Doctor insights on:
How To Get Pregnant With Pcos And Thyroids
The circumstances you described could result in pregnancy if the woman has unprotected sex.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I'm 27 years old married (2 year) girl. I m dignosed with pcos. I gained wait. 68 kg(5 ft 1 inch-hight). Can i get pregnant naturally?
Possibly: One of the more common symptoms of pcos is lack of ovulation. This lack of ovulation leads to the infertility problems. However, every now and then, but very unpredictable, an egg may mature and you ovulate. If this does happen, you can get pregnant "naturally". More often, though, is that you need treatment which may include things like weight loss and/or medications that promote ovulation. ...Read more
I have PCOS, i take birth control pills for treatment. Is it okay if i took a sunday pill but stopped and will take a monday one of a week later? If i dont take pills i do not get my period even when im not pregnant.
PCOS: HOrmonal swings and imbalances in the body can be safe or dangerous depending on your other risk factors. Are you a smoker/ How much do you weigh? Which BCP were you given? What was the initial reason for taking the BCP? Consult with us to determine if it is safe to skip a week. ...Read more
I finished one round of provera is there any possibility i can get pregnant having very small cyst cause by pcos? i started my period on 8/25/17 and was on it for 6 days im having cramping on my pelvic area could i be ovulating?
Possibly: Someone with PCOS is more likely to ovulate later that average so your pain may be related to ovulation. However, ovulation typically does not cause any symptoms at all. If you keep having pain, you should see a doctor. Otherwise, if you don't have a period by 28 days after 8/25, take a pregnancy test. Good luck ...Read more
Can PCOS be temporary? Years ago had acne, slight weight gain, hair on neck. Now, slim and no acne, had a normal pregnancy, reg periods. went away?
Yes: PCOS is linked to insulin resistance, which is usually but not always caused by being overweight and worsened by being more overweight. There is a confusing, but beginning to be understood interplay between insulin, LH and FSH, as well as other hormones. When you lose weight and the insulin resistance improves and so does the PCOS. If resolved with diet/exercise you are doing great! Keep it up. ...Read more
Hi I am 27 years old I have one child by normal delivery without ny problem but now i want be pregnant but I have pcos what can I do?
Will Medroxyprogesterone increase my pregnancy rate with PCOS? If not what will? I'm ready to have a child and I want to know what is best?
Not alone: Medroxyprogesterone all by itself won't increase your chances of getting pregnant with PCOS. If your PCOS is keeping you from ovulating, you may need to be on a medication to help you ovulate such as Clomid. This is a prescription medication and needs to be prescribed by a doctor. Best wishes! ...Read more
I have pcos along with pelvic scar tissue. I have been pregnant 7 times over a course of 14 years with only 1 living child. What could be causing this?
Many possible causes: Were your other 6 pregnancies miscarriages or tubal pregnancies? You have more chance of another success than multiple miscarriages with no child. With 2 or more miscarriages we look for low egg supply, uterine problems like polyps or fibroids, abnormal antibodies, blood clotting disorders, hormonal problems, & genetic tests if needed. See a reproductive endocrinology/ infertility (rei) specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When should woman start having thyroid checked? Im 19. When i was about 17 doc said I had antibodies but didn't think too much of it. Also i have pcos
ASAP: Your description suggests you are likely to have Hashmoto thyroiditis and your thyroid gland has functioned fairly well so far. You certainly needs to have regular check ups by endocrinologist. ...Read more
I'm 6 weeks pregnant and have pcos. I forgot to take my metformin last night. Should i worry about the baby and its development? Risk of miscarriage?
I am having sensitive nipples in the morning from past two days, is it a symptom of early pregnancy. I have irregular periods due to pcos?
Haven't had a period since may (2011) and I have taken multiple pregnancy tests and all were negative. What could be the issue? I had my son in january (2011) and it took us 3 years to conceive him. I was diagnosed with pcos and endometriosis prior to. I
The history of PCOS: Raises a red flag? Did you need to use fertility medications to conceive (eg Clomiphene or injectables, letrozole)? You should see a reprooductive endocrinologist about this becuase its been >6mos. Also having gone this long without a period would warrant investigation of your uterine lining and the use of Progesterone for a withdrawal bleed. Also curious if you were on birth control aftr delivey. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 23. My husband and i are trying to conceive. I had an ectopic pregnancy in 06 and had my right tube removed. The doctors also told me I have pcos. I ended up getting pregnant in 08 and gave birth to my daughter in 09 she is a healthy 3 year old. I go
The : The important thing about when to start an ovulation predictor kit is to make sure you start it before you expect to ovulate. The number of days from when you ovulate to when your period starts is very fixed. It is not longer than 14 days. The number of days from when you start your period to when you ovulate can be variable. The best way to figure out when to start is to take your shortest cycle length and subtract 16 days. For example, if your cycle varies between 32 and 36 days, you should subtract 16 from 32 to get 16. You would start testing on cycle day 16 with the first day being the day of an actual flow (not spotting). If your cycles are always 36 days then you would start on cycle day 20. Hope this helps! good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I haven't had my period in 2 months, every time I do a pregnancy test I comes out negative. im constantly bloated. my breasts are itchy and I feel sick all the time. I have lowe back ache. Could it be Pcos??
Several ideas: Sometimes all it takes is treating with metformin a diabetes medicine that helps pcos ovulate sometimes you need to add Clomid (clomiphene) to make it happen sometimes careful management of ovulation with special meds is needed to time things properly especially if IUI is used. ...Read more
I have pcos. How will pcos affect future pregnancies? Can pcos affect future pregnant. How does a woman get pregnant with pcos? Is it hard?
Ovulation: The issue with pcos is many people do not ovulate. If you do not ovulate then you will need ovulation medication to get pregnant. If you do not ovulate then there is no issue. A quick way to know is to assess your periods. If you are having regular, cyclic periods every 21-35 days then ovulation is likely. Weight loss is key with pcos and ovulation if overweight. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- How to get pregnant with pcos?
- Tips on how to get pregnant with pcos
- How difficult is it to get pregnant with pcos?
- How long to get pregnant with pcos?
- How hard is it to get pregnant with pcos?
- How to get pregnant with pcos naturally?
- How to get pregnant fast with pcos?
- How to get pregnant in a month with pcos?
- How to get pregnant with pcos problem?