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How fast can i concive after Lupride ?

how fast can i conceive after Lupride. I had laproscopy for endometrosis on Dec 6 2010. I was given three shots of Lupride in span of 21 days. Last shot was on Jan 9th 2011. I had got my periods last on Dec 18th 2010. It is mid March now and still i have not got periods. Now i plan to get pregnant . Is is safe to get pregnant now. if yes, then do i have to get periods in order to conceive. If yes what should i do in order to get my periods. if no then should we proceed with planning of pregnancy . or If it is not yet safe to get pregnant, how long do i have to wait for it.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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NO it is not safe to get pregnant now.Lupride has adverse effect on fetus and may lead to anomalies.Normal functions are restored only after 3 months of discontinuation of lupride.As u took last dose on jan 9th 2011..u should atleast wait till april 9th 2011.By that time your menstrual and reproductive functions will be restored.Then u can plan for pregnancy without any risk to fetus.Take care.
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