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PCOD - Letrozole
Hi I'm suffering from PCOD. I got my last period on 4 August, 2021.(CD 1) First time started letrozole 2.5mg for 5 days (1 dose per day) from CD 3 (prescibed by gynecologist) Ovulation was confirmed on CD 15 (August 18) through TVS Follicular study without HCG injection. We had relation on CD 15 and 16. Doctor prescribed Susten SR 300mg from CD 18 for 10 days (1 dose per day) But I got my period on September 3,2021 (17th day from ovulation) I do normally have 30 day cycle. Why didn't I get pregnant in this cycle? Should I take letrozole again? Kindly advice.
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You need to go for few more cycles.
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Getting positive results with just one cycle is less. Go for 3-5 cycles more
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