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Irregular periods, trying to conceive. Prescribed hyponid, dimed. Safe to take?

hello doctor. im XXXXXX. i had met a gyno in XXXX two months back for my irregular periods. she suggested me dimet 850 2 times a day and an ayruvedic tablet hyponid ...she said its for weight reduction. which one of them helps in weight reduction? will i have side effects. im planning for a baby now. pls advice. thanking you.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum. Both drugs dimet, and hyponid are good for expecting mothers but so far my knowledge concerned using both tablets at a time may not be recommended, because both the drugs have hypoglycemic properties besides use full ness in infertility. the doctor would have recommended either hyponid or dimet.
Before starting it i advise you to contact your doctor about this doubt. After starting the drugs also i advise you be cautious about excess sweating. If it happen to be there you should immediately contact a doctor. Dimet may cause change in the taste of the tongue, with no problem on health.
To conceive one should not be anaemic, no debility in health, and stamina. For that i advise you both some diet recommendations as Take more of green leafy vegetables, pulses, sprouts, milk,egg, meat, fruits and juices. Wishing for a beautiful recovery and thanks for calling.
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