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Have polycystic and retroverted ovaries, taken Ovamit. Any chance for pregnancy?

hi doctors, i am 32 and im married for 1 year and 4 months, we are trying to have a baby but when i consulted some obgyne, or DPOGS specialist, i was diagnose to have a polycystic and retroverted monthly period is normal as in 28 days cycle, she give me some pills like Ovamit, but only for 1 month.. since she cannot monitor me coz im away from home working in other country... now i want to know if theres any chance for me to get pregnant, and what possible sex position you can suggest for me to concieve a baby.. more power
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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There is a multi-pronged approach to deal with infertility in polycystic ovaries. Ovulation status must be established and so is the complete hormone status. Any deficiency should be supplemented. Clomiphene is given in increasing doses up to 200 mg. and for six monitored cycles until ovulation is achieved or otherwise. Metformin is added if insulin resistance is also observed. You should also try to manage your weight by diet and regular exercise. The missionary position is good enough and since you have retroverted uterus, try to lie on your abdomen after intercourse for half-an-hour. Hope this helps.
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