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Trying to concieve. Prescribed Fertyl and Duphaston. Helps to get pregnant?

Hi, i am aged 42. I had to abort the foetus 3 months back due to chromosomal abnormality. since then i am trying to conceive but no good. this month i am adviced by doctor to take tablet fertyl (5 mg) from 3rd day to 7th day and duphaston 10 mg from 16th day to 25th day. my period are due on 29th of this month will this work kindly suggest.
Asked On : Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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At your age natural hormonal levels will be slightly on the lower side and so you will need supplements. You should get hormonal evaluation and also follicular study before planning for pregnancy. If you are ovulating naturally, Clomiphene is not needed; also hyper-stimulation of the ovary should be carefully watched for when one is on this drug. If natural ovulation is not so good, then this is perhaps the first choice and is usually effective. but you may have to wait for up to 3-4 cycles to see the result. Follow your doctor's instructions regarding timing of intercourse preferably after follicular study follow up to know time of ovulation to get better results. Good luck.
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