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Trying to conceive. Have PCOD. Taking clomid, duphastan and folygel. Suggest? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 03-Jun-2013
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User:Hello Doctor:)
User:My name is XXXXXX
User:I am from XXXXXXX
User:Nice to chat with you
User:I have some queries regarding pregancy
User:can I ask you now
Doctor:I am here
Doctor:Please go ahead
User:Thanks, I got married for 1 year 8 months
User:From XXXXXXX I am getting treatment to become pregnant
User:I am consulting with a lady doctor from malar hospital chennai
User:She gave me clomid 100, duphastan and folygel to continue
User:she said I am having pdoc, not too severe
User:I am trying continously but I am not getting preganant, but doctor is saying dont get tensed, dont pressure urself, dont worry, ppl with this kind of ovaries will get pregnant
User:its being for the past 25 years
User:no solution for that
User:get the tablets be confident
User:she told like that
User:suggest me for more inputs
Doctor:Now i have few queries
Doctor:What is your age?
Doctor:What is your weight?
User:height 160
Doctor:You are married for more than one year how long you are trying to get pregnant?
User:in first year we tried to postponed, but we didnt use the prevention method for long time
User:We trying from this XXXXXXX
User:My treatment started by XXXXXXX
User:three months I am in treatment
Doctor:Since how long is the CLomid given?
User:From July doctor
User:July, August and September I am going to take from tomorrow
Doctor:Ok did the doctor do an Ultrasound scan and tell you if you are ovulating or not for the last two months?
Doctor:That is important
Doctor:for us to decide on the next step
User:No doctor, in last december we went to her, she did all the test including everything, she said the report is fine with you and your husband, but for me I have very few polycystic ovaries
User:I am not sure whether she did ultrasound or not
Doctor:Ok continue with this cycle with clomid
Doctor:You can ask her about it
User:I told her that in the end of every month, I used to get pain at the back, my body used to get hot
Doctor:You can try for 3 months with clomid
Doctor:clomid improves the chances of ovulation
User:Then doctor says dont worry its a good symptom That u r ovulating
User:So u r telling me to continue clomid this month also
User:am i rite
User:I am getting my periods in a correct time doctor
Doctor:First find out with your doctor
Doctor:if you are ovulating
Doctor:ask her to do the ultrasound
User:ultrasound will tell whether I am ovulating in a correct time or not?
User:I used ovulation strip to find out the ovulating stage doctor
User:I am getting ovulated at the time of 19th and 20th days
Doctor:yes ultrasound will be correect
Doctor:than the ovulation strip
Doctor:Are you having intercourse during the ovulation XXXXXXX
User:ok doctor I will ask about this to my doctor
User:one more question
User:polycystric ovary will prevent from getting pregnant
User:Yes doctor
Doctor:It delays or reduces the chances
Doctor:but there are many who got pregnant with PCOS
User:Reduces the chance means it doesn't leave to not getting rite?
User:ok doctor
User:Thanks for your time
Doctor:Do you have any more query
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me
Doctor:Bye for now
User:ok doctor, will ask if any doubts i have.
User:bye for now.
Doctor:Good day
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