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Irregular periods. Pregnancy test negative. Ovulation pills given. What should I do to conceive?

Hey doc, this is vienu here. As I want to discuss I m a married for 2 and a half year and plang to have year before I conceive bt have miscarriage after more than 2 months.i had my check up to know the reason of this mishappening. Bt every test is ok , one tube test left...the main problem arising is that,i had my last menses on 3feb and today is 28may. Pregnancy test is negative and nothing came in ultrasound .i had a meet with doc in between this period they askme to wait as my menses cycle is 35-40 .in my last pregnancy my urin test came +tive after two month plus. The doc has gave me something deviry tablets to have my periods and ovulation pills...please advise me right , I m totally confused. What should I do to conceive.
Asked On : Thu, 31 May 2012
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If your periods are longer than 35-40 days, it is possible that you are not ovulating regularly.
As the pregnancy test is negative, your doctor has given you something to bring on your periods.
After that, if you want to conceive, you may need some help with ovulation, hence the pills.
Just follow your doctor's advice, and if you feel something is not clear feel free to ask. Your doctor will probably monitor you with scans to see if you are ovulating and advice you when is the best time to conceive.
Hope that helps.
Answered: Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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