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Trying to conceive. Taking sipehene, progynova, eletroxin. Have hypothyroid. Effects of these medicine?

hi i am trying to concieve so my gync has given me sipehene 150 mg, from 3rd day, progynova 2mg from 7th day,and systen 200 mg from 16th day andproductive f for 3 mnths . i have hypothyroid . i take 75 mg of eletroxin daily. plz help me to know what all these medicines for thanks am very nervous
Asked On : Sat, 17 Mar 2012
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The tablet Siphene is given for ovulation induction, Susten for support of early pregnancy if you conceive and productive F is a multivitamin tablet.
Eltroxin is given as you are hypothyroid and this could be one of the cause for infertility.
You have not mentioned anything about regularity of your menstrual cycles.I would advise you to get follicular study, that is serial ultrasound scans done to know the growth of the eggs and to know the probable timing of ovulation.
Also, investigations of the husband including semen analysis is equally important.
Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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