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Pcos And Pregnancy Success Rates
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
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 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??
I have pcos and i will be going for ovarian drilling soon after five cycles of clomid (clomiphene). What is the success rate for pregnancy with this procedure?
Drilling: In your situation, your two options are ovarian drilling or gonadotropin therapy (somewhat similar to ivf therapies). These two have similar pregnancy rates - about 55% success over 6 months, although some studies show success rates as low as 20%. Gonadotropin therapy is more time intensive and more expensive, but does not require surgery. Drilling might hasten menopause- but not definitely proven. ...Read more
I am having pcos in left ovary and my husband has 15%of motile sperm,total sperm count 35 million.what will be the success rate of pregnancy.doing iui?
No way to: give you an exact answer. For your specific case, talk w/your reproductive endocrinoogist, ...Read more
I've pcos,I'd miscarige last month,b4 2 weeks did u/s endometrial thickness 6mm,yesterday 14mm could be early pregnancy or premenstruation?
Probably normal: 1 in 3 women have spotting or bleeding during the first few weeks or months of pregnancy. The pcos is not a factor anymore after conception occurs. It is reassuring to see you doctor and have an ultrasound to confirm that the pregnancy is intact. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can a pcos pregnant woman control her weight during pregnancy? what about a certain diet ,exercises?
Diet and exercise: Diet and exercise are the only ways to safely control your weight whether you are pregnant or not. Avoid high impact exercise and getting over heated.Water aerobics and walking are great options.Hydrate well. Eat a diet low in carbs but with a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Protein is also important for growing a healthy baby. Be sure and take your prenatal vitamins. Get plenty of sleep. ...Read more
I recently took five different pregnancy test that showed positive and I was diagnosed with pcos could having pcos affect the result of the test?
Not likely: If you have had unprotected sex and a properly done pregnancy test is positive, you are pregnant unless proven otherwise. You may consult this site for other symptoms of pregnancy. It would be prudent to see your doctor for proper antenatal care and if needed a blood test. http://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/pregnancy-am-i-pregnant ...Read more
See specialist: With proper treatment you could have a natural pregnancy. Tsh (thyroid hormone) levels have to be in the normal range, otherwise this can have an adverse effect on your pregnancy chances. A thyroid replacement hormone (synthroid) would be indicated. Pcos is an ovulatory disorder and can be helped with the proper protocol as well. It may take more than one try in order to get your cycle just right. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Weight loss: For most women the cause of pcos is Insulin resistance which is impeding ovulation. Insulin resistance is like pre diabetes. So decreasing carbohydrates in the diet, regular exercise and weight loss can resolve the Insulin resistance and then the pcos goes away. Women are then more likely to ovulate and get pregnant. ...Read more
Depends: Pregnancy itself does not affect pcos. If you have put on excessive weight and do not take it off, the pcos can be worse. If you have adopted healthier eating habits and continue these postpartum, it could be improved. Pcos is often improved dramatically with exercise and weight loss. ...Read more
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