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Diagnosed with PCOS. Trying to conceive. Laparoscopy done, monitoring ovulation cycles. Any help?

I am 34yrs old and diagnosed with PCOS. i HAVE A 7 YR OLD KID. I conceived my first baby naturally, but now when we r trying for a second one, I am not able to conceive. I have undergone a laproscopy also (fallopian tubes clear and uterus is also normal)and taken medications for ovulations and undergone many cycles of ovulation monitoring. Can u please advise what i should do now as I am very depressed .Please help!
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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DEAR SIR/MADAM

THE COMMON PROTOCOL FOR TREATING PCOS IS BY WEIGHT REDUCTION AND REDUCING INSULIN RESISTANCE.
SINCE YOU ARE NOT HAVING ANY STRUCTURAL DEFECTS.
1. TABLET METFORMIN 500 MG SHOULD BE STARTED WITH INITIAL DOSAGE AND GRADUALLY RAISED TO 1000 MG PER DAY.
2. OVULATION INDUCTION DRUGS ACCORDING TO YOU GYNACOLOGIST ADVICE.

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Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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