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Nabothian cysts in cervix, trying to conceive, bigmet, medroxy, fertil, decapcrigl, letrol

dear sir, i am nira , 26 years(married). my doctor said he find nabothian cysts in cervix and from November 16,2011 i am taking medicine as per my doctor suggest. we said we want to take baby but still no result. i take the following medecine: 1. bigmet 500mg continue 2.medroxy 10 mg 1+0+1 3.fertil 50mg 0+0+2 4.ovulet 50mg 0+0+3 4.fertil 50mg 2+0+2 5.decapcrigl 0.1mg injection 6.letrol 2.5 mg 1+1+1(not taking) pls help me by giving best suggestion what should we do in this stage.
Asked On : Tue, 8 May 2012
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I really appreciate your concern, you are taking mote than enough medicines and these medicine has no role in conception because pregnancy is physiological and natural phenomenon does not need any medicines, now for the cyst if this is really or confirmed "Nabothian" cyst then this is nothing to worry about this, cyst does not need any treatment only thing this should be confirmed it should be differentiate with other conditions, in my opinion you need to stop all the medicine and the chance to nature for conception, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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