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Taking Glucophage and Duphaston. No periods

hi I am 25 yrs from may 5th 2012 onwards i am under treatment first symptom was breast pain and was diagnosed Prolactin 27.Later my docter put me on parlodel again tested after 2 months nd it came down to .08.we are trying now .I am taking glucophage tablets from 22nd may onwards now its 3 per day that was started on this 22nd .managon also injected.But neg preg test.this september i took duphaston 10 days per day one. still no periods, Please advice me. Regards, Ann
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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In the current scenario, ovulation studies also should be done to assess the result of medication. When hormones are taken to induce a period, you can expect the period 3-7 days after completion of treatment. So, please wait until ten days after treatment and if you still do not see a period, get further help from your consultant. You cannot expect conception during the first cycle itself. Up o six courses of ovulation induction can be tried with proper monitoring. To exclude/confirm pregnancy, blood test is better in your condition. Hope this helps.
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