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On krimson, fertyle, himalaya evecare syrup for irregular period and pregnancy. Are they good?

Dear Sir, I am 25 yrs old married, i have completed 1 year for my marriage in May 2012, and i want to become pregnant, i was suffering from Irregular menses so my Dr. asked to me to course of Krimson 35 for 5 months now my periods are on time, now she suggested me to take Fertyl 50 on 5th day of menses and Himalaya Evecare syrup, and Dr. says that it is very effective and generally we will get positive result.. is it so?? i want to be pregnant now, Pls suggest your opinion. Thannks
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Thank you for posting your query on Healthcaremagic.

The first drug, Fertyl 50 contains clomifene. This drug helps in induction/release of ovum (female egg), this is a prime requirement to become pregnant. The second medicine, Himalaya Evecare syrup, contains indigenous herbs like Ashoka, Shatavari, Lodhra and Vasaka. These medicines, being female hormone modulators, also helps in becoming pregnant. Hence, I agree with your treating physician that this will definitely help you in conceiving baby.
There are some points to be considered which will help you in becoming pregnant. These are as follows,
(1) Best time for getting pregnant
Getting pregnant faster is knowing when you ovulate (release egg from your ovary). Since most women release an egg once each menstrual cycle, there are only a few days out of each cycle when sex can actually lead to pregnancy. You can ovulate anywhere from 13 to 20 days before your period. Hence, best for you if you have sex during this time to get pregnant. There are many methods by which you can know when you ovulate like tracking basal body temperature, consistency of cervical mucus and use of ovulation prediction kits etc. Ask your treating physician to guide you on this.
(2) Reach on time
Once you know when you are going to ovulate, you can plan to have sex during these most fertile days: from 3 days before ovulation to the day of ovulation. There is a range of days as sperm can survive for 5 to 6 days in your body. While your egg only survives for a day.
(3) Relax and don’t stand up after sex
Lying on your back (may be with a light pillow below your thighs) after sex will help to retain more semen and hence more sperms which will increase chances that a sperm successfully reaches and fertilizes egg.
(4) Enjoy the process- getting pregnant
Please don’t get tense to get pregnant, as there are more chances for you at conceiving if you aren't stressed because during stress there is imbalance in the sex hormones which will hamper your chances in getting pregnant.
(5) Prepare for having most efficient sperm
There are more chances of sperm at fertilizing an egg when they're healthy, strong, and plentiful. They are several things which will help your partner get his sperm fit and fine like;

-Reduce/stop alcohol intake as drinking daily can decrease testosterone levels and sperm counts and raise the number of abnormal sperm
-No tobacco and recreational drugs (these can cause poor sperm function)
-Take healthy food rich in zinc, folic acid, calcium, and vitamins C and D to boost the sperm viability.

Hope this will help you. Take care and best luck.

-Dr. Vishal Vadgama (MD)
Answered: Thu, 4 Jul 2013
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