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Does siphene 50 and diane help in getting pregnant ?

HI , i had pcos issue and my doctor had asked me to take diane for 2 mths and then cme on my second day of my periods in the second month, when i visted the doctor she gave me siphene 50 mg tablets and asked me to take it for 5 days starting from second day of my period, and then come on my 10th day for a scan to check which egg is producing and stuff, but i have a doubt as to whether i can have intercourse during this 10 day period before going for a scan or not, and also let me know if this tablets could help me in concieveing
Asked On : Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
As you are having PCOS, hyperinsulineamia along with irregular periods will be there. If insulin sensitizers like Diane are used it will control the condition and improve fertility.
Siphene is brand name clomifene tablets which will help in inducing ovulation.
You can have inter course in first ten days. But if you maintain abstinence two days before your ovulation, the sperm count will be good and chances of conceiving will be more.
Means in regular 28 days cycle the ovulation will occur around 14th. So, maintain abstinence on 10th and 11th day. From 12th to 16th day you be together, at-least on alternate days.
After your doctor examines you she will suggest according to the condition of the ovum when to plan intercourse to increase the chance of pregnancy.
take care
Answered: Sat, 28 Apr 2012
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