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What is the use of fertyl 50 mg tablet? Completed its course and having bigmet 500 mg and bromotine. Will I get pregnant?

i m married since one and a half years, i just wanna ask what is tablet fertyl 50 mg, my doctor recommended to start from 5th day of my period i had take 10 tablets and after the second period an start form the 5th day i also took 10 tablets . , i already completed the fertyl tablets course . everyday at morning i took bigmet 500 mg and eveyday at night i also took bigmet and one day by one day i took bromotine in the morning, will i become pregnant? thank you.
Asked On : Wed, 16 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Fertyl 50 tablets contains clomiphene citrate, which is used to induce ovulation in case of Poly cystic ovary syndrome in which anovulation is the feature.
bigmet is metformin, which is a insulin sensitizer used to treat insulin resistance in PCOS.
Bromotine is Bromocriptin which is ergot derivative, it is dopamine agonist used as a adjuvant therapy in PCOS.
With these treatment most of the symptoms of PCOS get cured and there is more chance to get pregnancy.
If medical therapy fails surgical options are also available.
take care.

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