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Why has the doctor prescribed Regestrone?

hi.I had my LMP on 30/01/2012. Then I was confirmed pregnant on 14/03/2012. then due to some non-development in the embryo , I had to abort it on 02/03/2012. then after 10 days, the doctor called me for check-up, and said that it was all cleared. Now the doctor has given me Glysiphage & Regestrone Sandoz 5mg. Doctor also adviced me that my LHP is very high. Can you pls guide me what is the meaning of LHP and why doctor has given me Regestrone.
Asked On : Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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hi jane,
LHP also called lutenizing hormone(LH) is essential for ovulation which occurs every 14 th day of your cycle,only when ovulation occurs at the correct time you can become pregnant.

you have nt mentioned for how long you are prescribed regestrone is it for 5 days or 21 or you are asked to continue?
are you bleeding?
regestrone is prescribed in your case i presume to aid ovulation as your LH levels are high and it would increase your chances of becoming pregnant


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