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Diagnosed PCOS, trying to get pregnant. Should i try IUI?

hi doctor. m 26 yrs old and was diagnosed with PCOS a yr back. i tried loosing weight as that would help me treat PCOS and get pregnant. we have been trying to get pregnant for a yr now but in vain. ive consulted a infertility center now and they are monitoring my cycle closely and we are told to have intercourse during specific day. i want to know how effective is that method? what are my chances of getting pregnant? should i try IUI?
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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Even after having PCOS, you can be pregnant, for the pregnancy certain very important things are necessary, intercourse at the time of ovulation period, semen should be sufficient in quantity, the count of sperm should be normal (enough), there must be a ovum in fallopian tube, no infection to either partner, if these factor fulfills then there is great chances of having conception, yes you can try IUI, but again the things will remains the same, have good day
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