The medication you refer has the ingredients as two hormones, cyproterone
acetate (an anti-androgenic progestogen) and ethinyloestrodiol (an estrogen). This combination is classified as a low-dose combined oral contraceptive
- it suppresses ovulation and changes cervical mucus. It is often also used for the treatment of severe acne
and hirsuitism in women and for female pattern baldness
or androgenetic alopecia
in women. While taking this medication you will not be able to conceive.
Your doctor may have prescribed it to try and get your hormones balanced before you attempted another pregnancy
so that the next pregnancy has a good chance of starting out on the right foot. It is put on trial for 2 to 3 cycles and in fact any medicine for infertility
is put on trial for 2 to 3 cycles before any other intervention is done. I would suggest you to continue it for the remaining month and visit the doctor again. The prescription of Oral contraceptive drugs in common in treating the immature follicles so don?t be worried. You should have trust in the doctor if you are treating for infertility and he is the best guide and don?t come to conclusions with the information over the net and from friends.