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How many period cycles should I wait to conceive after taking siphene 50 ?

hi im shilpa 19 and weigh 90 height 5.6 daignosed and confirmed pcos and after taking arbonnid capsules i got periods on 10th july and doctor is told to take siphene 50 mg 5 tablets yesterday i finishd all 5 now when shuld i have sex and when wil i get pregnant i want to get pregnant fst plz help me im confused
Asked On : Sun, 17 Jul 2011
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
Hi Shilpa
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Polycystic ovarian syndrome is multifactorial hormonal disorder which leads to either absence or infrequent ovulation and the result is delayed periods and infertility. During treatment with ovulation induction drugs ( Siphene ) you require to undergo follicular monitoring by ultrasound to know the growth of follicles and to document ovulation. Once ovulation is confirmed you can have intercourse on that day.
If your doctor has not asked you to do ultrasound then you can have sexual intercourse every alternate day for 1 week starting from 5 th day of last dose of siphene. For eg if you had last dose of tablet yesterday night then you can start intecourse on 5 th day( for 1 week) counting today as 1st day. Try to lose weight. Take care.
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OBGYN Dr. Hashim A Ali's  Response
PCOS is a very common cause of not getting pregnant. Obesity is a leading cause for it. You must reduce your weight by 30 kg. You can consult a dietetion on that. Drugs that can help are metformin and clomiphene citrate. But the most important thing is to reduce your weight. If you reduce your weight,and took the above drugs you will get pregnant in three to six month. Do'nt worry you are still very young.
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