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Trying to conceive, have PCOD, thyroid, irregular periods. Had AKT4 and 4 for micro bacterial tuberculosis complex of uterus. Chances of conceiving?

Hello Doctor, I am married for 3 years and trying to concieve from last 3 years. My periods are very irregular, infact does not came from last 55 days. Also, i have PCOD and Thyroid problem. I am taking Oosure and cervifert capsules and of course Thyronorm 50 mcg for control of thyroid, and thyroid is normal now. I have been history of being suffering from micro bacterial tuberculosis complex of uterus . For that I took AKT3 , AKT4 course for 9 months. that also normal now. Still i don t have regular periods and unable to conceive . My Questions are: 1) Is PCOD can be fullly cured and i can conceive. 2) Is the above medicine is right medicines for PCOD 3) Is it possible that i may be infected with microbacterial tuberculosis complex again.
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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YOU HAVE TO TEST serum insulin fasting and postprandial to know the sevearity of pcod.
INVITROFERTILISATION will help you conceive soon by icsi.
TB infection will recur in some patients.
if your tubes are patent you can try ovulation induction for 4 monthswith IUI.
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