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Trying to conceive, have PCOS, no periods without duphaston, want to start clomid. Should I take duphaston or wait for natural period?

i, i have PCOS . 2 months ago i started using clomid . But no babe yet. However, after using clomid, my prediod is now 42-43 days instead of 30 days as before. each month i must take duphaston to get the prediod i would like to ask should i take duphaston this month (this month i did not use clomid) , today is th 30 of circle and i want to have prediod to start new circle with clomid. should i take duphaston or wait for my natural prediod? thanks
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Since it your 30th day of the cycle you should wait for at least one week more for your normal period to begin spontaneously. In case there is no bleeding then after ruling out the pregnancy by urine test, you can take duphaston.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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