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Trying to concieve, prescribed Duphaston and folic acid tablet. Safe?

hi i m trying to conceive from last 1 year but not getting success. I consulted with a doctor as my periods are regular but didnot told me for any test she said to take duphaston and one folic acid tablet and one vitamin tablet. I just want to consult you that without any test these medicines are good or not for conceiving baby faster.
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Hello, thanking for asking your query.

Your doctor has suggested Duphaston which is used in infertility due to inadequate luteal phase in menstural cycle. Folic acid & multivitamin improves the chance of female fertilty. So have faith in your doctor. In the mean while there are few things which you can do from your side.

Relax , dont get anxious, stress is one of the cause for difficulty in conceiving.Practise relaxation.
Have Healthy food habits.
Daily exercise. If you are overweight, try to reduce your weight.
Have Good sleep.

Wish you all the best & take care.
Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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