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Want to conceive, prescribed Ovral post miscarriage by suction evacuation. Will the contraceptive limit my conception chances?

I am 31,Last week I had a miscarriage by suction evacuation(9 weeks, twin pregnancy , one is missed abortion n d other is blighted ovum ) Now my RE has put me on a 42 days Premarin-.625mg(1 tab daily),n then she has advised me to take Ovral 1 pill for 21 days from the first day of the period. I am a bit confused as my cycle was always a 28 day cycle before pregnancy n as I had come to know that Ovral is contraceptive pill, is making me jittery as I want to conceive to the earliest...Please advise----
Asked On : Sun, 18 Mar 2012
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Premarin is an estrogen cojugate and is given after a suction procedure for a good endometrial support. Ovral is an oral contraceptive but it is best to take these for 2-3 cycles to regularise your periods after an abortion so that such miscarriages do not happen in future. You should avoid your next pregnancy for next 5-6 months for your uterus to recover fully.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Wed, 18 Apr 2012
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