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My results for Amh fertility test is 35.4 pmol/L. I am 36 years old. Is this very high for my age?
Is it indicative of pcos?
Possibly: It is hard to interpret any one individuals lab results without putting them in clinical context. You will want to schedule follow up with the doctor who ordered the test who can interpret the results specific to your case. High AMH levels can indicate PCOS in some cases. ...Read more
Pcos is a metabolic disorder affecting 8-10% of women that may cause irregular periods, acne or increased hair growth, infertility or subfertility, and increases the risk of diabetes. To diagnose pcos, we need 2 out of 3 of: 1. Irregular or no periods 2. Acne, hair growth and/or blood tests showing too much male-type hormones (androgens) 3. Ultrasound showing large ovaries ...Read more
Can i take other fertility helpers with my metformin and Clomid (clomiphene) to help get pregnant with pcos?
I have been diagnosed with PCOS and the GP said I have multiple immature follicles but no cysts I know this will affect my fertility as my periods are irregular but I want to know if I still have a chance of ovulating even with immature folicles ?
Definitely: PCOS is a fairly common problem these days.However, there are a lot of mimickers which are treated completely diff.First confirm dx with ObGyn and/or endocrinologist who can ideally work together and really increase your chances.The underlying issues need to be addressed. The prog for preg with docs who are experienced treating this are actually pretty good.Most import is right docs working togeth ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doctor I have a doubt. What are the pregnancy tests for a women with PCOS? is it even possible for them to get pregnant without fertility treatments?
I have PCOS and don't get my period, ever unless I take Provera & I'm supposed to be taking chromed & Glucophage as part of fertility treatment, but u?
Are their specific time periods (age wise) which are best for fertility in pcos/endometriosis sufferers?
Safe; sometimes used: Progesterone or artificial versions (progestins) can be safely used to induce a period for women with pcos who have very few periods (less than 4 a year) or no periods. It does not improve your chances of conceiving because it induces bleeding, not ovulation (egg release). Progesterone can also be given for low Progesterone levels in the 2nd half of a cycle, or to support an early pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How does fertility treatment for lo-cah differ from fertility treatment for pcos? I'm young, normal-weight, ovulate rarely, and am otherwise healthy.
How to boost my fertility while having pcos but my cysts in my ovaries burst and back to regular periods and a septate uterus?
Fertility evaluation: You will need to see a fertility specialist to determine if ovulation is occurring or not. Often with PCOS ovulation does not occur but if you are having regular periods now then it may be. There are varying degrees of septated uterus. Most do not decrease fertility but each case will have to be evaluated individually ...Read more
Fertility PCOS: I am not aware of any such data nor can make a physiological reason why this should be the case. ...Read more
Nope: Nice try, though.... Any smoking will not increase your fertility or improve pcos symptoms. You may not care as much ; have an increased appetite, neither which is beneficial to achieve pregnancy. Talk to your doc about using metformin to improve any glucose intolerance, improve ovulation, and if all fails, ovulation induction with Clomid (clomiphene) is helpful further down the road. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is fertility a possibility with pcos that causes amenorrhea? If so, is pregnancy more complicated? Higher risk?
Is it ok to take 4g of Inositol daily in addition to my 300 mg Welbutrin XL & 500 mg 2x Metformin? I take them to control PCOS/increase fertility
Meds: Are you sure you need any or all of those meds. Please discuss with your primary doctor. Have your doctor tell you what each of the three meds are for. ...Read more
I had an operative laparoscopy and ovarian cyst drilling in april. Fertility was a problem (pcos) how long it takes to get pregnant?
I am almost 18 I have been diagnosed with pcos and adenomyosis. What are my chances of normal fertility?
Hard to say: Pcos is a very common cause of infertility but not all women with pcos have trouble getting pregnant. Adenomyosis is even trickier since how strongly it effects fertility is unclear. You may have trouble getting pregnant in the future, but you should not presume that this is inevitable. ...Read more
Do a woman with pcos ovulate in her lifetime naturally or she needs fertility meds ? Do they never ovulate ?
Desperately want to have kids one day and i know pcos can affect fertility. Can the cysts be anything to be concerned about?
Not the cysts : Pcos is a hormonal imbalance in which you have an ovulation problem and you produce too much male hormone. The cystic in the name comes from the fact that there are lots of follicles which don't develop properly and look like little cysts. The cysts are not the problem. The hormone imbalance can affect your fertility and cause other problems. ...Read more
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