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Pcos, regular period, not get pregnant. Is this normal?

hi doc .. i am 32 yrs old already and i have been diagnosed with pcos . i can just really believe where i got this bec i use to have a healthy lifestyle.. since college i am really into gym for exercise and all of my sister has their sons and daughters already. up to now for over 2 yrs of my marriage, still i never became pregnan. i also have my 35 days cycle, is this just normal? thanks and Godbless you
Asked On : Thu, 10 May 2012
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Hello mam, PCOS is a hormonal disease which affects conception at many levels. Keeping a healthy lifestyle is a cornerstone in its management but still you need to take some medicines too to manage the disease. If your cycle is of 35 days but regular then that is not a matter to be worried but in my opinion you need to go to a gynecologist for follicular study and ovulation induction. Also get your hormonal assays done to rule out any abnormality. Take care and all the best
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