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Trying to conceive, no periods. Taking parledol for high prolactin, provera. MRI scan normal. Clomid safe to take?

i m currently 35 years old and currently having two kids,want to try another one, i don see my period at all , all test were done. my gyna has put me on parledol for three months as prolactin was high,it went normal test were done,I WAS ON mri scan ,no growth or cysts , he tried provera last time,and i saw mense just one day,and now he put me again on provera and clomid ,but i used provera no period and i am scared to take clomid because of no period at all.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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After 35 yrs the quality of the ovum is poor to get a fruitful pregnancy. That is first point that goes against the idea of third child.

Now since you are not menstruating I doubt the hormones are not influencing the changes inthe Uterine endometrium. Since the anatomy is well seen with MRI and nothing was found abnormal, It is time to meet a reproductive endocrinologist / Infertilty specialist and get spot on diagnosis.

The earlier you see the doctor and the early the treatment , whatever the the bleak chances will still remain viable for pregnancy.
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