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Unable to conceive. Taken Siphene, Ovacare, Gynovit. Have abdominal pain. Problem?

hi ...i got married last year 2021 jan ..still im not able to get conceive...last month 14 i got my last period n fifth day i went to doc...she suggested siphine for first 5 days nite n ovacare for 30 days noon n gynovit syrup for 30 days both morning n nite before food...i mostly get abdominal it a problem.???will i get concive this month.....
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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For pregnancy ovum with patent tubes and normal semen analysis is important.You have been given siphene which is given for ovulation stimulation .It cause mild abdominal pain during ovulation . If you dont get periods on expected date go for urine pregnancy test . If you fail to conceive this month you should go for USG lower abdomen and follicular studies as you are complaining pain.
If you dont conceive on these medications detailed investigations may be required.Consult your gynaecologist
Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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