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Trying for a baby. What should the normal semen analysis be? Have PCOS. Pregnancy?

My husband and i are trying to have a baby for over four years now... semen analysis shows 1.5ml it normal? after sexual intercourse, early morning upon getting out on bed...i could feel semen coming out from my vagina ... i was diagnose PCOS but i menstrate regularly every month ranging 28-35 it possible to be diagnose as PCOS with regular monthly menstration?
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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You have to first understand cewrtain things as below.
1] You can conceive.
2] Semen quantity is not important, but the sperm count should be normal with normal morphology & motility.
3] PCOS women should lose at least 10% of the body weight.
4] Check on Thyroid[Do a TSH in blood]
5] Semen leaking out in the morning is normal in many women.
6]PCOS people can menstruate normally in some cases.
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