The Possibility Of Getting Pregnant With PCOS Problems And After Having Sex On The First Day Of Menstruation?
Morning, I previously had problems with irregular menstruation and it has been going on for a long time. I have been looking for information that is called PCOS. I feel the signs of PCOS symptoms are on me, so I tried to take the drug metformin so that I can menstruate regularly and I was able to take the drug for about 2 weeks ago, and only yesterday I got my period after the last menstruation last July. My period is also only about 3 days usually and the 4th day until the 6th day is usually only spotting and the 7th day is completely clean. Then, during menstruation the first day yesterday, my husband and I had sex and he took out his sperm inside. Considering we do not have plans to have children in the near future because there is something to be prioritized. If according to the doctor, with my condition indicated to have PCOS which is said to be difficult to get pregnant, my period which can only be counted around 3 days, and having sex with my condition being menstruating the first day, is there any potential for pregnancy to occur to me? Then to make sure I am pregnant or not, can I check using a testpack after how many days after the last sex?
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The existence of irregular menstrual complaints, the previous menstruation is July 2019. With menstruation that runs 3 days, the next day is not too much or just spotting, then it does not mean you have to experience a CSOS or polycystic ovary syndrome. To establish a diagnosapcos, symptom support is needed, physical examination and supporting examinations, so that after the diagnosis is established, treatment and management will be more rational according to the indications.
Some symptoms and signs are:
1. menstrual disorders
2. fertility disorders
3. increased homonation from blood tests
4. found many small cysts on the ovaries
5. excess hair growth in certain areas
7. head hair loss
9. difficult pregnancy
So it is necessary for the opinion of an obstetrician to ensure that a doctor.
Regarding your question:
1. there are tandapcos from what you read, then as described above it is necessary to consult with an obstetrician. Because your obstetrician better understands your current condition, so your doctor can determine whether these complaints are caused by PCOS or other medical conditions, such as ovarian cysts, hormonal stimulation disorders of the brain, thyroid administration or diabetes. Taking metformin without your obstetrician's instructions will increase the risk of your blood sugar dropping below normal, which can put you at risk.
2. the possibility of pregnancy after intercourse during menstruation, is small, because the uterus during menstruation is not ready to accept egg fertilization by sperm cells. So the results of fertilization can not place the rahm to continue to develop into a fetus. In addition, the fertile period has passed so that the egg is not fertilized.
3. After intercourse, a pregnancy checkup with Tespeck can be planned if you don't get your period in the next menstrual cycle. If you rely on late menstruation, then you will more easily know the possibility of your pregnancy, because one of the signs of pregnancy is menstruation late.
In general, discuss with your obstetrician regarding your complaints and treatments that can be undertaken in the future. The doctor will carry out physical examinations and supporting examinations such as blood tests and ultrasound examinations. The results of the examination will be a reference to provide rational treatment.
To help balance your menstrual cycle, and keep the reproductive system running according to its conditions, you should pay attention to a number of things, such as avoiding stress, avoiding sleeping late, idealizing weight, exercising regularly, and eating healthy foods.
Thus the information we can convey.