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Have PCOD, Ovarian follicules, no fluid in cul de sac. Previous abortion with MTP pills. Chances of pregnancy?

hello ,i have a query,regarding pcod diagnosed by tvs,left ovary showing multiple follicles 4-5 & rt ovary=23 by 14 mm both,no fluid in cul de sac,my husband has oligospermia ,diabetes,minor uti also.i concieved two yrs before but took mtp pills.married since 3 years,please guide my probabily of getting pregnant again,waiting for reply.what should i do?i have no mensrual irregularities and no masculine behaviour.
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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PCOS can not be diagnosed only on the basis of TVS. You need to undergo hormonal investigations like LH,Testosterone and DHEAS to reach at diagnosis as you don't have clinical symptoms. 23*14 mm is size of rt ovary or size of a follicle in rt ovary is not clear. If there is anovulation then you may need ovulation induction with clomiphene. If you are overweight then try to lose weight by diet control and exercise. Testing blood sugar levels will give an idea about need to start metformin. As your husband is oligospermic and diabetic,IUI will be better choice compared with timed intercourse. Don't worry there is a good chance of getting pregnant once ovulation is confirmed.
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Answered: Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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