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Trying to conceive, PCOS under control, have regular periods, normal eggs, advised to have intercourse, prescribed duphaston. What is its function?

hi Doctor my name is Jenavi . and im sufering with PCOS . it s almost 5 moths i have started takeing the glucophage 750mg . and the PCOS os under controlled . and the im now my preiod are regular so doctor has advice me to take clomid and on 12th day i went to her again to check the status of the egg. she said the eggs are fine and to have a intercorse . the thing is she advice me to take duphaston on the 16th day of my cycle . i need to know the rason for that .
Asked On : Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
hi jenavi,
duphaston is progesterone which helps in implantation when fertilization occurs,
and it will also help in maintenance of pregnancy and in prevention of miscarriages,
so you start taking that and if you miss your periods on expected date check for pregnancy,
you can also take folic acid tablets and multivitamin tablets from now onwards which will be beneficial to your baby.
take care.
Answered: Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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