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Cysts in ovary. Trying for pregnancy. How long will it take to cure the cysts?

hi doctor i am 29 years old i try to get preganancy for last 6 month .before 3 month i take all test in my scan report mentioned i had polycist on left ovary and doc advised to reduce the weight ,now i reduce my weight 8kg and last month doc did follicular studies egg is ruptured from my right ovary and advised to get intercourse for 2 days but unfortunately due to some reason we missed that time,now what i have doubted means whether this month i get ovalution or not and how long will take to cure my polycist
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
Poly cystic ovary disease can be treated by taking hormonal pills, insulin sensitizers, maintaining the ideal weight, making dietary changes etc.
As you had ovulation in the previous cycle, possibly this time also you will have ovulation.
You can track the ovulation by using the ovulation kits and plan unprotected intercourse around that time, which will increase the possibility of pregnancy.
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Take care.

Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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