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Trying to conceive, poly cystic ovaries, low sperm count, taking productive m. Will it helps in conceiving?

hello,my name is gunjal and my age is 26 and married for lasts 2 years my question is that we r trying form last 7 months but i am not able to concieve ,we met a dr.she did our test and all and then in reports it came that my husband had poor sperm count and i have polycyctic ovaries of 4.4 and 7 and she gave my husband a tablet called productive m . now plz tell me weather this treatment is correct and in how many months i will be able to concieve.plz help me
Asked On : Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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yes you can conceive definately with this treatment. And you must also aware of the ovulation period to conceive early. ovulation time is usually 14 days before the 1st menses date. If your mens cycle is 30 days then your ovulation time is 16th day. So you both should meet in these days from 15th to 18th days so you will get the better chances of conceive.
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