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Poly Fibrocystic Ovarian Disorder
I had miscarriage 9months before but nw we are trying for have baby , but my pelvic report impression shows features s/o poly cystic ovarian disease. ?
You can't judge that: From an ultrasound.If I you are having regular cycles ,keep trying. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with poly cystic ovarian disease and i was pres birth control to help, I am still loosing hair, in pain and i diet but no change.Help?
Pcos with infertily: Your complaints needed a complete gyn checkup but for initial workup you need to have basic lab work including hormone tests: lh/fsh, progesterone, 17ohcort level, etc, ca125 to rule out endometrisis, TSH to ascertain no hypothyroidism. If normail, then you can wait couple of months to see any changes in your c, c, othwise you should proceed for further medical recheck till you know your problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many do: Pcos often interferes with fertility to some degree but effected women can and do have kids. It makes it a bit harder for you to control the where or when if you are not sure you are ovulating at a specific time. If you just let nature figure it out and don't worry about it it can happen (if your not using birth control). ...Read more
Is there a cure for poly cystic ovarian syndrome? If so, what are they? Are there any natural cures i can try at home?
No cure, but...: Often times the symptoms of pcos can be made better by weight loss if you are overweight. Symptoms such as abnormal bleeding and irregular periods can be better by losing excess body fat. This is because body fat makes estrogen which can make the symptoms worse. Some people with pcos are not overweight and this would not apply to them. ...Read more
Does exercise fully get rid of Polycyctic ovarian disorder? And can I go back to my old diet if treated successfully ?
Been told I have endometriosis and poly cystic ovarian syndrome, what are the chances of my partner and i having children?
PCOS: See a high risk obstetrician to help you conceive. ...Read more
Possibly: Hypothyroidism can cause swelling and fluid retention. Pcos causes weight gain, but not fluid swelling. However, if your thyroid levels are normal, i would look for a different cause for the swelling. In your age group, the most common causes would be varicose veins, weight related swelling, and/or excess salt intake. ...Read more
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