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Trying to get pregnant, low progesterone, taking oosure pills. Any difficulty in pregnancy ?

i am married on 2007.last five years we r trying to be hus s sperm count and everything is ok.i ve hormone problm n ovulation s progestrone level is 36 taking oosure capsule n fol 123 for last 3 last menses date is 3 feb.kindly give some tips to get there any difficulty to be pregnanat ?
Asked On : Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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Thanks for consulting HealthcareMagic.

There are various causes that can cause infertility. As you have mentioned that you have hormonal problem and a problem with ovulation, this needs to be followed regularly and see that the hormone levels are strictly under control. I need more information to in order to advice you more about what needs to be done. However, I can assure you that ovulation problem and hormonal problems can be easily treated if you do regular follow ups with your gynecologist.

Hope I have answered your query. Wish you a good health!
Answered: Mon, 9 Sep 2013
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