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Having PCOD, vomiting, back pain. Urine test negative. Can I get pregnant?

hi sir,im married for 1 year.aftr marriage i got period for every 2 months.i consulted a doctor she treated me with diane35 for 6 months as im having pcod . after that i used siphen for 1 month still i got date but a very low one.for 1 week i ot symptoms like vomitings, backpain and all.negative urine test. i consulted doctor she directed me to infertility she gave me rejumet,B longf n i able to get pregnant.i need your sugestion
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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hi, you have said PCOD. What is your age, your hormonal levels, Thyriod function test. all that is important to advice. you are put on metformin and Folic acid with pyridoxine. which is very good. you need to take this tablets for a while. Sometimes you will conceive with this treatment only if no other major problems. all the best.
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