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Irregular periods, medication done. Will she get pregnant or not?

My daughter is 25 yrs old and she attended her age in her 11th year. From the time she had irregular periods and we diognised that she has PCOD. She is under medication from age 12 till now and still her irregular periods did not cure. Now we are expecting her to get married and I am worried if she would face any risk in getting pregnant because of PCOD? if yes, what precautions/steps she should take to avoid such risks? Help me please. Thanks - CHitra
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM.
There is a risk,but having irregular periods doenst mean that she cant get pregnant. Women with PCOS have normal pregnancies and kids but it have to be well treated and under control so I suggest frequent gyn examinations including hormonal check ups and ovarian ultrasound. Nothing can be known till she get married and starts having frequent sexuall intercourses. If she would have fertility difficulties she can benefit from IVF or medicaly stimulated ovulations.
WIsh you good health.
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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