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Trying to conceive. Prescribed lycostar, apcod and siphene for bilateral pcod. Any ideas?

hi, i am 25 years old.now i have been trying to concieve for 11 months but i can t because i have bilateral pcod ,now my doctor prescribed lycostar,apcod powder,siphene to me.are these tablets correct to my problem?can i concieve?my last period date is december 14,which date will egg release?when shall we do intercourse?
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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hello,
You are suffering from bilateral PCOD and trying to conceive for last 11 months (called Primary Infertility). Your LMP is DEC 14.
You have to regularize period to be pregnant. Ovulation occurs nearly about 14 days before the expected date of next period. You have to intercourse around ovulation time without contraceptive method to get highest possibility of pregnancy. You may use OVULATION KIT to predict your ovulation time.
In your case,ovulation occurred around 30th Nov and had to intercourse from 28th Nov to 2nd Dec.
Consult with your gynecologist if infertility persists and need some investigations to rule out other causes. Take healthy diet with Vit-E supplements,avoid stress,do regular exercise and proper sleep.
Be well.
Answered: Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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