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Trying to conceive. Have irregular periods. Prescribed MCBM-69 and CCQ-50. When to take medicine?

Hi, Iam trying to conceive for last 6 months, as Iam having an irregular menstrual cycle which varies from 30 to 40 days I consulted a doctor and she advised me to take MCBM-69 for 30 days and CCQ-50 for 5 days, now iam confused with when to take those medicine, I mean is it during my periods time or after that. Hope u understood my problem.
Asked On : Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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MCBM 69 is a multivitamin which has folic acid & other 2 types of B group vitamins - it is perfectly safe to take the tablets from the time you decide to conceive till 3m into pregnancy.
CCQ50 is the clomiphen tablet which helps to improve fertility - you must start CCQ on D5 of Period (D1 is 1std of bleeding - take CCQ once a day for 5 days)
First you will need to wait for period & then start CCQ
Hope this helps
Answered: Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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