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Trying to conceive, suffering from PCOD. Prescribed apcod. Best time for intercourse to conceive quickly?

hello doctor,its been a year i married,and trying to conceive now.but i was diagnosed PCOD and doctor prescribed me to use APCOD for 2months.upto 52days i had APCOD and last 8days i used MYOTOL-F capsules.and my question is after how many days i will get period and when is the best time for intercourse to conceive quickly?and will this 2 months course regularize my periods?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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(1) let me put some light on "PCOS"

POLY-CYSTIC-OVARIAN-SYNDROME = " multiple , fluid filled cavities in ovary"

NOW FOR simple understanding is not medically accurate just for understanding purpose ONLY.

Main function of ovary is to produce the female sex hormone like estrogen / progesterone which comes out in a cyclic fashion like 25 days comes estrogen while for 5 days comes progesterone which cause bleeding. This is maintained by brain but the days varies for all females. now due to the PCOS the production of estrogen and progesterone gets disturbed/ may not have enough production on one or the other leading to imbalances and hence makes irregular bleeds as well as problems with pregnancies are seen.

(2) Here is the way to give a greater chances for becoming pregnant.

The process know as "OVULATION" is when the female egg releases from OVARY, this occurs roughly between the 15 th -20 th day after the menstrual cycle (end of bleeding ), pregnancy means the meeting of the man's SPERM to the female's OVA- both have half genes which need to get together in order to form a complete structure, so the best possibility for the pregnancy is if the intercourse has occurred during those five days, other time their is no OVA present to meet the sperms hence no possibility of getting pregnant.

IF you have been having 30 days cycle so the best chances to get pregnant is during fertility window while you are ovulating, for the best chances to get pregnant are from 16 days to 21 day from last menstrual withdrawal/ bleeding, ( if last day of menses is 14 march the the fertility window will be 1 april to 5 april ), more over the intercourse position is also important for the sperm have best possible chance to enter, mostly the female in bottom /missionary position is considered better, and keep lying for 30 min after ejaculation with the legs on the pillows and head flat to make incline position for sperm entry in the uterus.

(3) Treatment mostly regularize the menstrual as long you take the pills which mostly ORAL CONTRACEPTIVE PILL which is not helpful to become pregnant.

But Fertility medications like Clomiphene may be given for ovulation problem, which is usually the reason for fertility problems in women with PCOS.
MYOTOL-F Is a multivitamin and apcod is also as nutrition supplement which will not be any help as long as getting back to the regular cycle, only OPC will help to get you back on track.

Hope it helps.

Answered: Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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