Our expert says:
The tablets prescribed are not sufficient to enhance ovulation or correct hormonal imbalance specifically. In fact the Meprogesic may, if used in high enough doses inhibit ovulation by virtue of its non-steroidal function and this may in turn act as a fertility inhibitor. It would be important to establish the underlying hormonal imbalance and to correct ovulatory dysfunction by means of ovulation induction agents either in the tablet form (Clomid, Fertomid, Serophene, etc) or in selected cases through injectable ovulation induction agents. These substances should be prescribed and monitored by a gynaecologist or fertility specialist.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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