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can i get pregnant???.......maybe not?

so two years ago i lost my virginity and found out 1 month later i had clamydia..now i find out i have it again. but im not sure how long i have had it this time...and i have pcos...is there a change that i will not be able to get pregnant in the future??
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replied March 29th, 2011
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Vaginal infections can be frequent owing to hormonal and changes in secretions. Persistence of infection or re-infection could be caused due to intercourse. You should consider getting treated along with your partner simultaneously to prevent re-infection.
PCOS treatment can be started to help you reverse the PCOS changes and have regular ovulation. Most common cause for PCOS is insulin resistance and so, treatment with insulin modifiers work. When you are ready for pregnancy, you can discuss your pregnancy plans with your gynecologist to decide on starting you with ovulation inducers to help increase chances of pregnancy.
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