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Trying to conceive, PCOS. On metformin, ovamit. Ultrasound shows PCOS, intact endometrium. Treatment?

hi, i am 27 years of age, trying to conceive for two years but not successful. my height is 5 2 , weight is 56 kls. i am diagnosed with PCOS six months ago and was prescribed to take metformin and ovamit(just started for two months now) but still not able to conceive. the ultrasound showed that i have a normal sized anteverted uterus with intact endometrium . polycystic ovaries with dominant follicle on the right. my HSG result is: theres opacification of the endometrial cavity and both fallopian tubes with contrast spillage on the right. no other findings
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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ki Lori,
Thanks for posting your query.
To control PCOS main thing is weight reduction by doing regular exercise & avoiding heavy & spicy food.
If still not controlled then medications are started.
You are taking good medications as prescribed by most of the gynaecologist.
But your HSG results are not so good showing only one tube patent means your fertility rate is 50% reduced.
Wait for some time if still do not conceive then go for IVF.
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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