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Diagnosed minute cyst in ovary. On siphene tablet for getting pregnant. Other medication required?

After marriage i didnt get pregnant.I went to doctor.she took scan and told minute cysts in ovary.Befor day of scan she gave ovulation tablet named Siphene 50 mg for 5 days.after seeing my scan report i asked doctor to give tablets to cure cyst.But she told me to take siphene.If cyst was not cured first then what is the use of taking Siphene?
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

In patients who are not ovulating, this medication is used to help 'recruit' more eggs and increase the chance that ovulation will occur. So it is normal to see 'cysts' on an ultrasound, especially in the setting of the use of this medication. You are not trying to get rid of these cysts. It might be good to ask your doctor to specifically explain what this medication is and exactly how it works.

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Answered: Thu, 2 May 2013
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