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Whats the best way to get pregnant with having polycystic ovarian syndrome?
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Dr. Vered Lewy-Weiss
Pediatrics - Endocrinology
6 doctors agree
In brief: Please see OB/gyne
You'll get the best advice by speaking with your ob/gyne directly.

In brief: Please see OB/gyne
You'll get the best advice by speaking with your ob/gyne directly.
Dr. Vered Lewy-Weiss
Dr. Vered Lewy-Weiss
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Dr. Mark Perloe
Fertility Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: 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).

In brief: 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).
Dr. Mark Perloe
Dr. Mark Perloe
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Dr. Byron Hapner
Obstetrics & Gynecology
2 doctors agree
In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Byron Hapner
Dr. Byron Hapner
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