How Ovacare Forte Helps Getting Pregnant

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Shimu Says:

I am 28 years old, and married for 3 yrs. last 6 months i was trying for conceive but I have pcos diagnosed 1 month back. doctor prescribed me tab. ovacare forte starting from 3rd day to 14th day of menstruation. is there any chance to conceive this month?

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Jenny Says:
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Pls I and my hubby just started using oligo care and ova care tablet this month, so what's our chances of conception for this month

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meimuna Says:
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hi am meimuna...21 married 1 year ago. I have irregular period with pelvic pain. I was diagnosed with polysytic ovaries, my doctor prescribed me ovacare for 2month and steron 5mg for 10days. is it a right prescription? and I want to conceive a baby.

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Kevin Says:

Hello Shimu,

Ovacare forte is a vitamin supplement that reportedly helps women regulate their menstrual cycles and in turn helps them get pregnant. It is also reported by the manufacturer that this vitamin will help regulate PCOS and associated female infertility.

There have been no case studies which prove that administering this vitamin will cause you to get pregnant, which means that while it may benefit you it has no guarantees of working.

The thought process behind this vitamin is as follows. The vitamins consumed are reported to reduce androgen levels and improve your reproductive health as well as regulate your menstruation cycles. In addition, the vitamins reportedly will provide support in reducing fasting insulin levels and homocysteine levels in PCOS patients.

Here are the reported ingredients in ovacare forte.

- n-acetylcysteine 600 mg
- magnesium 25 mg
- zinc 10 mg
- iron 9 mg
- manganese 1.5 mg
- copper 750 mcg
- selenium 100 mcg
- iodine 50 mcg
- chromium 50 mcg
- inositol 190 mg
- vitamin C 75 mg
- niacinamide 22.5 mg
- para-aminobenzoic acid 12.5 mg
- vitamin E acetate 12.5 mg
- L-arginine 10 mg
- vitamin B1 nitrate 5 mg
- vitamin B2 2.5 mg
- vitamin B6 5 mg
- folic acid 1.5 mg
- vitamin B12 500 mcg
- vitamin A 1250 IU
- vitamin D3 500 IU

I hope this information helps. Best wishes.

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