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Trying to conceive. Irregular period, PCOD, have cystic lesions. free fluid with septa in pelvis. Help?

My periods are irregular , it gets extended by atleast 6-7 days every month ..i did the blood test everything is normal..The sonography of my ovaries shows multiple small cystic lesions,Also there is mild free fluid with septa in the pelvis.My doctor suspects that i may be having PCOD ...I m not sure whether i m ovulating ..I m very woried whether i ll be able to conceive ..Pls let me know on the same
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Poly Cystic Ovarian Disorder ( PCOD) is a most common disease .
Get in ultrasound of both ovaries with their follicles.
If the condition of follicles are normal than there is no need to worry.
As you mentioned that menstruation is normal ( 6-7 days) ,so this is one plus point.
Get in regular check up of various hormones as , ESTROGEN, F S H, LH ,TESTOSTERONE .
In my opinion you will be pregnant when you will like.
Take conservative treatment for PCOD from a Gynaecologist.
Good luck.
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