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How to conceive with PCOD?

Hi, I am 29 years old, 65 kg ,married (no child) and have PCOD. I had two missed abortions (First Trimester) in last 3 years. SAC was always smaller by 1-2 weeks. My Lupus Anticoagulant and Toxplasma IGM has come positive. Last conception was done while i was on Letroz 2.5 and Glycomet Sr 500 , for a year for my PCOD. Periods are always delayed by a month. Want to conceive but am quite apprehensive whetehr this time also i will miss it. Suggest treatment and the way forward
Mon, 20 Mar 2017
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Hi, I think you can conceive by letroz tablets. The chance to get pregnant in one cycle of timed intercourse is 7 to 10 percent only. So, try atleast 3 to 6 months. Track your follicles growth by repeated ultrasound and when your follicles is more than 17 to 18 mm, take injection for rupturing the follicles. Be in contact with your husband every 2 to 3 days after your periods stop. Take progesterone for next 2 weeks. Do a urine pregnancy test at home after that. If it doesn't work, then you can go for IUI. When you conceive, you need to take aspirin also and may be infections of heparin daily. Discuss with your doctor regarding this. Hope I have answered your question.
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How to conceive with PCOD?

Hi, I think you can conceive by letroz tablets. The chance to get pregnant in one cycle of timed intercourse is 7 to 10 percent only. So, try atleast 3 to 6 months. Track your follicles growth by repeated ultrasound and when your follicles is more than 17 to 18 mm, take injection for rupturing the follicles. Be in contact with your husband every 2 to 3 days after your periods stop. Take progesterone for next 2 weeks. Do a urine pregnancy test at home after that. If it doesn t work, then you can go for IUI. When you conceive, you need to take aspirin also and may be infections of heparin daily. Discuss with your doctor regarding this. Hope I have answered your question. Regards