i have asked question before in this. I am desperate to have kids.i am 23 yrs.i have pcos.i am really worried to be pregnant and not to be aware of it.i have hot flashes..my question is can i be pregnant? i had my periods on dec21st 2010.but it was only 4 days bcoz i was on clomid. I am taking glucophage when i was diagnosed with pcos..now i am on duphaston also.so what cud be the reason of my hot flashes...i did take preggoo test and it came negative.but is there any chance i am might be pregnant?
Most women with PCOS don't ovulate and thus cannot become pregnant. So the first treatment option for infertility is usually the administration of drugs to induce ovulation like Clomid which you have already taken. Secondly Glucophage or Metformin is an insulin-sensitizing agent that is sometimes used in conjunction with Clomid.
Other than that, Injectable HCG, Hmg, FSH, GnRH and assisted reproduction like IUI, IVF, GIFT AND ICSI may also be used. Please discuss these treatment options with your dermatologist,
I sincerely hope this information helps. Take care.
i was lucky to concieve after 1 1/2 yrs on march with pcosn bicornuate uterus but unlucky i lost ma baby at 32 weeks in october.i was having high blood pressure during pregnancy.doc dont know the real reason 4 ma loss.now i m trying to concieve again.hopefully God bless me.
It's truly amazing how we pcosers cherish the unborn child more then most. To have a choice is a great thing but I have argued that in my case the choice isn't there. As for hot flashes I am also finding certain foods I have loved, Mexican and Tai make me have them too.
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