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Trying to conceive. Irregular period. Taking sysron-n tablets. Worry?

Hi. I am Priya from Bangalore, I ve been tested for US scanning which showed PCOD result, i ve been trying to concieve for 6 months but its not giving any results as my periods are irregular.. i ve taken sysron-n tablets to induce my periods.. after 3 days i ll be getting my periods,, what shud i do next to get the treatment for concieving wthn 2-3months and getting pregnant asap.. as i am very much worried ,, married for almost 1yr 8months..pls i need your help...
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Hi, Priyaji,
Welcome to HCM,
You require to have your period regular then we think of having pregnancy.
Consult your Gynaec and get all investigations done.
After period become regular then go for ovulation study and then follow advice of your Gynaec.
Remain in regular follow up with your Gynaec.
Go for thyroid check up as well.
Reduce weight if you are obese.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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