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On thyronorm for hypothyroidism. Have PCOS. Prescribed with siphene and bioperg for follicular monitoring. Preoper treatment?

Hi doc, I m 31 trying to get preg for 1 yr invain! I have hypothyroidism for which I take thyronorm 100 mg and also PCOS ... I recently visited a gyn and she suggested tab siphene 50 mg and biopreg f for a follicular monitoring ..! Are there better chances of getting pretreat with these medicines? And is the line of treatment correct?
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Patients of PCOS really find very difficult to get pregnant.
Medicines given for Follicular monitoring are perfectly alright and you must take them regularly.
Make sure that your thyroid levels are in normal range and so you keep on taking your medicine regularly and also get your thyroid function tests done regularly.
Besides this there are two very important things to do.
1... You must take METFORMIN 500 mg twice a day regularly.Consult your doctor for this.
2... Do regular exercises and reduce your weight.
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