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Planning to conceive. Prescribed fertyl, duphaston, folic acid, missed periods. Pregnant?

Hi, mam i am 22 years old married since 1 1/2 year. we are planning for pregnency we approched the doctor she suggest me to take fertyl 50 (from 2nd day of menstration upto 6th day) , duphaston 10mg(from 16th day to 25th day) 10 tablets, folic acid 30 tablets (every day at bed time) i have completed the course and i missed the period it means i have conceived or not
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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hello there.

You have taken the right treatment.
Ferty stimulates ovaries to release egg s and thus favors chances to conceive.

Since you have missed your periods, the first thing you need to do is a urine test for pregnancy.

The chances of conceiving are more as you took treatment with ovulation induction drugs.

It is better you do the urine test with fresh early morning urine sample. You can use any of the home pregnancy kits like velocit, I-Can for doing the test.

If your test is positive (2 dark lines appear after adding 3 drops of urine within 5 minutes) then you need to meet your gynecologist.

Take care
Answered: Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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