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Inter menstrual bleeding, hormone imbalance. Taken progynova, benforce. Follicular study done. Treatment?

hi, I have been getting period twice for the last 2 months.when i consulted my doctor she advised me to take few tests and after going through the reports she stated its harmone imbalance and advised me to take progynova,benforce,CCQ 50.Follicular study has also been done.After follicular study she advised me to take benforce,progynova,agripreg sachets,folinal plus and susten vt 200. HCG 0000 Injection has been taken on 16th day.Are these tablets safe to use for healthy pregnancy.Does using these tablets cause any side effects.Will my periods become normail..pls help..
Asked On : Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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alternate way of treatment in getting pregnancy is only to keep doing pranayama and certain yogas for pregnancy will help in making conception and will also help in many way for balancing the hormones naturally.. moreover avoid greasy food and non veg simple food will help u better..
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