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What changes in lifestyle can a teenager make to get rid of pcos and have kids ?

i am 18 and i was told i have pcos when i was 16. my boyfriend and i are trying to maybe have a kid within the next year but for 2 years we havent used protection and nothing has ever happend no pregnancys is it maybe impossible for me to have kids. could. i also had an std at one point could this also effect it all. i have also changed my diet , started taking fibre, and iron, i go to the gym i am more active could someone please help me out on what else i can do to make my chances of me having kids high. like what i can take or do.
Asked On : Fri, 25 Feb 2011
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You havent mentioned anything about your meses. Females who have polycystic ovaries have irregular menses and anovulatory cycles (which means OVUM is not released from the ovary to be fertilsed by the sperm).
Are you taking any treatment for this problem, have you seen a dr lately? Please do so also ultrasonography of the pelvis and some hormone related tests (FSH, LH) are required here.
What you are doing presently is good enough, but a condition like this required medication too.
Its not impossible to conceive, but may be difficult, unless you take proper treatment.
You can also take homoeopathic treatment for PCOS/PCOD, it gives excelllent results for the same.
Answered: Fri, 25 Feb 2011
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