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Fertility Treatment For Pcos
How does fertility treatment for lo-cah differ from fertility treatment for pcos? I'm young, normal-weight, ovulate rarely, and am otherwise healthy.
Assisted reproduction is a field of study in which a person works to understand fertility problems and help couples overcome their difficulties in becoming pregnant. Methods of assisting reproduction include hormone therapy, "in vitro" fertilization outside the body, analysis or sperm and eggs, etc... A doctor of this specialty is ...Read more
Yes: There is no difference, except that weight loss obviously won't be as effective in a lean individual. ...Read more
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
I weigh 154lb.
Diagnosed with pcos.
What is the first line of fertility treatment?
Trying to conceive for a year and a half.
PCOs: This is definitely something you want to discuss with you gynecologist. Since most women with PCOS don's ovulate, one of the first therapies would be to induce ovulation with medication. Something like Clomid (clomiphene) or Femara. However, it is difficult to say specifics in your case without knowing your medical history, medications, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have pcos I do not ovulate do I need hysterosonogram every time i take a round of Clomid (clomiphene) . I have not started any fertility treatment yet ?Trying
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?
I have pcos on the low end and I am on metformin trying to get pregnant again. Dr says I should try fertility treatment. Is it necessary?
PCOS and pregnancy: Pcos often causes infertility, however with vigorous proper treatment many women can get pregnant. Everyone is different. Pcos is often associated with being overweight, excess androgen secretion, hyperinsulinism, metabolic syndrome and hormone abnormalities. It is advisable to see specialists with a major interest in pcos. Diet, weight control, ample exercise and medications are indicated. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Depends: A couple with no risk factors or medical problems should try for about 6 to 12 months before getting evaluated and considering treatment - 6 months if the woman is 35 or older and 12 months if she is younger. However, if you have medical or gynecologic problems like endometriosis, irregular periods, previous surgery, etc, you should see someone now. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Outside body: In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) means that fertilization occurs "outside the body" (in vitro). We stimulate the woman's ovaries to mature multiple eggs. We retrieve them in the office with the woman under anesthesia to allow us to suction the eggs with a needle. We combine the sperm with the eggs and culture the embryos. We transfer 1-3 embryos based on woman's age and embryo quality. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fertility treatment means some type of therapy that would increase the odds of someone becoming pregnant. There are many different types of treatment, including, and certainly not limited to, intrauterine insemination, usage of fertility medication, and in-vitro fertilization. I hope this ...Read more
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