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I am diagnosed by pcod since 4 years, can I take fertomid 50 mg ?

Hi, I am 29 yr old woman 84 kg ,i am diagnosed by pcod since 4 yrs ,i m on metformin. i hv a 7 yr old daughter,i want hv a baby is my 3rd day of my cycle...can i take fertomid 50 mg,,,,wt is the success rate.(my is irregular periods)
Asked On : Mon, 25 Oct 2010
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Dear Nikisaggi

You need proper evaluation by your Gynecologist. You doctor will make sure you are the right candidate. He/she also make sure there are no contraindications for the medicines.

As per your history, you will definitely get benefit from Fertomid. Fermotid is indicated in PCOD for ovulation induction. It has to be taken from day 5th to day 10th for 5 days. If there is no response it can repeated after 30 days.

Consult your MD before you start and follow up with you MD during the course.

Best of luck.

Dr. Jagdish

Answered: Sun, 7 Nov 2010
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