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Delayed periods. On fertyl tablets, asked to go for laproscopic surgery. History of PCOS. Pregnant?

Is there any side affect of fertyl 50 mg tablet ? I have PCOS problem. so doctor suggested me FERTYL 100mg tablet not only this i used many tablets for 9 months but no result, later i consult another 2 more doctors so they suggested me to go for Laproscopic surgery. Last month back i done laproscopic surgery.. Actually my period date is 15th but till Now i dint get my period . Is there any chance of getting pregnancy.??
Asked On : Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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Hello Gaya,
Since using Fertyl tab for 9 months has not resulted in pregnancy, its unlikely that it will prove beneficial any more. Generally we give it for 6 months only. The next option is laproscopic surgery, which you have already taken. Now have unprotected intercourse for 6 months to concieve. Many women show good results with laproscopic surgery. If your mensus have been delayed do a pregnancy test at home, there are good chances that you may be pregnant.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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