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Planning for kids. Using duphaston. Positive urine test, miscarriage. Prescribed mcbc-69 and diane35. Reason?

We r planning to have kids since one yr. I was using duphaston for four months. While using duphaston I got a positive urine test.But suffered a misscarriage on 38 day itself. two months passed. I stopped using duphaston.Today I went to doc and was advised to take mcbm-69 and diane35. Am I getting treated in the right way. Doc saw my previous reports and said I have small follicles and so this might be delaying in release of ovaries..whats going on??
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
Welcome to HCM.
Probably your doctor reveals small cyst in the ovary in your test report. It may interfere with ovulation. So your doctor gives those medicine.
You have to regularize your period by medication and have sex around ovulation time to get highest possibility of pregnancy. Duphaston tab is given to treat progesterone deficiency.
Control your body wt by regular exercise,avoid stress,take healthy diet, Vit-E supplements and proper sleep.These will increase pregnancy rate.
Be well.
Answered: Thu, 28 Jan 2016
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