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Unable to conceive due to less follicle count. IUI, laproscopic surgery done. Treatment options?

Hi Doctor, I am xxxxxx, 23 yrs old. i have recently done Laproscopic surgery still, i am not able to conceive, we have been trying normally, My doctor says that follice count is not increasing for that i need to take some injection .... is it possible to increase the follicle count naturally... I have done IUI before surgery but no results.... Pls help me on this with your advise.....
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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Its better to take injections to make more than one follicle per cycle & do IUI which will increase the chance of pregnancy by more than 6-10fold. Regarding increasing follicular count naturally, the medicines required for that have more side effects than benefits, so better to not go for it. Its better to follow your doctor's advise for faster conception because wasting time may harm in long term.
Wish you good health.
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