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Trying to get pregnant. Having PCOS, hormonal changes. Given inositol tablet. Is there any side effect?

Hi doctor I am 28 yrs old . I have one baby girl 4 yrs old.we try for another baby for last 6 months but not yet .i check with gnynacologist ,and the result was hormone changes in my body and also i have pcos .she suggest oosure my inositol tablets ,can i conceive another baby?my pcos will be removed?any side effects of this tablet please help me Thanks
Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Hello,

As per ur details , u were having poly cystic ovary disease. In cases of PCOD , proper ovulation doesn't occur ..so for that u were not able to conceive. In this regard I advise u to consult a infertility specialist.. These are the steps that should be followed

1. Hormonal assays mainly DHEA, thyroid profile, LH and FSH., SERUM PROLACTIN AND estrogen progesterone levels

2. Follicular study

3. If ovulation is not happening then infertility specialist will try with ovulation inducing drugs

4. Having intercourse at the time of ovulation by serial follicular study



All above should be done by a infertility specialist..so see a specialist



Hope this will help u a lot
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Trying to get pregnant. Having PCOS, hormonal changes. Given inositol tablet. Is there any side effect?

Hello, As per ur details , u were having poly cystic ovary disease. In cases of PCOD , proper ovulation doesn t occur ..so for that u were not able to conceive. In this regard I advise u to consult a infertility specialist.. These are the steps that should be followed 1. Hormonal assays mainly DHEA, thyroid profile, LH and FSH., SERUM PROLACTIN AND estrogen progesterone levels 2. Follicular study 3. If ovulation is not happening then infertility specialist will try with ovulation inducing drugs 4. Having intercourse at the time of ovulation by serial follicular study All above should be done by a infertility specialist..so see a specialist Hope this will help u a lot