Time To Get Pregnant Again After A Miscarriage Due To PCOS?
Hello r nDr. I am 21 years old for a 14-month marriage. I have had a miscarriage 2x .. last curette in March 2018 and until now there have been no signs of pregnancy. In September I went to Dr. It turns out that I have PCOS. R nMy question … when can I get pregnant again? And whether after menstruation smoothly PCOS is gone?
If a woman of childbearing age miscarries, the woman's body will experience the same phenomenon as a woman giving birth, namely the puerperal period. In the puerperal period the reproductive organs are in the process of recovery to return to when they were not pregnant, so that the body is expected to be able to return to producing good eggs that are ready to be fertilized into a fetus.
The postpartum period for each woman is different, there are 2 weeks, but there are also those who need more than 6 weeks, for example, which is generally around 40 days since delivery or miscarriage. So when Anisah can get pregnant again then the answer is when the postpartum period is over, but the purpose of being able to get pregnant here is that the body is expected to be able to produce eggs that are ready to be fertilized and the uterus is ready to support the development of the fetus later. The success of a woman getting pregnant is influenced by many factors, such as wife's fertility, husband's fertility, and the intensity of intimate relationships.
PCOS or polycystric ovary syndrome is a collection of symptoms caused by an imbalance of female hormones. The symptoms that may be experienced are in the form of menstrual cycle disorders, oily and acne prone skin, weight gain, hair becoming thin and fragile, and tendency to experience depression. In addition, the state of PCOS is also one of the factors why pregnancy becomes difficult.
PCOS itself cannot be cured, but it can still be controlled or controlled so that the symptoms that arise are not severe and are expected to minimize the possibility of difficulty getting pregnant due to PCOS conditions. Where changing healthy lifestyles, hormone therapy, to surgery is expected to control the condition of PCOS, so that symptoms such as menstrual cycle disorders can return regularly, but so do not condemn the possibility that someday the condition of PCOS will reappear.
Anisah is expected to consult with a gynecologist directly, so that further examinations of your health condition can be carried out objectively.
Some tips and suggestions for changing healthier lifestyles for those with PCOS conditions are
Avoid sugary drinks like cakes, candy, soft drinks, etc. Reduce intake of foods with high carbohydrates such as white rice, noodles, bread, vermicelli, etc. Routine exercise with a duration of about 30 minutes which is done at least 2x in one week. Avoid using drugs without the consideration of a doctor, especially for hormonal drugs. Hopefully this can be useful