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k i have a question if i was to take clomid or fertillaid or fertility blend  can it help me get pergo kay my period is weird i had my period the 5 til the 9 Kay I'm not sure y my thing is 5 days only well last months i did it on my most likely to get pergo n nada well kay im trying to figure out if these pills will help me get pergo if anyone has taken these it would be helpful to me thank you for reading
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Hi there,
Clomid is an ovulation inducing drug useful in females with irregular ovulation. It should not be used unless indicated and without a doctor’s prescription.Fertillaid increases fertility and improves reproductive health. For irregular periods it is best to visit a gynecologist .Irregular periods can be due to many causes like ovulation dysfunction, thyroid disorders and hormonal imbalances. Try having sex during ovulation that increases the chances of conceiving. A clinical examination may be helpful. Do write to me again.
Best wishes and regards!
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ok well im waiting for my medicare to come through so i can get checked out but idk if irregular that's the problem I'm having right now I had my. period On the 5th till the 9th and I'm not sure if thats irregular I don't know when I'm ovulating  for my period Then how do I know when I ovulate is it 14 days before your period Or after your period u ovulate
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