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Difficulty in getting pregnant

Respected Dr,

I have an issue to discuss. My wife have very heavy irregular periods of cycle time 44 days in which bleeding time is 19 to 27 days.

We consulted OB & Gyn dr and she recommended maxna 500 mg first after seeing her ultrasound and CBC FSH H1ABC reports.

Now she has recommended Cyprodiol for three months of 21 tablet in a pack.

There were little follicles on one my wife's ovaries and also one ovary size was larger than other ovary size. other ovary was normal. But there was no liquid douglas etc and no infection.

We have been trying for the baby for 7 months but still no result. My semen test is also positive.

Please recommend better solution as we want baby so much. Also i have read that clomid is medicine that starts ovulation ? will that help for pregnancy if we stop cyprodiol and take clomid ??

Please guide.

Awaiting your urgent reply in this matter.
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replied October 29th, 2014
Thank you for asking

Before conceiving , periods regularity is almost necessary with a few exception and not possible to conceive.

The medicines are contraceptives and hirsutism ones. You wife needs to lose weight and exercise regularly and eat healthy and prefer unsaturated fats and omega 3 and 9 fats and vitamin D and other supplements.

It is polycystic ovaries and until and unless it gets cured, pregnancy will be a challenge. A constant touch to a fertility consultant is advised.

Take care
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