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Is there any medication i can take for polycystic ovarian syndrome. I am trying to conceive but do not have regular monthly cycles.

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Dr. Dennis Higginbotham
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

You should see your doctor to discuss ovulation induction.
There are medications that will increase you chances of ovulating and improve the possibility of conceiving.

In brief: Yes

You should see your doctor to discuss ovulation induction.
There are medications that will increase you chances of ovulating and improve the possibility of conceiving.
Dr. Dennis Higginbotham
Dr. Dennis Higginbotham
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Dr. Erik Evensen
Emergency Medicine

In brief: YES

There are many meds wi=hich may help including birth control pills, metformin, spirinolactone, etc.
Talk to your ob/gyne about your options.

In brief: YES

There are many meds wi=hich may help including birth control pills, metformin, spirinolactone, etc.
Talk to your ob/gyne about your options.
Dr. Erik Evensen
Dr. Erik Evensen
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Dr. Brad Eilerman
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology

In brief: PCOS and Fertility

The combination of Insulin resistance and high testosterone is pcos can negatively affect ovulation and fertility.
This does not make you infertile. Treatment of the condition with lifestyle changes like diet and exercise and medications like metformin improve the problem and increase the likelihood of conceiving.

In brief: PCOS and Fertility

The combination of Insulin resistance and high testosterone is pcos can negatively affect ovulation and fertility.
This does not make you infertile. Treatment of the condition with lifestyle changes like diet and exercise and medications like metformin improve the problem and increase the likelihood of conceiving.
Dr. Brad Eilerman
Dr. Brad Eilerman
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