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Regular Periods But Infertility
When ovolution occurs with letrozole(dose5mg/day)averge cycle27, 28days, periods regular but pcos, periods remaind8days this time.Periods started30decmbr?
TTC: Contraceptive pills will not allow you to get pregnant. There are other hormone treatments that your OB can put you on to assist you, if that is the problem. But, infertility and irregular periods will not be solved on the internet. This will require working in person with your ob. ...Read more
Does provera (medroxyprogesterone) oral work for teenage girls that have pcos and have irregular periods?
Depends: Depends on what you are trying to treat. Provera (medroxyprogesterone) will regulate menses but will not have an effect on excessive hair growth or acne. Most women who are not trying to get pregnant will be treated with oral contraceptive pills as it treats more of the pcos symptoms then Provera (medroxyprogesterone) alone. I would recommend seeing a reproductive endocrinologist to go over all the possible treatment options. ...Read more
Still possible: Irregular periods are caused when your body's signals for ovulation and menstruation get confused by hormonal imbalances that can be related to your thyroid (TSH), pituitary (LH/FSH/prolactin), ovaries (estrogen/progesterone). Many external factors can affect the hormones: malnutrition, stress, obesity, for example. Diet and exercise can get ovulation back on track. See a GYN though. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, irregular periods, don't ovulate regularly. Trying to get pregnant for a year and haven't yet. Will it be hard?
Maybe: Check with your healthcare provider for advice on detecting ovulation. There are ovulation test kits at the drugstore but they are expensive. Most important, having periods twice a month is not normal, can lead to anemia (low red blood cell count) and should be evaluated by your gynecologist or hcp.. ...Read more
Can a woman with pcos have regular ovulation and regular periods?when the periods are considered irregular?when is it difficult for ovulation to occur
Pcos, glocophage1500mg, wgt49kg, periods regular, clomid100mg&now150mg, recnt periods date10nov, 7dec, 2jan, no brest pain til now4 periods, chance to conceiv?
Yes but I'm not sure: If your asking whether, you have conceived or if there is a chance you can conceive. There is a chance you have conceived and there is a good chance you will. The goal dose of glucophage is 1500 mg. One thing to consider is the anectodal improvent by using Mucinex (guaifenesin) to loosen the cervical mucus; Clomid can make thick limiting sperm entry, wont hurt, check ovulation predictor kits? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pcos, is there any relationship among metformin progesterone n regular periods bcs I am at these medicines n regular prds for 7 months but no pregnancy?
PCOS /Progesterone: Patients with pcos taking metformin will reduce the Insulin resistance seen in some pcos patients and it may make things more regular but isn't a treatment. If you are taking Progesterone throughout the cycle, then you aren't likely to get pregnant because the lining won't be suitable for implantation. You should only be taking Progesterone after ovulation if you aren't making enough. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it ok to take Clomid (clomiphene) even though I have regular periods? Does regular periods means i ovulate each month? Took Clomid (clomiphene) 1st time but didn't conceive
Endometriosis(cyst got reduced) n hypothyroidism(tsh 5.65). But regular periods.is it difficult to conceive?
If a girl is pregnant, would it be normal to have monthly regular periods? Not lightening or spotted pink periods. Regular red periods.
No! Not possible: Bleeding in pregnancy van never be a cycle. It is "bleeding in pregnancy". Ovulation cannot occur during pregnancy due to the hormonal environment. Additionally, a period is the shedding endometrium layer. This cannot occur in pregnancy. It is a very unfortunate medical myth that should be halted with education. All bleeding in pregnancy needs evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Trying to conceieve after implanon. Regular periods before implanon, irregular during implanon to regua, removed month ago. No ovulation?
Yes: Clomid (clomiphene) is designed for people who have irregular periods - most likely not ovulating. Sometimes you need a higher dose if you do not respond. Your cycles should be less than 35 days when taking the effective dose of clomid (clomiphene). Ultrasound can help to see if you are responding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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