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Trying to conceive. Suggested productive f and benforce m. Are these tablets good for conceiving?

Dear Doctors, I am married 4 Yrs back, i tried getting concieve but its not worked, recently i Meet the indian doctor in india, where she taken the scan copy and other blood tests. Reports are Normal she advise me some inmature folics are there in my scan suggested me to take productive f until i concieve and given benforce m! Please suggest me is the above tablets are good to use for getting concieve Thanks in advance Honey
Asked On : Sat, 28 Apr 2012
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hello and welcome,

immature follicles in the ovary is seen in polycystic ovarian syndrome.

the tablets prescribed to you are appropriate for your treatment.'

Get repeat scan done after 1-3 months time to see how the PCOS has responded to treatment. If it is showing good response, induction for egg release can be done.

Proceed with your treatment with a positive attitude,
do not worry, you can have a successful pregnancy with aid of proper treatment.

Stress makes PCOS worse, so avoid all kinds of stress, and be relaxed while being on the treatment.
Take care.
Answered: Sun, 29 Apr 2012
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