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Why I am not able to conceive even after taking medications for pcos ?

Hai Dr. Iam 26yrs old lady having pcos for the last 6yrs. Iam married n we r trying for a baby. My gynocologist suggests me to take chrominac A for 3 months and glyciphage for 1yr and duphastone (have to take on the 15th day of periods). And now i completed 3mths courses n still am not getting pregnant .(After scanning it was found that my LH is high ie 22.69) pleading for an answer.........
Asked On : Wed, 28 Mar 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
P.C.O.S. is a major cause of infertility, and insuline resistance is the root cause of PCOS. Please get your blood sugar level regularly checked. If it is under complete control, one can expect pregnancy.
Answered: Wed, 28 Mar 2012
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Infertility Specialist Dr. Abhishek S. Parihar's  Response
Hi Rakhi
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PCOS is multi factorial disorder which occurs due to hormonal disturbance and leads to absence of ovulation. As per your reports LH levels are very high. I would suggest you to undergo certain hormonal tests before you start treatment for ovulation like serum testosterone and DHEAS. If levels of these hormones are high, it adversely affects the ovulation and quality of the egg. You can continue taking chrominac and glyciphage. Try to lose weight if you are overweight by diet control and exercise. Once hormone levels are within normal range you can be put on drugs which will induce ovulation ( like clomiphene) followed by follicular monitoring ( by ultrasound) to look for growth of egg and to document ovulation followed by timed intercourse or IUI. Take care
Answered: Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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