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Pelvis report shows follicles. Prescribed Endogest and CCQ. How to take it?

Hi my name is neha Patel I report my pelvis last month and my report said I have 10 follicles on left overy and 7 follicles on right overy so my gynecologist suggest me few tablet but she did not tell me about this 2 tablet which is ENDOGEST 100 and another one is CCQ 50 and when I try to contect her she is oversease right now so please help me when and which time I have to take this two tablet and one more thing I am not pregnant and my period date is 22 October so please suggest me how to take this both tablet and when I can take this tablet ? Please help me for this problem
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
CCQ is clomiphene which is given to women who have difficulty in ovulating.
It is generally taken from the 2nd day of the cycle for 5 days.
You cannot take it by yourself.
You have to undergo a baseline ultrasound and then follicular monitoring after taking this medication.
Endogest is progesterone which is given after ovulation to support the pregnancy in case you conceive.
GEt in touch with a gyneocologist and take the medication with prescription.
Answered: Tue, 11 Jun 2013
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