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Trying for baby. Why am I bleeding extra after primoult?

hey doc, im 22 yrs, married and planning for a baby now. its been 1yr, im married n trying form 4months and not pregnant yet. im getting extra bleeding past 2months from now. doc have said that my egg is 3inches big and that is the reason for extra bleeding. im on medicine now primoult- N 10mg. my husband got tested too. his sperm count is less too. i just wanted to ask what should i doo next to get pregnant n hw long will it take to improve my husbands sperm count level. he is on medication as well. Is primoult birth controlling pills??
Asked On : Fri, 24 Aug 2012
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hi heartstealer,
Primoult - N is a norethisterone which is given to regularize excessive irregular bleeding during medicines.
Normally these drugs are given for some months after which periods become regular. This is also a contraceptive so you cannot conceive while taking this drug or you need to stop this drug immediately if you become pregnant and contact your gync.
When your periods become regular, it is easier to find ovulation day and get fertilized.
You havent given your husbands sperm count level . but 4 months is relatively short time to get pregnant..
Please both of you take good balance diet, have a stress free life and regular relaxed intercourse.
Iam sure you would be pregnant soon.
Answered: Fri, 24 Aug 2012
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