I've been taking Riomet, OOsure, Meconeuron-hr tablet (for almost 1 month) along with Progynova (21 days) & Meprate (7 days). Today is CD 27, still no sign of AF yet. Am not pregnant for sure because am at my parents place on a vacation & my hubby is in different place.
So what does this Progynova & Meprate will do with pcos & when can I expect AF ? Tomorrow (12/27/2012) is the last day of taking the above 2 tablets. Am taking these 2 tablets only for this cycle.
My doctor did transabdominal & transvaginal sonography. The result is being normal appearing Uterus, 20 small follicles on both of my ovaries. Both my tubes are open. So my doctor said there is nothing to worry, what I have is a treatable issues with the help of medicines, balance diet & regular exercise.
But am little concern to know more about the medicines I am taking now. Kindly share your valuable information with me.
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