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Trying to conceive. Diagnosed PCOS. Taking pills to regulate cycle. Medicines ineffective. How to conceive?

Hi I m Sheryll, 32 yrs old i was diagnosed bilateral polycystic ovary . I ve tried pills for 5 months to regulate my menstrual cycle but on the 8th month my cycle becomes abnormal. I tried pregnancy test but the result is negative & I was advised to undergo Transvaginal Ultrasound again but still i have PCOS. I also tried taking Metformin but still no effect. I am desperate now. Does a person diagnosed to have PCOS wont get pregnant? Pls help me & enlighten me... Thanks...
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Hello Sheryll,
Thank you for your query.
People diagnosed with PCOS will face difficulty in conceiving, but it is not impossible.
You need to consult a proper infertility specialist.
Diet and weight loss with regular exercise is the backbone of therapy for PCOS.
Moreover, just taking Metformin might not help you conceive.
You might require the help of medications which help you ovulate .
Also, you should not waste further time, but consult a Fertility specialist for adequate treatment.
Since you are 32, do not waste more time
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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