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Yes, it is possible: Although having polycystic ovarian syndrome makes having a child more difficult, it is not impossible to become pregnant with having this disorder. A conversation with your primary care physician or an OB/GYN after your pregnancy could lead to the diagnosis of PCOS. ...Read more
Im 18 an I have lived on diets my whole life an out of no where i gained 10 pounds a week I have taken the steps for pcos but im still gaining help ?
Yes and no: Depo-provera will reduce the multiple ovarian cyst formation and inhibit some of the symptoms of PCOS. The downside is that once the Depo-provera is stopped then the same ovulation difficulties will reappear and spontaneous ovulation/fertility is still a problem Moreover, Depo-provera can cause irregular bleeding/spotting. ...Read more
Not the same...: PCOS is a metabolic syndrome that is caused by insulin resistance. It results in many symptoms such as extra hair growth, irregular periods, dark skin under arms and around neck, etc. Post-pill amenorrhea is a few months where there is no period after you have been on the pill. Best wishes! ...Read more
What's the solution/treatment to PCOS? And does PCOS mean I can't have children? How to find out the severity of PCOS?
recently diagnose with PCOS. had irregularity most my life & NEVER had so much BROWN spotting till i began trying for a child.Why?
Last year my cholesterol was perfect. This year, it's high, my glucose was 112 and I've been recent diagnosed with PCOS,How can I fix this?I'm 24.
Do the DASH eating plan.
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Get back with us. Should b better in 2 weeks if you do Chapter 9. ...Read more
I was diagnosed a year ago of pcos and now i undergo tvs and resultng that I have intramural myoma? Is it related?Is it psible that i can bear a child
Unrelated: The pcos and the fibroid are unrelated. The pcos implies the brain and the ovaries are onto communicating well. It can take specialized medications to get you to ovulate but usually pregnancy is able to be achieved. The fibroid can cause problems with early pregnancy if the pregnancy were to implant over the fibroid. It might be wise to have the fibroid removed before attempting pregnancy. ...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?
I have PCOS struggling with weight loss. I'm at my heaviest.Started exercising 3 x weekly (30mins) & eating healthier. what's the best way to lose?
A couple years ago, I was diagnosed with pcos I'm a 15 year old virgin. Anyway , for a couple years now I've be getting brown discharge with a strong ?
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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
Diagnosed with PCOS last Feb, have been taking duphaston for 5 mos now. Period due on Sept 21. Having lumbosacralandpelcic discomfort. Should i worry?
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