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Laproscopy surgery done for removal of endometric cyst. Given lupid injection. Chances of conceiving?

Hi I had my Laproscopy surgery on 7th Dec 2012 for removal of my endometric cysts on my left and right overy, i am given Lupid injection after my 1st menses on 3rd day and I am asked to take 2 more injections after 3 weeks, while taking these injections can I conceive? or after the course of injection is over there are chances of pregency? why these injections are given to me, as I was told I need to try to conceive within 6 months of time after my Laproscopy? Please help within how much time can I concive?
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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o.k the treatment started for endometrisis in cases of mild diseases with tubal patency with normal male factors and regular menstrual cycles with regular ovulation. after a course of three ingections of lupin usually women comes with missed periods and pregnancy
Answered: Thu, 28 Nov 2013
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