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Am i taking the proper medication to conceive ?

hi doc, i am 28 years old and i am planning to have a baby so last month i went to a gynecologist and see said that i am over weight and i have to reduce my weight and see suggested this drugs stimufol for 5 days, nacfil twice a day for 30days, m2tone twice a day for 30 days, blongf one for day for 30 days and about a 25 days are completed till now, does during the use of this drugs will not start the menses as usually my cycle is 28days and till now i is not started so please suggest me on this and also the future steps to conceive
Asked On : Mon, 21 Mar 2011
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hi kavita
welcome to health care magic
as your diagnosed as PCOS your menstrual cycles are disturbed and so your not able to concieve..i will suggest u to consult homeopath to get rid of PCOS permanently so that there wil b no recurrence of PCOS in future and you can concieve easily..
good luck
Answered: Mon, 26 Sep 2011
Homeopath Dr. Arif. K. Kaware's  Response
hi kavitha;
welcome to healthcare magic;
The drugs advice by your gynaecologist will help you in conceiving.If you are overweight you have to reduce weight.During the use of these drugs you will start your menses as usual so don't worry but if you conceive you will miss your cycle.You have not mention about your male partner;are his reports normal.To conceive you should have intercourse on alternate days from 10th-20th day of your 28th day menstrual cycle;during this period you ovulate and chances of conception are high.Before 10th and after 20th you can have intercourse daily.If you have intercourse daily the sperm count decreases.Thanks
Answered: Mon, 21 Mar 2011
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