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What Are The Steps To Concieving A Child If You Have Pcos
Pcos is a metabolic disorder affecting 8-10% of women that may cause irregular periods, acne or increased hair growth, infertility or subfertility, and increases the risk of diabetes. To diagnose pcos, we need 2 out of 3 of: 1. Irregular or no periods 2. Acne, hair growth and/or blood tests showing too much male-type hormones (androgens) 3. Ultrasound showing large ovaries ...Read more
I have pcos I do not get periods at all. What steps would I have to take to get my body ready to try to conceive?
See your doctor: If you are not having any periods, your doctor will want to determine whether it can be induced. Usually, Progesterone is given for 5-10 days then stopped and within another 5-10 days you should get a period. Sometimes this can jump start things but sometimes additional medication is required to help with ovulation. Things you can start doing now: low carb diet and exercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Me and my husband is trying to conceive but I have pcos what are the steps we need to take to be successful. I'm not on any meds?
Track cycles: Bethan, PCOS may cause infertility by irregular ovulation. Track your cycles (mark them down). Ovulation usually is mid-month. You can buy OTC ovulation kits to see when/if you are ovulating. These turn positive 1-2 days BEFORE you ovulate, and that's the best time to have sex.If cycles are irregular, there are meds that can help you (metformin, clomid, letrozole). take a prenatal starting now. ...Read more
Hi im trying to concieve forpregnancy since 4years i have pcos..my weight 59
Have taken medecine all these years...and now stopped coz im tierd.
Done sonography they said i got hemmorogic cysts dr givn conceptive pills for 2 months it will go n i want to concieve ..Have pcos wht to do?
Hard to say: Hemorrhagic cysts will often resolve on their own with or without birth control pills, though the pills might speed up the process. You may want to consider asking your doctor to wait a month rather than 2 before starting Clomid to see if the cysts resolve sooner. Either way, it will only delay pregnancy by another month. ...Read more
I am 25 my husband is 29 we have been trying to concieve for five years I have pcos and just started Clomid 50 mg days 5-9 what are the chances we can?
Varies: Hard to say. 5 years is a long time. Assuming you had irregular periods, regular sex, but never ovulated, then your chances are good, about 20% per month if you ovulate on the clomid. Assuming that you previously ovulated but not regularly, you likely had sex during that time frame and so that means you still had a chance to get pregnant. In that case, your chances are good but likely lower. ...Read more
I have pcos and i already have a doctor pamplet on the risk factors and symptoms, but i and my husband trying to concieve, what are the chances?
Depends. : Some patients with pcos have no trouble conceiving while others have difficulty. Start trying and see. ...Read more
Maybe: It might work very well. But it does not work for everyone. Certainly a good place to start! ...Read more
Trying to concieve, I have pcos taking femara 3-7 with a 34 day cycle when is the best time to have intercourse?
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