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trying to concieve for 3 yrs, related to PCOS.

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I am 25 and my boyfriend and I have been trying to concieve for about 3 years. I had a miscarriage 7 years ago. With that we wanted to keep trying on our own. No luck...I have decided to seek medical advice. I am quite nervous. I have looked other things about my body and most relate back to PCOS. I am not sure what to ask or how to ask about getting the help I need.


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replied April 1st, 2015
Infertility Answer A51695
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
On an average, women are known to get pregnant within 3-4 months of trying (if there are no other factors affecting fertility), hence, if you are not successful in your pregnancy plans within 6 months to 1 year of trying, you should consider visiting your doctor/gynecologist to get a complete infertility work-up done for you and your partner to see if there are any underlying causes for the infertility/inability to conceive. Treatment as needed (based on examination and investigations results) would be started to help you get pregnant. Consider visiting your gynecologist/obstetrician for further evaluation and assistance and be in regular follow-up and monitoring as instructed. Have diet with foods rich in zinc content to ensure better maturation of egg and sperms. Monitor cervix position, cervical mucus changes and the BBT (basal body temperature) charting to predict your ovulation and time your intercourse for having fruitful results. Have intercourse in positions that allow for deeper penetration for high deposit of semen. Be in regular monitoring and follow-up with your treating doctor/gynecologist and report any new/abnormal symptoms immediately.
Take care.


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