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Prescribed Duphaston to help get pregnant. Correct medicine?

Dear Dr. I have a question...excuse me, I went to doctor 4 months ago, I said to her I want to be pregnancy. she give me 3 tables of Duphaston and said it help your Ovulation being better I m not getting pregnancy till now. another doctor said me this pill prevents of pregnancy. I m so confused....please help me.... Thanks
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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Duphaston is dydrogesterone, a progestogen, used for hormonal supplementation. The role of this drug in infertility is not to induce conception, but to support in the luteal phase once ovulation has occurred. You need a proper assessment of yourself and your partner, including physical examination, hormonal assays, sonogram, tubal patency tests and tests for antibodies and also the male factor. Only then should treatment be initiated keeping in view the entire picture. Please consult an infertility specialist for further advice. Good luck.
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