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Trying to conceive, have PCOS, follicular study done, moderate values, not on medications. Chances of pregnancy?

hi,i am a female aged 26 with body weight 46kg and height 5.1 .i am keen to conceive and on a follicular study now.both my ovaries are found polycystic.rt ovary measures 3.3*2.7*2.2mm and lt measures 3.4*2.8*1.9mm.on the 9th day the endometreum is 6mm in size with rt and lt ovary-msf,largest 6mm.on the 12th day,rt ovary-msf and left is F1=14*13*12 withan 8.7mm of endometreal size.kindly tell me what these indicates.can i get pregnanat?and right now i am not under any medication .kindly help.thank you!
Asked On : Tue, 19 Jun 2012
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Hi Eddie,

I understand your worry.

There are polycystic ovaries in you. The endometrial size is still not sufficient to favor pregnancy and so is the follicle size.

You may need oral contraceptive pills to regularize the cycles and ovulation inducing agents.

Please discuss about these with your treating doctor.

Yes, you can get pregnant.

All the best.


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