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Done transvaginal scan. Have PCOD. Have reduced weight, regular periods. Unable to conceive

hi,this i had a TRANSVAGINAL SCAN..reports came as follows right ovary measures 35*29*32 mm--17cc left ovary measures 34*31*23mm--13.5cc no free fluid seen in pod.. i ve already decreased 12 kgs wieght when my doctor said i ve pcod periods are regular now..but am enable to conciece...plz tell me weather i ve to decrease some more iam 75kgs..
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Hello Lakshmi,
First congratulations for the efforts you took and reduced 12 kgs.
Now you said, you are 75 kg.
So, your ideal expected weight can be calculated only after knowing your height.
You need to maintain BMI in 20-25 range.
Now, your periods are regular, that is a good sign.
But, for conception, I would suggest you to consult a fertility specialist and you and your husband needs complete evaluation and treatment accordingly.
Hope this information is useful.
Continue the healthy life style.
Dr. Mrs. Sumeet Baheti
Answered: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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