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Want to conceive. Prescribed with CCQ 25, Evecare, Ebexid. History of miscarriage. Will these medications help?

hello doctor... i m tina ... 26 yr old.. my marriage is before 2 yrs.... we r trying to getting a baby... before 4 month my one miscarriage ... my wt is 61 kg.... doctor suggest me u trying for baby after 3 month.. so completed 4 months my miscarriage.. now doctor suggest me ccq25 tab, syp. evecare, n tab ebexid....pls doctor tell me can i getting a pregnancy to this tab... doctor pls help me w can i do now... my hubbys age is 31...
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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thank you for choosing hcm

ccq is clomiphene citrate that helps you to ovulate
ovulation is the most important thing if you want to concieve

evecare is give to regularise your menstruation and its abnormalities
so if your cycles get regular you can plan your day of ovulation and have intercourse

ebexid as far as my knowledge ,it helps in treatment of problems related to thyroid
by the way do you have any thyroid hormone disturbances
or may be your doctor thought that previous failure is related to your hormone levels

talk to your doctor if you have any doubts

you are anxious to concieve so i want to give you a little advice

1.get checked for polycystic ovaries(common problem now a days)and take proper treatment without wasting time

2. try to reduce weight if you are obese (weight for height)
3.take good balanced diet,exercise(both of you)
4.try to get pregnant before you are 30 and your husband 35 years of age
5.take folic acid tablets under doctors prescription

be cool and happy all the time

thank you
Answered: Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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