I have pcos. What complications?

Multiple. Insulin resistance causes pcos and also causes: high blood pressure, heart attack stroke, type ii diabetes, weight gain, high cholesterol, pregnancy complications of high blood pressure diabetes and weight gain with associated fetal abnormalities. This disease is a system wide metabolic abnormality that needs constant treatment.

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I have pcos and bulky uterus what are the complications during conception?

Ovulation Stim. The questions for pcos patients who want to get pregnant is "are you ovulating?" If you are having regular cyclic periods then you probably are. If you are not having periods then you are probably not ovulating. Metformin and Clomid (clomiphene) are common medications given to pcos patients to help with conception. Ask your doctor if you are a candidate for Clomid (clomiphene) Read more...

I have pcos 31 yr ttc what are my chances of a normal pregnancy? Will I have complications once I conceive

Good. But the challenge is getting pregnant and that may require some extra help. The baby will not be directly affected once you do conceive but you will be at increased risk for gestational diabetes. Read more...

I'm 32. I have pcos and blocked right Fallopian tube. If I fall pregnant what can be the complications with these conditions.?

Temporary "cure" Pregnancy will result in a temporary "cure" of the PCOS as that means you had a successful ovulation and at least the left Fallopian tube would therefore by definition be patent through 'road testing" You would then have the same risks and complications as any other pregnant woman unless your blocked tube is a result of residual infection( which could flare up during the pregnancy+(ectopics). Read more...