hi.iam deepu.my age is 26 yrs.iam having hypothyroid porblem.iam using eltroxin 100mcg tablets from 12 yrs.and also tsh always in normal range for me.from 5 yrs iam using meprate 10 mg tablet for menses irregular.this tablet prescribed by doctor for ignore the future hormones problem.now iam married last year.so now iam trying for pregnency.so that i consult the doctor. he said do the scanning for abdomen and ovary.from scanning report i know i have prolem .i.e.,polycystic overy syndrome.and i went with my scanning report to the doctor.so with checking these reports he suggests the cetapin XR 500mg and ovofar 50 mg tablets.ovofar used from menses2nd day to 6th day.cetapin XR used daily.and now iam not using meparate tablet.so that i have one doubt.is there any prob for me to getting pregent?
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