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Taking Metformin and Clomid for PCOD, irregular periods. Is this treatment helpful to get pregnant?

Iam married seven month ago,two month ago my period was absent, the doctor say I have PCOD and he give me metaformin, orgametril and clomid , but the period is irregular and should be take orgametril first then the period come. Really I want to become pregnant , please advise me what i can do, is this treatment is helpful ?
Asked On : Wed, 9 May 2012
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I understand your concern and worry.

All the 3 drugs you mentioned are used in the treatment of PCOD. But the dosage and combination of medicines used are often individualized depending on each individual case.

Yes, this treatment is useful and is used commonly.

You need to follow up regularly with your treating doctor. Patience is very important.

I am sure you will get pregnant soon.

All the best.

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