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Suffer from PCOS. Trying for pregnancy. Had a miscarriage. Delayed periods. On fertyl. Advice?

i got married in 2011 nov
i got pregnent after 1 month of marriage
and had miscarriage
its been a year
i m detected with problem of pcos
trying to concieve
but no results
now last motn had med fertyl for 5 days
wud i b able to get the desired result
as did intercourse from 7th day after may periods till 12-13 then gap of 1 week n then 3-4 days....periods date ws 26 march
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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If you are having regular periods now then the chances of conception are there. In addition to having Fertyl, you need to go for ovulation studies to detect the exact timing of ovulation so that intercourse can be planned timely.
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Answered: Wed, 1 May 2013
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