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What are the benefits of Zonem, Bifilac, Nufore, Fertisure, Folvite and Aloes Compound? Trying to conceive

I am 27 years and getting regular periods.we are trying to conceive for 5 months.i consulted a doctor who prescribed the following tablets Folvite MB 1-0-0 ,Aloes Compound 2-2-2,Fertisure F 1-0-1 for me and Fertisure M for him.also he has asked us to take Zonem,bifilac and Nufore 150 for particular days.also my doc has asked me to take a complete abdomen scan (2d) .can u pls mention me the benefits of my tab and the use of the scan.thanks in advance. Rifa
Asked On : Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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All are multivitamins/antioxidants. Unproven clinical benefit. Folic acid can be continued for NTD prevention. 5 months is too short period to start infertility treatment. If very anxious basic investigations like semen analysis, tubal patency test (SSG/HSG) & test of ovulation can be conducted. If all normal & no other major problem chance of conception in 12 months - 85%.
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