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Hi,doctor it's good to see that you guys doing help .kindly tell me something about me I am so worried I am diagnosed as PCO with insuline resistant so my doctor advise me for HSG and Dye Drilling for Ovaries which was done on Nov 2011Now my both tubes are open and. Am taking Diabex xr 500 mg twice daily at night.so my fasting insulin level is 11 and my progesterone level is 5 nmol/L its been done on 8th day from my Menstration.all my other test are normal.kindly advise me is this progesterone level normal or its less or am I ovulating or not? One more thing my husband semen analysis shows he has 15 morphology so please advise me something as we are trying from 3 moths and still didn't get success.
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replied February 9th, 2012
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
PCOS usually responds to treatment with insulin modifiers as most common cause for PCOS is insulin resistance. Ovarian drilling is also known to trigger ovulation (and treat PCOS), the exact cause for this is still unknown. Continue the treatment as prescribed by your treating gynecologist. If the semen analysis report of partner is not good, further evaluation would be needed to look for the underlying cause and treat it. IVF or ICSI done with washed sperms (healthy sperms) can help you with pregnancy. Discuss about further options with your treating gynecologist or visit an Infertility specialist for further assistance.
Take care.



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