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Done follicular study. Prescribed Menopaur, HCG. Taken Duphaston. Will I get pregnant?

hai doctor. i am trying for a baby upto 4yrs. now i consult a dctr she do a follicular study. and give me 5 injections like menopaur and gonado and on day 12 she give hcg injection. and also on day 7 she do a cervix dilation and tell me that my cervix is very tight just she open a small now and rest she will do on next month. and i am taking many tablets namely progyluton 4tablets per day bcz of small size of endometrium , follic acid, omega 3 , dimet , aspirin, cabergolin 0.25mg, cyclogest 400mg vaginal twice daily, and duphaston . i take intercourse on the ovulation days she prescribed. any hope for pregnancy this month ? when i got my periods after stopping duphaston?
Asked On : Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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You have good chance of pregnancy with the medications you received. Just consult some infertility specialist because you are taking too many unnecessary medicines(progyluton 4tablets per day,omega 3 , dimet , aspirin, cabergolin 0.25mg, cyclogest 400mg vaginal twice daily, and duphaston: Not all are required at the same time).
Wish you good health.
Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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