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Trying to conceive. Taking folic acid, clofert. Follicular study done. What is lupigest for?

Hi. I am 30 Years old and trying to conceive for the first time. We have effectively only tried once before this time and since my periods came, doctor suggested a Folic acid tablet- clofert 50 followed by ovulation study. My follicles ruptired on 14th day. Doctor has suggested Lupigest 200. Why Lupigest...what does it do?
Asked On : Thu, 22 Nov 2012
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Hello there.

Thanks for writing.

Lupigest is progesterone hormone tablet.

This hormone thickens uterine lining making it favourable for implantation of pregnancy. It also supports early pregnancy preventing miscarriage.

Rupture of follicles on follicular study after clofert 50 use suggests you had ovulation and are likely to conceive if you had timely intercourse.

So your doctor has prescribed lupigest to support the fertilized egg for implantation and growth.

Lupigest will not harm your pregnancy or baby in anyway.

Take care.
Answered: Thu, 22 Nov 2012
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