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Trying to conceive. Irregular period. Had clomphine citrate, duphaston. Will I be okay?

hello mam, i had clomphine citrate for jan and feb and i got period on regularly 22nd jan and feb 22nd but my gyno has suggested me to not to take clomphine citrate to check whether regular period would come or not.. for march i dint get period its about 42 days i had intercourse on 8th and 9th of march as informed i went to dr on my from 23rd march i had duphaston i am trying to conceive mam
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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The first thing to be done in the current situation is to get a pregnancy test with a fresh early morning sample. It is also essential to know if you ovulated at all. You may get a trans-vaginal sonogram for a confirmation and consult your doctor for further suggestions. Duphaston could help if you suffer from a progesterone deficiency but is not going to induce ovulation. Wish you good health.
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