A 20-year-old female asked:
I have polycyclic ovarian syndrome and i want to have a baby i have been trying with my partner for 2 years i need some advice or a way to help this?
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Pediatrics 29 years experience
A good MD: PCOS is a frustrating disease when trying to become pregnant, as I am sure you have realized. Honestly the best way to beat the odds and get pregnant are to form a good relationship with a doctor who knows the disease and has treated other women. Having some knowledge on the disease helps a lot. Here is a link and I would look for the best doctor that you can easily communicate with in your area. http://www.fertilityfactor.com/infertility_pcos.html
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