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Can clofert and duphaston help in getting pregnant ?

Hi, I am 33 yr old, trying pregnancy for the first time, i have a medical history for Thyroid for which I am taking 100 and 75 mg alternatively. I hav ealso been advised Clofert 50mg from 3rd day for 5 days and duphaston from 14th day until 18th day. Want to know how helpful this line of medication is? As i am no more very young i was anxious about my pregnancy?
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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Hi, as far as thyroid treatment is concerned, you must continue your treatment to keep your TSH within normal limits. Clofert is used for inducing ovulation in women who have irregular or no ovulation. I hope your doctor has tested your ovulation status & has found some problem to justify this line of management. In women with normal ovulation & no history of fertility problems there is no indication for clofert (rather it should be avoided) as it is not without risks. Some doctors prescribe Duphaston for supporting any anticipated pregnancy (hormonal support) . I think you should discuss with your doctor about the indications of last two medicines as she or he knows the most about you. Take care.
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