Planning for pregnancy

Question: I hv pcod, trying to conceive from past 1 year, takin letrozole Tablet! I had ovulated last month but didn't concieve! Now I am on my 5th day for period! My gynaecologist had prescribed letrozole from day 3 to day 7 along with met innofol and duphaston from day 5 to day 25!! My reports r normal but shows pcod pattern! I want to concieve this month

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Answer: Mam ap try karte raho.lekin sirf ovlution day mein hi relation mat banaya Karo ise enjoy Karke aur mind free hoke Kiya karo kyuki isse conceiveing ke chances Jada hote hai.aur pcod ke liye ap Jim join kro walk Karo exercise Karo isse apka weight maintain rahega aur ap healthy b rahoge.junk food,oily,meetha ye sab avoid Karo iron calcium rich diet lo.ye sab apko conceive Karne mein help karega.
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