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Trying to conceive, eggs not rupturing, prescribed dub-5mg. What is use of this tablet?

please tell me what is use of tablet dub-5mg ??, as i am trying to concieve from last 1 year.and i was going through a follicullar study my egg are growing but not rapturing even after taking two injections , now on 26th day when my doctor saw still the eggs are not rapuring then she give me this tab for 10 days two times..plz tel its use??
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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The medication you have been prescribed is Norethisterone. It is perhaps given as a last measure in the hope that it would induce ovulation. Yet, this may not help. This is a progestogen used to treat menstrual disorders, for postponement of cycles, in the treatment of endometriosis, breast cancer and as part of contraception.If you are suffering from PCOD, you may benefit from the addition of Metformin for ovulation induction. Hope you have the information needed. Take care.
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