Our expert says:
I am not too clear why Estrofem is added to your treatment with the Yasmin as well as with Clomid as this may interfere with the function of both these medications. The Estrofem may also directly interfere with ovulation and therefore I would recommend that you have this rationale of treatment reviewed. It is not uncommon to use Estrofem after ovulation has taken place were the endometrium (lining of the womb) is sub-optimal or too thin as deemed by ultrasound scan. From the information provided I believe that your ovulation induction methods need to be re-examined and if need be a different stimulation protocol needs to be instituted either by increasing the dose of Clomid and doing ultrasound monitoring or alternately looking towards the injectable stimulation drugs with proper and regular monitoring.
Answered by: Dr. M.I. Cassim
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