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After taken letrozole if pregnancy not happen then when my periods will come again ?

is letrozole 25 mg good for me .i want to get preg fast? 29 yrs,pcod,irregular periods three month course of duluote-L then letrozole25mg for 5 days 1 tbl daily. no pregnancy is found .question is wether i stay with letrozole having double dose or again continue three month course of duluote-L ? as i had started letrozole this month could this tbl work for me if i start this medicine again. I want preg fast
Asked On : Sat, 3 Sep 2011
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If the pregnancy does not happen then the periods do come on their regular expected time. Lutrozole does not cause any delay in the periods. Recommended dose of lutrozole is 2mg. Taking a higher dose not increase your chances of conception rather it can be dangerous for your health.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal

Answered: Sat, 3 Sep 2011
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