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Trying to conceive, have thyroid, history of abortion in early pregnancy, prescribed Gestofit after egg release. How will it help?

Hi doctor I am deepika, 27 old, i am married last 3 year, but i have no baby , 13-2-2012, i suffer with abortion in eary pregnancy, i have also suffer with thyroid , but from 3 month i take reguler medicine, recently 11-9-12 my dr check my ovlution with ultrasound , she said the edd is already relised, then she preferred me GESTOFIT 300, med. , how it work, when egg allready ovlution.
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Thanks for your query.

GESTOFIT 300 is a progesterone tablet which induces secretory changes in the endometrium, promotes mammary gland development, relaxes uterus, blocks follicular maturation and ovulation, and maintains pregnancy.

As egg is already released then it will prevent proliferative changes and promote secretory changes so that implantation can occur and will help to maintain pregnancy.

Hope i have answered you.

Thank you.
Answered: Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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