I am trying to conceive for the last four months. I have consulted my gynecologist and she found that I am having PCOS. She suggested me to take Ovares plus. Is it fine to take?
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Ovares tablet is a multivitamin with few antioxidants. This is usually prescribed as an added adjuvant tablet along with other medication.
Most of the infertility specialists will prescribe some or the other antioxidant and multivitamin tablets.
Please share your hormonal profile reports for detailed consultation.
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