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Want to get pregnant. Prescribed fertyl. Scan normal. Advise?

Hello Dr. I am married since 10 yrs now and i have an 8yr old son . We are planning for a child since10 months. My doctor prescribed fertyl 50mg twice a day 1month but it din't help. Then I was asked to go for a scan, in the scanning report everything was normal. Later, my doctor again prescribed the same medicine for two months. But still I did not get conceived. What should I do now?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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As you had a natural pregnancy earlier, you should first establish if you are ovulating regularly. You should also get tubal patency tested. While on induction, you will need follicular monitoring. Please remember, it may take at least 6 months while trying with induction and the doses may need to be increased if there is no response. Please also get any male factor defects get excluded. If necessary, you may get hormonal assessment and glucose tolerance test. Wish you good luck.
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