I have pcos and i have been having issues getting pregnant. I have taken many doses of clomid and i have lost hope in that. My dr has prescibed me naltrexone(made at a compunded pharmacy) to treat my pcos. Do u think this will help in ability to get pregnant?
Hi, I think you should take some medicines like metformin and myoinositol to treat the pcod. Discuss with your doctor regarding this. You can take clomid for a maximum of 12 cycles. The chance to get pregnant in one cycle of clomid is 7 to 10 percent only. So, don't get stressed too much. Try to lose some weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle. You can go for IUI if you have tried timed intercourse with clomid. A semen analysis of your husband should be done. HSG should be done to check tubal patency. Hope I have answered your question. Regards Dr khushboo
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