How can I get pregnant with insulin resistance?

Yes, but it. Is more difficult as Insulin resistance can lead to pcos, infertility, abnormal menses, increased male hormone levels, etc. Diet, exercise and weight reduction is excellent therapy. Talk to your doctor about possible metformin therapy.

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Does insulin resistance affect fertility hormones such as fsh, estradiol?

To some extent! The single most common abnormality is a slightly high or borderline total testosterone and significantly increased free testosterone due to a low sex hormone binding globulin in females. Estrogen is unaffected! however, because of increased intra-abdominal fat which contains cyclic aromatase, which converts androsteindione to estrone and testosterone to estradiol, men have higher estrogens! Read more...

Can a pcos pregnant woman make these test LP-IR Score, HOMA-IR, C-Peptide to detect if pcos is due to insulin resistance?

Yes, they are all. blood sample tests, though C-peptide is also checked via 24 hour urine collection. Pregnancy & stage in pregnancy affect physiology & results will likely be somewhat different when not pregnant. Non pregnant results more relevant for long term health. None definitively diagnose PCOS as due to insulin resistance, yet a strong association has long been observed. http://goo.gl/ubDC9h. Read more...

PCOS with insulin resistance. 26 wks pregnant. Fasting blood sugar each month about 68. Failed one hour glucose 146. Do I have GD or is fail due to IR?

Failed 3 hr GTT = GD. A failed 3 hr glucose test is needed before you are considered as having gestational diabetes. Read more...
Not sure. you can tell. As you suggest, PCOS is associated with insulin resistance, a condition which existed before you were pregnant. In this setting, hyperglycemia is induced more easily, although your fasting blood sugars are reassuring. If you were in my office, I would probably say, "Not sure you would have had GD if you did not have preceding PCOS, but abnormal 1 hr GTT puts you in GD risk category." Read more...