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So my problem is i had 2 abortions, first abortion was within 3 months,and the second one was within 2 months ,after that my periods were irregular so i went to a doctor they said that i have pcod and treatment has to be taken for 3 months and after that i can get pregant.

So pls advice what should i do to get pregant?

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replied May 23rd, 2008
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i have taken 3 months treatment for pcod problem. trying to get pregant,my doctor said me that after i will get pregant

on 3 rd,5th,9th,11th,13th scanning has been done for 3 months.

Poly-cystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a type of endocrine disorder that can be manifested with sterility (difficult to conceive) and miscarriages (can’t keep the pregnancy). Irregular periods are due to missing or rare ovulations which is typical for PCOS. Without ovulations the periods are irregular and conception is impossible.

Usually you can’t get pregnant while taking Krimson 35 but it is believed that after going off the pills regular ovulations will be established spontaneously and then you may conceive. If synthetic estrogen and progesterone do not help you may need to use ovulation inductors like clomiphene, FSH and LH, GnRH-analogs, etc. Therapy of PCOS is not simple and requires a long time and patience. Metformin (anti-diabetic drug) be used to achieve conception and to keep the eventual pregnancy.

There is nothing you can do but to follow the doctor’s instructions and to have regular sex.

You can consult a gynecological-endocrinologist about your condition.

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