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Trying to conceive with IUI, having thyroid condition. Wants to take femilon to regularize periods. Safe to take?

Am 29 yrs old and we are trying for a pregancy using iui for the past 6 months.My recent medical report told i have throid and my doctor suggested me femilon tablet for a month for regular period and then get the iui done next month.Please suggest whether it is good to use these tablets this month and continue with the iui next month .WIll this increase chances for becoming pregnant?
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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Using the femilion will regularize your period and this will increase the chances of pregnancy in the cycles to follow .You should also ensure that your thyroid levels are corrected at the earliest with medications this too will increase the chances of pregnancy .
I wish you all the best and really hope you conceive soon .
Answered: Tue, 22 May 2012
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