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PCOD, tuberculosis, trying to concieve, on medicines to grow follicles. Alternative treatment?

hi i am 28 yrs old iam a pcod patient i got laproscopic drilling done on 31july this year .i am on tubercloses mdecines 2 months i had akt4 now iam having akt3 .ihad my periods on 11th october dr gave me ovofar 2 tabs daily for 5 days thn she did my tvs on 9th day she told follicles are growing in both ovaries so she gave me rec injection 2 dose on same day then on 12 day none of the follicles were growing she gave me oosure 2 tabs daily.i want to ask u that still i have a hope that my follicle will grow and i can conceive in this cycle? or else what treatment or procedure should i follow to conceive?
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
You have not mentioned size of follicles. If follicles were large on day9(>12-14mm) & not seen on days 12, they might have ruptured. Don't get disappointed so early. There are good medicines(tablets & injections) available for ovulation induction. Sometimes ovulation induction can take time. Just consult some infertility specialist doctor who will guide you right way.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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