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PCOS, trying to conceive, have missed periods, negative pregnancy test, taking duphaston, folic acid. Can I get pregnant?

hello we r been trying to conceive for year now ,i hv pcos and irreguar long cycle doc.gave me glucophage , duphaston and clomid last month ie 10th june i hd periods and started clomid 2-5.Now i missed my periods ie 4 days took 2 hpt and one blood test all negtive.doc put me one again on duphsaton and added folic acid along wih it and aked me to wait.can i be pregnant after all these thing?????
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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In PCOS patients,pregnancy is difficult and one has to be very patient.
No body can predict the outcome of these treatments but sustained efforts will definitely bear fruits for you.
Along with the medications prescribed by your doctor you have to do two very important things
1.... Do regular exercises
2.... Reduce your weight and bring it your required BMI range.
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