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Trying to conceive. Prescribed ovofar, ebexid, sicriptine, duphaston. Will I be able to conceive if I try on fertile days?

Hello Doctor, I was prescribed with: 1)OVOFAR (50) from D3 - D7 , 1 tab twice a day for 1st 2 cycles then 1 tab thrice a day for next 2 cycles and 2 tab twice a day next 2 cycles. 2)EBEXID - 2 tab daily for 3 months. 3)SICRIPTINE - 1 tab daily for 6 months. 4)HYPONIDD - 1 tab daily for 3 months. 5) DUPHASTON : 1 tab daily of D16 - D25 for 6 cycles. My LMP was on 27th april 2012. I want to know whether i will be able to conceive now, if we try on the fertile days ? If the conception occurs is it safe to continue the above prescribed medicines ? Kindly help me with the answers. Regards
Asked On : Sat, 5 May 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello Kan,
Welcome here on hcm.
In my view you will be able to conceive certainly.
Once you are declared pregnant than your treating doctor will change the medicines.
So dont worry.
I will suggest you to go along with your treating doctor.
Answered: Sat, 5 May 2012
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