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both follicles ruptured.after ovulation

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iam 24yrs old. married on june 2013.i have pcosn irregular periods..on jan 2014 i got conceived due to clomid.on aug i gave birth to premature baby due to cervix incompetence that was a csection.
soon after i got my periods on sept...nxt for 2 months i was on birth control.from november doctor put me on letrozole , glycomet, folic acid for 2 cyles bt it didnt click out.....
then doctor put me on clomid 100mg b failed...nxt she put me on clomid 150 mg,myotol and said to have a follicular study n till d20 i had only one follicle 11*9mm so it failed....currently im on letrozole, humog75,i had 1 follicle 16*13mm on left and 17*16mmon right on d13..on d14 i had hcg5000 .me n my husb bedded on d13,d15,d16,d17,d18,d19.on d17 i got scan that both follicles ruptured.after ovulation i got lower abdomen pain and leg cramps attimes...i use to get leg cramps when im nearing my periods...
im so anxious about baby.will i b able to conceive this time?plz help........edical question

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replied June 29th, 2015
Welcome to ehealth forum

The chance for pregnancy with fertility treatments for PCOS is very good. The great majority of women with polycystic ovarian syndrome will be able to have a baby with treatment.

You are on treatment with Clomid to ovulate and HCG injections. As shown by the scans you have ovulated and hence chances of conception and a successful pregnancy is possible. Please note that 50% women on clomid therapy will become pregnant.

But you need to relax and rest and avoid all forms of stress. Being stressed and anxious will not help, but it is usually counter productive, as stress can cause increased cortisol levels in the body and this might affect the chances of implantation and hence pregnancy.

It is understandable that your stress is the result of expectations of your family members and elders. The chances of failure may cause a psychologically negative impact due to social reasons. But it will be beneficial as you and your complete family seek counselling and you understand the process of fertility treatment. Once your family understands the condition, they will be considerate towards you, and pressure on you will be reduced . This will help you get more relaxed and stressfree and this in turn will improve your chances of having a successful pregnancy.

I hope this helps.
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