Hi and thanks for the query,
Polycystic ovarian syndrome
on is own is associated with cycle abnormalities. In most cases, results to regularize the cycles using medications are not very spectacular, they usually take much time. Its not unusual in your case. however, many women still get pregnant during treatment, despite the irregularity of the cycles. An increase in the frequency of unprotected sexual intercourse with a tested partner on its won increases significantly chances of getting pregnant. Screening of cormobidities in PCOs
like diabetes mellitus
of thyroid disease
is also a key aspect in PCO care. I suggest you book an appointment with an infertility
specialist. Other effective options might be proposed depending on the case.
Thanks and best regards,