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Trying to concieve. Ovulation on 17th day. No result. Solution?

Hi We are trying to conceive for the past 3 months but the result is negative. This time I went through follicular monitoring and ovulation occured on 17th day but again I am not pregnant, though my LO had multiple small follicles, are these normal or PCOD . I am really confused and dnt know what to do, should I change my doc?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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PCOD is a symptom complex featured with irregular or absent periods, infertility, obesity, unwanted hair growth, acne, insulin resistance in some cases, abnormal hormonal profile with reversed LH/FSH ratio, raised DHEAS levels , abnormal GTT in some cases, sometimes associated with high prolactin and abnormal thyroid profile and showing multiple follicles in the ovaries as many follicles develop at the same time but not to mature. You have to get a complete protocol of investigations done to establish the diagnosis. Ovulation is possible but conception may not occur owing to many factors like hormonal imbalance, tubal problems or male factor.You should see an experienced infertility specialist and get advice. Take care.
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