Chances Of Pregnancy For People With PCOS?
Sorry to ask … I have a menstrual period 4 days ago. Suddenly I came out a little more blood … but after 3 days of menstruation, I was in touch with my husband … and before my period I took the drug regimen … on day 3 Menstruation was given fertin medicine … because I was on the HSG he said PCO … could I possibly be pregnant?
The normal menstrual cycle is around 21-35 days. The presence of bleeding outside the menstrual period can be influenced by several factors, such as:
Side effects of drugs and contraceptives Hormonal instability Ovulation during the fertile period Fetal bullying / attachment to the uterine wall at very early gestational age Towards menopause Other medical conditions: endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome / PCOS, infections and wounds in the vagina or cervix, cervical cancer, pelvic inflammation, blood clotting disorders Regular contains norethisterone. This drug belongs to the class of artificial progesterone and is useful in several conditions such as abnormal bleeding, endometriosis, menstrual disorders, and contraception. This medicine has several side effects such as edema / swelling, bloating, dizziness, breast pain, weight changes, nausea, vomiting, menstrual disorders, difficulty sleeping, and fatigue.
Fertin contains clomiphene. This drug is one of the uterine fertility drugs to stimulate egg production. Some of the side effects of this drug are headaches, nausea, bloating, blurred vision, hot flashes, and changes in cervical mucus. Ovulation is expected after 7 days after the last drug consumption.
Given that you are currently on PCOS treatment and are taking medicines, if there is a change in the menstrual cycle, I suggest that you take back control with the doctor who treats you so that further evaluation can be done to confirm your condition, including regarding the possibility of pregnancy or because of the effects side of the drug or indeed the disease course (PCOS). The doctor will provide further treatment based on the results of the last examination.
While waiting to see the doctor, you should still take medicine according to the doctor's recommendation, get enough rest, avoid stress, consume healthy and nutritious food, try to maintain an ideal body weight, get used to a healthy lifestyle, and keep your intimate organs clean.
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y