Bilateral polycystic ovaries any problem for pregnancy?

Will most likely. Be a problem getting pregnant as you probably do not ovulate, once you are pregnant should not be a problem, please discuss with your obgyn.

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I have problem of bilateral polycystic ovaries. Should I try for pregnancy? Can cyst creates problem in pregnancy?

Yes. Please try and get pregnant, especially if you have regular menstrual cycles. If you don't have regular menstrual cycles get help from your gyn or fertility specialist. I recommend that all women see their doctor before trying to get pregnant, start prenatals, get pap smear and blood work. Read more...
You may. Polycystic ovaries effect women in different ways including menstrual changes, hormone effects and can cause difficulty with achieving pregnancy. The cysts themselves do not cause problems in pregnancy, although this condition causes women to be more sugar intolerant which can translate to pregnancy related sugar regulation problems. Read more...

I haven't seen my period since november 14th 2012 I have polycystic ovaries...I took a pregnany test a week ago it came bk negative. What should I do?

Nutritional Rx. Pcos is caused by high estrogen (e2)combined with high Insulin which then transforms e2 into testosterone. Excess carbs can elevate both Insulin (via stimulation of pancreas) and e2 (via competitive inhibition of glucoronidase enzyme) a low carb diet reduces both Insulin & e2 thus positively impacting this metabolic disease. Avoid fried foods, veg oils, soy. Read more...

I have problem of bilateral polycystic ovaries. My period is also stopped for last 2 months. I am facing problem of pain in my belly. Plz tell the reason?

See your doctor. Pcos can cause irregular periods. If you do not get treatment for your irregular periods periods, this can increase your risk for endometrial cancer. You could also be pregnant despite negative home pregnancy tests. Please call your doctor so your pain can be evaluated. There could be many different things causing your pain but it is not possible to tell what without you seeing your doctor. Read more...

My gyn also said the problem that I am having is polycystic ovaries (pcos). Can you please suggest some solutions for me?

PCOS. I am surprised that your doctor did not carefully discuss PCOS with you. Please go online and read a few articles about PCOS and then take the info back to your seemingly lazy doctor. Read more...

Bilateral polycystic ovaries can ad cured?

Sort of. If you're asking if pco can be cured, the answer is often no. The symptoms and the consequences of it can however be controlled most of the time. It all depends on the women's individual evaluation. The cause and contributing factors for pco differ for each women. For those who are Insulin resistant, a program of weight loss, diet changes and possibly medication can make a hugh difference. Read more...

How to overcome bilateral polycystic ovaries?

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 significantly. Other medication is available if testosterone is high or need to induce fertility. Read more...