Ovaforce Tablets For What

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Hello Doctor, I am trying for baby and my Dr suggested to take Ovaforce tablet, so just I wanted to know like whether this tablet contents any hormones? Thanks ...
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Sat, Feb 15 '14, 9:11 PM
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I dint get my periods for 3months I went to doctor she asked to get a scan done and the result was I have bilateral pcos problem she prescribed me ovaforce but after starting my treatment im having vomiting very frequent can u pls Tel me the reason ... Thank you ...
Updated 3 years ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Fri, Oct 10 '14, 10:02 AM
Prevent N Tablet Side Effects
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What are the known side effects of PREVENT-N? ## Prevent-N contains the active ingredient Norethisterone, which is a type of hormone that is used to prevent pregnancy and treat other menstrual related problems in women. Learn more PRevent-N details here. Side effects may include: nausea, headache, weight changes and fluid retention. Are there any other questions or comments? ## I have missed my period hence i visited doctor and she asked me to use prevent n tablets for 3 days along with ovaforce tablet one for the day. But till now there is no leakage of period. Would like to know how much time it takes to leak after taking this prevent n pill ## I have missed my periods, after consulting doctor she said my pregnancy is negative and suggested to take use prevent-N tablet, I took tablets... ...
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Thu, Oct 12 '17, 10:02 PM

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