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i want to concieve...
sv11689 posted:
got married before 8 months. i had irregular periods before marriage. after marriage also i had irregular periods. i took tablets for correct cycle... then i got cycle correctly for two months again irregular peroid started. now also i took tablets for getting my cycle and i got on 8th september. doctor told to take tablet named (LETSI) from the 5th day of the periods.. then another tablet named (DUPHASTON) from 16th day of the periods. i am having sex with my husband on alternative days...
do i concieve by having these tablets? i want to concieve... pls help me...
Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
Welcome sv11689 and thanks for posting.

You're smart to be working with your doctor. I would encourage you to discuss with him or her any concerns you have about your cycle and conceiving.

It's important to try and pin down when you're ovulating. From the Getting Pregnant Quiz , this fact comes out about fetility:

What are my most fertile days?

"The 2 days before ovulation and the day of ovulation. A sperm has the best chance of reaching and fertilizing your egg in the 2 days before ovulation and on the day of ovulation. In comparison, the probability is just 8% three days before ovulation, and 0% the day after ovulation."

That means that even if you have sex multiple times a day, if it's not a day when you're fertile, it won't help you conceive. This Fertility Tips slideshow may help, too.

Let us know how you're doing,

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