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Women with pcos problem faces difficulties in getting pregnant.

Is that true that women with pcos problem faces difficulties in getting pregnant ? ho wlong will it take for them to get pregnant?is there any solution for it?
Asked On : Tue, 25 Jan 2011
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Endocrinologist 's  Response
Hi: PCOS is common in females, but one thing that has to be remembered is that not all PCO are PCOS. PCOS has other Features like menstrual irregularity and hyperandrogenism. The concerns regarding PCOS is either subfertility or irregular periods or hyperandrogenism. The problem with fertility is mainly because the cycles are anovulatory in PCOS. It is easily treatable. Some times mere weight reduction will be enough, or you may require metformin or you may require drugs for ovulation induction.
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thank you doctor.i am already undergoing medication of metoformin and some tablets like ebexid,ovacare and astyfer.i dont knw how long its going to take to get out of this?
what does it mean by classic pcos?is it serious?
Answered: Tue, 25 Jan 2011
Endocrinologist Dr. V. Kumaravel's  Response
I think the tablets would be fine for now. Nothing is serious in PCOS. Dont get panic or anxious. Get i touch with your Endocrinologist or Gynecologist for periodic advice. you will get conceived soon. It is just matter of time. good luck.
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thanks a lot doctor for u very kind reply,i would inform u soon that i m pregnant.i m feeling better now.
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doctor one more ques,i m getting some small white tissue like things in my urine,is it bcz of pcos.
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