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Will letrozole and MCBM69 help me to conceive ?

I am newly married and trying for pregnant . We were trying for last 3 months and having sex daily. I agree that the chances are high. On the other hand, we were not able to find why I am not conceived. This month consulted a doctor and on her advice, I have taken letrozole 2.5mg from 4th day to 8th day. Also from 9th day I am taking MCBM69. Also doing sex daily, I sense my ovulation on 12th july. Will all these help me in getting pregnant soon. How the chances are for me and when I have to do urinary pregnancy test.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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Have you been investigated for hormonal study, HSG etc. for infertility. Have you done an ovulation study by ultrasound. Then you will know exactly which day your follicle ruptures and ovulation takes place and you can plan sex during that time. Be hopeful and you may end up being pregnant. The treatment is good. GOOD LUCK !!!!
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