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Taking prodafem for long bleeding. Will it interfere conceiving?

Hi, i was with my doctor last week because of too long bleeding and she prescribed me Prodafem to take for 10 days. my worry is, I'm trying to get pregnant, will this be a problem taking Prodafem? Please help! and also my clearblue fertility monitor have be saying fertile for 6 days now and never show a pick fertile, could this also be problem from PRODAFEM?
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Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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Prodafem is progesterone used for control of prolonged and/or heavy bleeding and is safer over Norethisterone when pregnancy is contemplated, but , the drug must be used at the doctor's discretion. The fertility monitor you are using is meant to detect LH levels and it may be affected by the medicine at higher doses only. The fact could be that you did not probably ovulate this cycle so far. Please get further suggestions from your doctor. Take care.
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