was regular before copper T insertion?
User:yes doctor. very regular
Doctor:Have any tests been done after copper T removal?
Doctor:May I know your age?
User:yes doctor CUE was done and doctor told me that there was mild UTI infection . I am 26 yr old.
User:Doctor also performed scan and she told me that after medication 3/4 of the infection is gone.
Doctor:Let me brief you.
Doctor:Ovulation induction is one of the protocol done for women who face difficulty to conceive.
Doctor:Urinary tract infection is an unrelated condition which may have occurred incidentally or because of copper T.
Doctor:Since your periods were regular in the past and you haven't tried for pregnancy yet, I am unsure of the reasons of ovulation induction.
Doctor:Perhaps if there were other tests done (follicular scan), hormone levels or if you have been trying for a long time, then that can explain the reasons for ovululation induction.
Doctor:Based on the details you provided, I am unable to predict the reason for induction.
Doctor:You should consider discussing with your treating doctor and learn about the condition better before option for induction.
Doctor:Alternatively you can consider a second opinion from another gynecologist.
Doctor:Have you followed?
User:Sure doctor.
User:I got your views.
Doctor:Do you have any questions?
User:Definitely, we will see another OBGYN
Doctor:Do you have any other questions?
User:Nothing more. Thank you for your time.
Doctor:You are welcome.
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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