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Advised to take Fertyl Super. Taken continuously, not concieving, all reports of couple normal. Further course of action?

hi ! my wife has been advised to take Firtyl Super & she continously taken it in three cycles & we met each cycle but the outcome is zero. One and half year ago she conceived but after 4 weeks that was miscarriged & that time she had been advised to take Herhope. we have done all the reports incl. my side also. What is the problem and what I ll have to do now ? Will we continue to take the same advise or any advancement?
Asked On : Tue, 20 Nov 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
Just don't continue taking Fertyl super blindly as it may harm her. Better option is to go for superovulation with injections with IUI in consultation with infertility specialist which will give you better chance of pregnancy.
Wiah you good luck.
Answered: Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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