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i am using clofert 100mg from two month but i did't get pregnant please help me,after using clofert 100mg my peroid will come but the blood flow is low and thick please help me. ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Mon, Aug 13 '12, 6:28 AM
clofert 100 mg treatment
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Hi, last month I was on clofert 50 mg and had gone through the folicular study. On the 13th day my left ovaries ruptured naturally and then my doctor advised me to ek progynova 1 mg twice a day, but I got my periods two days delayed from my regular cycle. Now my doctor asked me to take clofert 100 mg. Is it the correct treatment? Please help with your suggestion. ## Hi, I wanted to know how the tablet clofert 100 helps treat irregular menstrual cycles? I've been experiencing this problem and I'm married. Also, is this tablet helpful for getting pregnant? ...
Updated 7 months ago.
Sun, Apr 02 '17, 5:48 AM
Clofert is used by men or women
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I am 24 years old woman we are plan for pregnancy from last 6 months .so we cosult the doctor she told that take all tests. The result was sperm count is very less (5mn) so she suggest my husband clofert tablets But clofert used only for females or not ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Tue, Sep 15 '15, 4:03 AM
susten 200 progesterone
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I taking the tablets clofert 100, suten 200 and ebexid for 2months after i was on leuprde 11.25mg. I didnt conceived till now and i got delayed periods for 4 days. I want to know why this happened? ## I am sorry, but this site is not medical proffesionals, so we cannot possibly answer that question with any certainty. Have you tried asking your doctor? Even the best fertility treatments sometimes take awhile to work, you can't expect to get pregnant overnight. Since most of them also contain hormones, irregular periods are to be expected while using them. ## I started taking Susten 200 from past 3 months along with Belog F. But still i have not conceived yet. Any suggestion please. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Progesterone.
Tue, Jun 29 '10, 10:26 PM
tablet oligo care
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My husband has Sperm count 70% and sperm motility is 20%, Dead sperms are 60%, immobile sperms 15%, sluggishly motile sperms 05%, . Doctor pescribe oligocare tablets, Lyco Q100,Gluton 600. Is these tablets increase sperm motility? ## i have less sprem count about 8 milion , motality 60%, sluggish 10%, Dead cells 20%, and doctor prescribed me PETERNIA TABLET is it ok ## Sir, my semen analysis report is as follows:- Viscocity-Normal, Volume- 3ml, Colour- Whitish, Liquifaction factor-30 mts, Ph- Alkaline, Sperm count 40 million/ml, Active- 60%, Sluggish-30% and dead 10%. Epithelial Cells 1-2, Pus Cell- 6-8. Doctor advised me to take OLIGOCARE AND CLOFERT 25 Tablets to make my semen ready for IUI. Is it alright, please guide me ## I have a sperm count of about 2 million cells, motility 0%, ... ...
Updated 7 months ago.
Wed, Mar 29 '17, 5:08 AM
Deviry 10mg Tablet
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My wife has been advised to take deviry 10mg tab from D16-D25 after failure of IVF. Kindly confirm if it is ok? ## Only she and her doctor can decide what is okay and safe for her to try. Deviry contains the active ingredient Medroxyprogesterone, this is a hormone that is vital to the female fertility cycle. Learn more: If she wants to get pregnant, then her best bet is to follow her doctor's advice. Are there any other questions? ## i want to know for what purpose the deviry 10mg tab is used? ## I'm married. i missed my periods for the last 2 months. doctor advised me to take Deviry 10 mg. i dont want to get pregnant now. i also tried prega news. its result is negative. what can i do now?? ## I wanna be pregnant my doctor advice me clofert 100 for first five days from day secon... ...
Updated 2 days ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Sun, Nov 19 '17, 8:38 AM

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