Maybe. It could be more difficult but you still can get pregnant. Many people have some difficulty and others don't so I wouldn't use it as a contraceptive method.
You can get pregnant. Women with polycystic ovarian syndrome tend to have irregular periods and often find it more difficult to get pregnant but they do get pregnant. If you would like to increase your chances of getting pregnant, maintaining a healthy weight is very important. I would also recommend seeing an OB doctor for additional recommendations.
Yes. Women with pcos may take longer to become pregnant, but most will still be able to conceive. With fertility drugs it can happen much sooner.
Most definitely. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is consistent with abnormal ovulation and elevated male hormones. One will conceive quite easily on a low glycemic index diet with the addition of an Insulin sensitizing agent such as glucophage (metformin). Clomid or letrozol for ovulation induction is very helpful. Be very encouraged that this can be treated. Good luck.
Consider Clomid (clomiphene) With pcos, you do not ovulate regularly, or perhaps not at all. If you are overweight and/or have problems with glucose metabolism, it may be helpful to use diet (avoiding simple carbohydrates) and exercise first. That might reverse pcos and allow ovulation to resume. Clomid, (clomiphene) however, is the medication most often used for pcos-related infertility.
Diet, exercise meds. Low glycemic diet, exercise and metformin work best for most women. Extended release metformin does not work well. Please read www. Ivf. Com/pcostreat. Html to learn more about pcos while Clomid (clomiphene) often works, miscarriage rates can be very high, particularly if pcos is associated with metabolic abnormalities. Outcomes seem better when abnormalities are normalized rather than jumping to clomid (clomiphene).
Please see OB/gyne. You'll get the best advice by speaking with your ob/gyne directly.
Metformin. The best and safest therapy is generally metformin, which can restore normal ovulation and fertility in up to 60% of patients. Metformin lowers Insulin resistance which is the basic metabolic abnormality in pcos. Losing weight through diet and exercise will also help.
Yes. Women with pcos generally are anovulatory and do not ovulate. However, there is always the possibility that you can have an occasional ovulatory cycle. Problem is, you never know when it could happen, and timing intercourse is difficult. If you do not want to get pregnant, you should think about some method of birth control. Hope this helps.
Can I get pregnant if there is no ejaculation or pre ejaculation? I also have polycystic ovarian syndrome
Yes. Pcos makes it less likely but does not prevent pregnancy. If you do not want to get pregnant you must use an effective form of contraception. One of the best for someone with pco is the birth control pill, since the pill will not only protect you from pregnancy but can improve pco symptoms like acne and hirsutism (excess hair growth) and can lower the excess risk for gyn cancers.
Yes. Those little guys can sneak out even without ejaculation and it only takes one. Granted, odds lower and with your pcos you don't ovulate regularly which reduces chances of pregnancy, but all it takes is one egg and one sperm. If you don't want pregnancy, don't play roulette that these things in combo somehow constitute birth control.
I have a severe case of polycystic ovarian syndrome and im on bc pills, will I be able to get pregnant and have children?
Yes. Women with pcos, even severe, can conceive but they usually need the help of a fertility specialist or ob/gyn in order to induce ovulation and to exclude other reasons for infertility. After a certain age the biggest limitation for pregnancy becomes the age of the female as opposed to the lack of ovulation.
PCOS. You can still get pregnant with pcos and hypothyroidism. You may need to take medications to control your thyroid disease and other medications to get you to ovulate. After that time you should be able to conceive.
I am 27 year old. I am getting pink blood spots from vagina for18 days, I have 33mm ovaries and have polycystic ovarian syndrome. Do I get pregnancy?
Possibly. PCOS interferes with a woman's fertility, but most women with PCOS do ovulate, albeit irregularly, and can get pregnant if having sex. Even if using birth control or taking hormones, you should take a pregnancy test. Another possibility is breakthrough bleeding from an excessively thick uterine lining, a common problem with PCOS. In either case, I recommend you see a gynecologist.
Not sure. 33 mm is normal for ovaries if you have PCO you need to have 4 regular periods a year to keep healthy. Spotting may mean nothing, but do a preg test and if negative make sure your doc helps you have a period every few months.
What are the chances of me becoming pregnant if I have be Polycystic ovarian syndrome? What can I do to increase my chances?
Ovulation induction. A Fertility MD can induce ovulation with medication and offer Metformin to help minimize the tendency to have diabetes. Both of those measures will enhance your chances of pregnancy if nothing else reproductively is wrong.