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Not able to conceive. Normal hormonal levels. Prescribed with duphaston. What are the other treatment methods?

hi there I do not have fartility issues neighter my husband, all my hormonal levels are fine , I was given by my doctor duphaston , I have been taking it for 10 days 2 pills morning and evening after I detected ovulation using test for the first month still nothing does it actually helps,what are my next options if this does not work?
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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thank you writing to HCM
In almost 25% of the patients the tests will be normal and there is no problem
This is unexplained infertility.

Duphastan would have been prescribed as a luteal support medication in case you get pregnant this month by your doctor

you can try at least for 3 cycles and if it does not work then meet your consultant for further change in management or next level of treatment

Hope to have answered your query
Dr Nandita Thakkar
Answered: Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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