I am a 30-year-old female. I got married 9 years back but planned not to have a baby for a year. I have not taken any pills while having intercourse. But I used to have regular sex using protection. We are planning for a baby for 6 years. My report says I have PCOD and my thyroid is 7 %. The doctor advised me to take Krimson 35 tablet and for the last 3 months, I am taking it. Please tell me if I stop taking Krimson 35 tablets and we try now for a baby, will it be successful? Please help me with this.
I read your query and can understand your concern.
Krimson tablets (Ethinyl Estradiol and Cyproterone) can help you bring back the hormonal balance but the key to conception shall be timely ovulation which is important, and hence would need to be monitored during the cycle with a follicular monitoring procedure. Also in the case of PCOD (polycystic ovarian disease), ovulation induction is often an option when women desire conception soon.
I hope this helps.
Thanks and take care.
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