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Trying for baby. Having thyroid and PCOD problem. Husband undergoing treatment for low sperm count. Chances of pregnancy with fertyl 50mg?

hi, I am 27 years, v r trying for baby for past 1 year. i have thyroid problem which now its in control as well as PCOD problem . my husband having low count of sperms, he too undergoes treatment. right now doctor put injection on day 1 of periods & she gave fertyl 50mg. i just want to know how far this tablet have chances in resulting
Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
PCOD causes some menstrual irregularities and anovualtion is one of them.
fertyl helps in inducing ovulation.
with one cycle of fertyl there is around 30% possibility of achieving of pregnancy.
if you trace ovualtory period with ovulation kits or by ultrasound and plan intercourse during that period there is more chance to get pregancy.
follow your doctor's instructions,
and take folic acid, multi vitamins and multi minerals tablets from now.
take care.
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For ur husband to increase sperm cont & motility use Muira puama mother tinchar ( homoeopathic medicine ) 25-30 drops with water 2 times a day.
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