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Taking FSH injections and clomofene tab for infertility problem. Not getting cure. Any solution?

hello sir, I have a problem of infertility . Iam taking FSH injections from 6months and along with that iam taking clomofene tablets also. But when i went for scanning they were telling follicle size is only 12mm. 6 times same thing happened. And i have thyroid problem also but its in control. Iam taking thyroup-75mg. iam 28 years old. This is the 18th month of my marriage. I have irregular periods also. please find me one solution sir please
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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Thanks for the query.

You need to find out the cause of irregular periods and treat it accordingly before taking treatment foe infertility.

Only way to increase the size of follicle is to start HMG in your treatment schedule.
Consult the same with your Gynaecologist.

Star folic acid tablets, healthy diet, moderate exercise and stress free lifestyle

Wish you good luck,
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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