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Prescribed Siphene, Ovigynd and Duphaston. When can I expect to ovulate?

Hi Doctor, i have been advised to take siphene( 3 times a day upto 5 days) and ovigynd tablets(2 times a day for a month) this month starting from 3rd day of my period.Then she has asked me to take Duphaston starting from 13th day.I want to know when can i expect to ovulate?? I mean by taking these tablets do we ovulate on time like in a normal 28 day period, 14th day is considered to be the ovulating time.So do we ovulate on time when we take these tablets??
Asked On : Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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In all possibility, you are suffering from hyperprolactinemia associated with anovulation. Siphene is given to treat excessive prolactin levels, Ovigyn is hCG and Duphaston contains progesterone. Your cycle needs to be monitored for at least one month to see if you are ovulating and if so, at what time. You should have a follicular study for this. Usually, if everything goes fine, ovulation occurs at the usual time of 14 days as in a normal 28-day cycle. Please get further advice from your doctor. Good luck.
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