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Planning to conceive. Taking Clofert, Wysolone, Folvite, Glycomet for follicle rupturing. What is next?

Hi doctor...I m married sum 16 months before... Frm last month v r planning to conceive...I had undergone a series of ultra sound 4 times last month nd had to take an injection for rupturing of follicle ..and on 22 nd or 23 rd day d follicle got ruptured bt dint conceive...I m taking clofert 100, wyosolone, folvite and glycomet...please tell me watsnext
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Your history suggests you are suffering from PCOS. PCOS is multifactorial hormonal disorder which leads to anovulation and infertility. Try to lose weight by diet control and exercise. Clomiphene ( clofert) is the drug of choice to induce ovulation. It is usually started with 50 mg and dose is gradually increased till 150 mg if there is no response. If even after dose of 150 mg you don't ovulate then you may need ovulation induction using gonadotropin injections or laparoscopic ovarian drilling. Don't lose hope with failure of first cycle. Positive thing is you have ovulated with 100mg clofert. Your treatment is on right track. Trust your doctor.
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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