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Suffering from PCOS, prolonged periods cycle, missed periods. Stopped yasmin tablet. Ovulation induction safe to take?

i am a married women(28 yrs) and i have pcos ..i stoped to take the yasmin tablet from sep,2012.After sep,12 my periods continued for 2 months..from nov. didnt have,2013) i want to have a baby...dotor told meto start Ovulation Induction this ok ..i am afraid.. and confused ....pls suggest.......
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Hi I am Dr. Mbobnda
With PCOS it is normal to have irregular menses. Ovulation induction is a good option for you to get pregnant. Also other treatments exist to regulate the endocrine abnormalities created by PCOS and permit pregnancy. So i will advice you to discuss with your Gynecologist so that together you will decide which treatment is the best for you.
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Answered: Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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