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How long does it take to get pregnant with treatment for PCOD ?

hi im have a pcod from when i get my 1st period now im maride.i went for gynocologyst he told me to take hormone test and scan i have 2 go with report in few weeks becoz i had a scan befor doctor told ther is a small dermoid syst in right side overy he told it may go in few weeks.stil i didnt start my tretment how many month it will take to cure with madicin and in how many month i can get pregnent
Asked On : Sun, 31 Jul 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Thanks for your query.     
PCOD needs regular treatment & efforts from patients ,it cannot be cured but brought under control,No one can predict how much time you will need to get pregnant .Start treatment & sincere efforts for result.It is not so easy to cure.
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Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Aashish Raghu's  Response
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PCOD is mainly due to excess weight. You should lose weight by proper diet and exercise. Eat healthy. Avoid junk food. Exercise daily atleast by brisk walking. PCOD needs hormone medication to regularise your cycles and once your cycles get regular you can plan pregnancy. It usually takes 4-5 months but depends from person to person. Get your hormone levels tested, from that we can find out. Also you may be diabetic for which you may require medicine. Get your thyroid levels checked as well. Once you lose weight you will improve and increased chance of faster cure.
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