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Laproscopy done for ectopic pregnancy. Trying to conceive. Periods irregular, PCOS. Prescribed glucophage, merional. Treatment?

dears,,,, i was having an ectopic preg. last year , i made laproscopy without removal of the tube. since last august i was trying to conceive but every month the period was not coming on its time and at last i discovered that i am having pcos doc. had prescribed me glucophage .. and merional this is the third month to use merional .. iam waiting my period today as every month since using merional it comes on 20 th .... i cant wait to have pregnancy .. and if not what could be my next step .. and i am afraid of having ectopic again
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
Firstly, you should consult an Infertility Specialist.
PCOS leads to irregular periods and irregular ovulation.
Hence, you might need treatment in order to ovulate and conceive in the form of ovulation inducing drugs and / or injections.
Moreover, you need to have your fallopian tube patency assessed, as that might lead to infertility, specially since a previous ectopic can damage or block the tube even if it was not removed.
Your partner's semen analysis needs to be done.
All said and done, consult a Specialist for detailed work up and treatment
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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