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Taking Deviry for PCOD, done IUI. Can I take Siphene? No bleeding

I had completed 5 cycles of IUI . Now preparing for 6th cycle IUI. Due to PCOD I have to take deviry. From 11 to 17th June 2012 I took deviry. Today 26th I had few drops of bleeding from morning. No continue bleeding. I advised to take siphene from D2 to D6. Can I take siphene tomorrow (d2) or when? I got confused due to no bleeding. whether i consider today is D1 or not? Kindly advise me? OR siphene can take D3 ? AS doctor called me for folicular imagine on D7.
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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Yes ,if the his is your normal period you can start the medicine as advised .You can considar today as day 1 .
the medicine can be started from day 2 or day 3 . Since you are having period on 26th day it is better to take it from day 2
Hope all other factors for successful I U I are present during the procedures and you have been evaluated in all respect
wishing a success .
Answered: Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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