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Can a woman with polysistic ovaries become pregnant?

GOOD DAY i think that i am pregnant, but when i took the pregnancy test it showed negative that was 1.5mths i think that i may be atleast 3 now. my stomach is swelling, my breast are fuller and are discharging a watery milk liquid, i am also alittle more tired that usual. i do feel movements in my stomach from time to time like a flutter or like gas but i m not hungry. recently i am feeling a little discomfort with my navel, it feels like something is twisting or pulling at lt. if it changes any thing i have polysistic ovaries. is there the possiblity that i can still be pregnant??? thanking you for your assistance
Fri, 31 Jul 2015
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Hello,
Pregnancy is still possible with polycystic ovaries since infrequent ovulation is possible in this condition and provided all other factors are available, normal natural pregnancies occur often. In the current scenario, you should first get your clinical condition properly assessed, get a specialist opinion in person, a trans-vaginal sonogram to assess the status of the pelvic organs and an estimation of the serum beta-hCG titres to confirm/exclude pregnancy. Further management can be accordingly planned. Hope this helps.
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