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MBBS, DM - Gyne & Obs, DNB, MRCOG, FNB ...read more

IVF Specialist•Kolkata
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Ovacare and clomid are two different medications commonly used to address certain aspects of fertility issues in women. Ovacare is a nutritional supplement containing vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that are believed to support reproductive health, while clomid (clomiphene citrate) is a prescription medication that stimulates ovulation in women who have ovulatory disorders. These medications are sometimes used together as part of a fertility treatment plan, but the specific dosages and comb...more
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Unani Specialist•Kanpur
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Follow these herbal combinations for complete cure
vrihad poorna chandra ras 1 tablet twice a day
veerya shodhan vati 2 tablet twice a day
kamdev avleh 10 gm twice a day
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Endocrinologist•Udaipur
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What is endocrine disorders?

Endocrine disorders are medical conditions that affect the body's endocrine system.

Many symptoms, including exhaustion, weight gain, and changes in mood or appetite, might be brought on by them.

Endocrine disorders may be caused by a number of factors, including genetics, environmental exposure, and other medical conditions.

Types of endocrine disorder:



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MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DG...read more

Gynaecologist•Mumbai
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Better to wait, only if period is missed to do pregnancy test.
If want test before that blood test serum hcg-beta.
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I am a female aged 33 years. I am taking fertility treatment from last 3 years and last year diagnosed with one fallopian tube blockage. I had undergone a laparoscopy and removed blockage in right tube and a fibroid also in feb-2022. After this my gynaec advised to try for 3 to 4 months naturally to conceive. But the result was negative. Now from last two months I have started taking treatment from my gynaec who has done my laparoscopy. From last two month she is giving me injection metformin 150 after period for 5 to 7 days and after that calling for follicular study. In july month my egg was in right side with size 20*16 and rapture perfectly as per my gynaec. In august month my egg was in left side with size 19*16 and rapture correctly after hug injection. But this time also my pregnancy test result is negative. My bp fluctuates between 140/100 and my weight is 76 kgs and height is 5.1. Medicines prescribed by her is amlog 5 mg, ecosprin av 75, placida, folic acid, sofzid women, consevel & zuviston (after egg raptures twice a day). I am not at all understanding that where the fault and what is the actual problem? Why I am not conceiving? Due to all this negativity I am feeling like sinking into depression and every time feeling like crying and not able to connect with anybody. My fsh level is 7.57 and amh level is 3.54. Pls help me and advise me what to probably do to increase my chances of conception. What is the actual problem and its solution. Pls help with proper answer. And what to do next.

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MBBS, DGO, Fellowship in Infertility

IVF Specialist•Bangalore
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Hi,
Kindly go to the next phase of treatment. iui. intrauterine insemination. this simple. has your hubby been evaluated? manyties tubes blockagain. do iui if failed get IVF done youwill conceive. meet afertility doctor for treatment. Allthe best
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Gynaecologist•
1. Dr. Janani manoharan

Https://www. Lybrate. Com/bangalore/doctor/dr-janani-manoharan-gynaecologist

M. B. B. S, md, m. R. C. O. G. (part ii), f. Mas, d. Mas, f. I. C. R. S.



Dr. Janani manoharan is a highly regarded gynecologist in bellandur, bangalore, with a wide range of clinical expertise, including as an infertility obstetrician and a urologist. Her education comprises an m. B. B. S. From the pondicherry institute of medical sciences in pondicherry in t...more
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Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine & AR...read more

IVF Specialist•Bangalore
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Dear lybrate-user,
if you are spotting when taking duphaston, better to check upt and inform your doctor. Depending on the result of upt, your doctor will guide you whether to stop the duphaston tablet or to continue it.
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MBBS, DGO, Fellowship in Infertility

IVF Specialist•Bangalore
Hi,
for frozen embryo transfer all these rests are not relevant. Any follicle is growing in either of your ovaries? Ultrasound findings will give better understanding. You need to wait for endometrial thickness to increase. If follicle is growing. We to first I induce ovulation and then plan for transfer.
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Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine & AR...read more

IVF Specialist•Bangalore
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Dear lybrate-user, when you take any medications for ovulation induction, it is better you do follicular monitoring by scans to check for follicle growth and ovulations. If you have regular cycles, you may ovulate around the 12-16th day, but when you take medications, we do not know how your body responds unless we monitor it. So next time you take such medications, please do a follicular monitoring, so you understand when the ovulation happens.
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