Is this medicine is useful for be pregnant.ovral n,benforce h and necfil
hi, I am suffering from pcos.i took medicine ovral n ,benforce h,suggest by doctor should I pregnent once again.
You said you have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and it is not clear what you are trying to do. Are you trying to get pregnant? if so, I cannot understand why you are taking Ovral which is a contraceptive pill. This will stop ovulation for that is what it is supposed to do. Benforce is a brand name for the drug Metformin which is primarily used in Type 2 diabetes. It is also useful in PCOS in that it can help regulate erratic periods. However, there is NO evidence that it improves ovulation or fertility for women with PCOS.
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