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Trying to conceive but having chocolaty cyst. Is ovanac and progynova correct medication for treatment?

Hi I am planning for the baby Today is my 5th day of periods, doctor prescribed me ovanac cc for 3 days and progynova I mg from 16th nov Please tell me the treatment is correct .I have chocolaty cysts but me egg size was normal , I toom medication for 3 months
Asked On : Sat, 16 Nov 2013
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If ovulation is happening normally and the ovum is being released in to the tube without any hindrance, you have been prescribed the needed medication. Your doctor perhaps wants to see if you can conceive naturally as you have not been prescribed any ovulation inducing agents. Please follow up regularly, monitor your basal body temperature and if possible, get a follicular study and have timed intercourse. You may need a couple of cycles to assess the situation. Hope you find this information helpful. Wish you good health.
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