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Difficulty in conceiving. Can Ferrous ascorbate, zinc sulphate, folic acid tablets increase the chances of conception?

hi, we have been trying to conceive for the last 6 months but so far no luck. Once I was late for 21 days - we were highly expectant. my periods are fairly regular. we would like some advice and also can i start taking tablets containing ferrous ascorbate, zinc sulphate and folic acid? What can we do to boost our chances of conception? Thanks!
Asked On : Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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You can take all the three tablets. There are safe in pregnancy.

Folic acid is required throughout the pregnancy. Iron may be started in the second trimester. However, if you are anemic, it can be started even before you conceive.

Please seek the help of your gynecologist and know about the days of your ovulation. Having sexual intercourse on the days of your ovulation, increases the chances of conceiving greatly.

Make sure your routine blood investigations and your husbands' reports are normal.

All the best.
Answered: Fri, 17 Aug 2012
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