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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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Is conception possible with this follicle study result despite taking Deviry?

hi dr. am 24yrs old married since 1.5 yrs and trying to concieve for last 6 months. I had irregular periods so i consulted a gyno and have done ultrasound and dound that i have bilateral PCOD. she prescribed me folinext, glyciphage twice a day (but i use to have one per day since it cause nausea for me) siphene from secnd day of ma periods and deviry 10mg for 10 days from 15th day onwards. And told me for follecular study. Periods was on nov 9th. today is the 16th day . Left ovary follicle size is 21*16*16 mm and right is 9 mm . my endometrium thickness on 16th day is 8. Am concerend becoz she told me to take deviry on 23/11 onwards one per day and i started taking d tablets whether it will prevent me from getting pregnant and is there any chance to concieve with my case.
Wed, 20 Dec 2017
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Hi there, I have understood your concern and I will suggest you the best possible treatment options.

First let me tell you about your follicle study.
Your follicle study and ovulation induction process is on the right track. I usually suggest to my patients to take injection HCG 5000 IU, when follicle size is between 18 to 22 mm. This helps in egg release, and conception subsequently.

Secondly, Deviry tablets or any other progesterone hormone tablet will not prevent pregnancy to take place. These tablets anyway support the early pregnancy and if pregnancy has not occurred then it ensures withdrawal bleeding within 3 to 10 days after finishing the tablets.

I would also like to let you know that PCOS is a lifestyle disorder. The main modality of treatment is cahngea in the current lifestyle.
I will suggest you to opt for a healthy diet and regular exercise regimen.
Include more portions of fruits, vegetables and salads in the daily diet. Drink plenty of water in the day.
Avoid refined sugars and deep fried foods and bakery products.
Be happy.
Meditate regularly.
Things will be fine in the due course of time.
May God bless you with a bundle of Joy.

I hope this answer helps you.
Dr. Purushottam Neurgaonkar
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