Hi. if i take femara (letrozole) days 5-9 instead of 3-7 could it delay my ovulation by a few days? i have pcos and tend to have fairly long and irregular cycles.
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Obstetrics and Gynecology 24 years experience
Doctors recommend: You should follow the directions given to you by the prescribing doctor. Reproductive endocrinologist specializing in fertility medicine try to individualize therapy to maximize the chances of success. Do not make changes without consulting them.
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