Planning Pregnancy In PCOS Patients?
doctor,rnToday I did an ultrasound because I haven’t had my period for 2 months then the obstetrician informed me that I have PCOS and I was given primolut and metformin, my question is can I still get pregnant? what is the percent chance? what should i do if i want to get pregnant fast?rnrnthank you
Being diagnosed with PCOS doesn't mean you're less likely to get pregnant. Currently there are quite a number of medical therapies that can be used to treat PCOS. Including the therapy you are currently undergoing.
PCOS is a condition in which many cysts form on the ovaries which causes the sacs to not develop properly, so the process of egg maturation and ovulation does not occur.
In PCOS sufferers, there are several ways that can be run to get pregnant immediately:
Lose weight to ideal body weight. Eat healthy and nutrient-rich foods. Control stress. Regularly control your blood sugar and blood pressure. Make sure you also undergo PCOS medical therapy regularly.