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37yr old. Irregular periods. Prescribed regesterone, MHR tablets. Trying to concieve. On antidepressants. Opinion?

I am 37 year old female having irregular periods, my GYN advised me to take regesteron for initiation of periods and MHR tablets for a month, i am failing to conceive, already i have two sons of 13 and 12 years old via cesarean section. My job is sedentarty and my weight is 98 kgs. I am taking anti- depressant medications also. can it be good to conceive one more pregnancy at this age in this situation.
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
thank you for your query.
If you are keen on conception, please consult an Infertility specialist.
Merely taking Registrone and MHR tablets wont help you.
At 37, your ovarian reserve should be tested.
IF your periods are irregular, there is a high chance that you are having difficulties in ovulation also.
Your fallopian tube patency and partner's semen analysis should be tested.
Certain anti depressant medicines are contraindicated while trying to conceive.
Whether you need one more child or not is your personal decision, however if you decide to go ahead, you will need medical help at 37.
Take regular folic acid tablets and maintain a healthy BMI.
take care.
Answered: Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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