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Taking naturogest 200mg for conception, trying to conceive, follicle not formed, feeling dizzy in the middle of the night, - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hello
Doctor :   Hello,
Doctor :   how are you and how may I help you?
User :   I am doing good thank you. I have some query on a gyneac medicine that i am taking
Doctor :   ok sure
Doctor :   happy to help
User :   my doc had advised me to take naturogest 200mg
Doctor :   I see
Doctor :   what is the indication for taking this
Doctor :   what is your medical issue for which it has been given
User :   I am planning pregnancy...
Doctor :   Oh ok I see
Doctor :   This is generally a safe medication
User :   and in my last menstrual cycle while doin folicular study, she said the follicle was not formed and hence recommended that and asked me to visit her in the next cycle
Doctor :   I see
Doctor :   Yes this is appropriate and safe
User :   last night i stopped taking this since i was feeling quite neausiated for past few days........and today i started bleeding
Doctor :   .
Doctor :   I see
User :   is this related?
Doctor :   this is because you withdrew the medication
Doctor :   yes
User :   ohhhh
Doctor :   absolutely
User :   should i start taking it again? or should visit my doc?
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   I would restart
Doctor :   as directed
User :   oh ok
Doctor :   Try some omeprazole for the nausea
Doctor :   maybe you have a bit of gastritis going on
Doctor :   take omeprazole with breakfast
User :   ok ya...i do have stomach upset as well
Doctor :   I see
Doctor :   I think it will really help
User :   butsince i take this medicine in the night, sometimes i get up in the middle of the night feeling dizzy
User :   and with headache
Doctor :   it will still be ok
Doctor :   hmm
Doctor :   i think maybe a bit of dehydration
Doctor :   maybe is playing a role
User :   ok...
Doctor :   I am confident that it will help
User :   great...i'll start taking
Doctor :   very good
Doctor :   :)
User :   moreover, i wanted to check if the following course of medicines is safe to take if you are planning for pregnancy? : Lactrose, M2 Tone, ARG 9, and Barkeit
Doctor :   anything else I can help with>
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   I don't see a concern with those
User :   she has given me dosage of these starting from different days
User :   ok that gives me some confidence! :)
Doctor :   I think you will see some success soon!
User :   and i have been asked to go for regular follicular study post 11th day.....
Doctor :   .
User :   m looking fwd to! :)
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   that is appropriate
User :   but will this unexpected bleeding today due to withdrawal of medicine affect in any case?
Doctor :   very appropriate
Doctor :   I dont think so
Doctor :   I think you can safely get back on and continue as prescribed
User :   ok
User :   and how does stress affect while planning pregnancy?
Doctor :   Stress plays a minor role
Doctor :   important for you to try to relax
Doctor :   do yoga
Doctor :   exercise a bit
Doctor :   walking is good
Doctor :   and it will help stress
User :   sure! I have strated exercising! :)
User :   this was all very very useful doc! :)
User :   Thank you sooo much!
Doctor :   I am glad we were able to help
Doctor :   I wish you all the best
User :   thank you!
User :   have a good day!
Doctor :   you too
User :   bye
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