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I have poly cystic ovarian syndrome

hi i am 19 years old and last month i had a miscarriage but the doctor told me i was one week or two weeks pregnant but i havent saw my period since febuary of this year and back in febuary i did take many home pregnacy test and they came back positive and went to a clinic and they told me that i was pregnant also, then i went to the doctor last month on the 24th they told me that i have poly cystic ovarian syndrome, then a few days later i had intercousre is ther a possible way that i can be pregnant? im very courious, my breast are very itchy and im still leaking milk from them PLEASE HELP ME OUT!!!
Thu, 12 May 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
hello and welcome to healthcare magic!!
the milk secreting from your breast is mostly because of increase in prolactin a hormone responsible for the same and so it would be better you got yourself evaluated for thee same and also consult a gynaecologist who would be a better person to guide you in conceiving.
take care.
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  Anonymous's Response

Both my sister and I conceived with PCOS two weeks apart from each other.  I was lucky and it happened the first month of trying.  Just enjoy it and let it happen.  The more you worry the harder it will be.  My sister took her temperature every morning for a month and when she looked back she took note of when it was highest and what that temperature was.  The next month she continued to take her temperature every morning and when she noticed that it peaked again her and her husband went for it.  The temperature time method is recommended to most women before they look into IVF.

Other factors that may be hindering your effort could include, stress, lack of exercise, too much exercise, poor diet and the list continues. Take care of yourself, eat well and do what it right for you.  Even with PCOS your body will tell you when it is time... you just need to listen.  

Good Luck.

  User's Response
Hi you are not pregnant and you will not become pregnant until milk stops leaking from the breast. in my first pregnancy i learnt that there is no chance of becoming pregnant while feeding the baby and can conceive after milk stops. you have not become pregnant and not delivered but you are getting milk. it is some hormonal problem so get the hormonal status verified in blood.
  Anonymous's Response

A blood test is without fail always right.I concived while breast feeding and I also have poly cystic ovarian syndrome and I concived if your not pregnant and would like to balance your hormones and ensure a future pregnacy take some herbal suplements try dong quia,and chasteberry also known as vitex.Ihope this helps it has help me .

  User's Response

You people concieved while having PCOS..please help me...tell me some things I can do. Ive been trying for a year with no avail.

  User's Response

You probably are pregnant.  You should have an ultrasound verify you are.  It can't be detected until at least three weeks, and since a blood test came out positive, you could be.  Good Luck, oh and the fact you can't get pregnant while breast feeding is a myth, you can.

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