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Trying to conceive, have PCOD, taking glyciphage, ubiphene, ovacare forte. Will these medicines help?

hai i m 29 yrs old .i have irregular periods ,i got marriage 2 yrs before ,we tried for pregnancy ,i have consulted the gynecologist .they test every test for both of husbands is normal,but i have pcod ,for that i take regular medicine for 1 yr, bt till now i can t. my husbands jobs movable so i too move with family adviced me to stay in one now i m staying in one place itself.and here consulting a doctor and taking medicine for 3 months,my medicine are glyciphage,ubiphene,ovacare forte and bio-preg that right to take these medicines,what are all the uses of these tablet.can you help me to give good suggestion thank you
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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Hi, welcome to healthcare magic

PCOD is one of the most common causes of infertility. Treatment involves: (1) weight loss (if there is excess weight then weight loss actually improves the chances of conceiving)
(2)Glyciphage is also one of the medications normally prescribed for women with PCOD, it reduces the insulin resistance associated with the conditions, facilitates weight loss and improves fertility
(3)Ubiphene is another recommended drug when the above 2 methods have not produced a result on their own. It induces ovulation / the release of a an egg from the ovaries.It is usually started on day 3 to 5 and continued for 5 days.If the lower dose is ineffective your doctor may consider increasing it. Some women are unsucessful with this medication and require other hormonal medication
(4) ova care forte contains antioxidants and vitamins and help with overall health

I hope this information is helpfula and wish you success
Answered: Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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