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What should I do for getting pregnant ?

iam married ,iam having polycystic ovaries doctor advised me 2 take krimson 35,i took it for 6mnths,then my husband came from dubai ,we had sex for 3mnts, every month i ha d my periods ,we doesn t use any contraceptive tablets,but iam not pregnant ,wat wil be the problem ,wat i have 2 do for getting pregnant iam married female age:19 iam having problem polycystic ovaries,i took krimson 35,wat should i do for getting pregnant
Asked On : Wed, 9 Mar 2011
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Please undergo an ultrasonography to check the status of our ovaries. If they are gone and cycles are regular (without pills) then you wil be able to get pregnant.
If not, then treating PCO will be the next step, for which you can try homoeopathy , safely.
After taking hormonal pills, the body takes some time to adjust and start producing its natural hormones again. It may take few months to conceive, Keep trying. I hope you know about the right dates.
Answered: Wed, 9 Mar 2011
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