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Having irregular period. Taken treatment. Now having cyst in ovary, used novelon. Trying to conceive, taking siphene, lynoral, folic acid tablets. What are the chances of conception?

hi i have got married in 2010 nd befor my marriage i used to have irregular periods nd even now i have taken so many tablets nd injection for 6months it resulted me a cyst in right ovary then i used novelon for 2 months now everything is ok but i want to get pregnant nd my doctor gave me siphene nd lynoral 0.01mg nd folic acid tablets,can u tell me by using these tablets i can concieve this month?please tell me
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
siphene contains clomiphene citrate which will help in induction of ovulation in case of anovulatory disorders and irregular periods,
folic acid will help in the fertility and also for the brain development of baby if pregnancy occurs,
but the chance of getting pregnancy with one cycle of treatment is around 35 to 50%,
if you trace ovulation and plan intercourse around that time then there will be more possibility for pregnancy.
take care.
Answered: Wed, 11 Jul 2012
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