I am 24 and newly diagnosed with pcos. what are the chances that I can get pregnant?
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome - I am 24 yrs old and I just got diagnosed with pcos. what are the chances
- 9 Nov 2014 by court36
- 18 November 2014
- polycystic ovary syndrome, pregnancy, syndrome, diagnosis, ovary
Added 9 Nov 2014:
I was put on reclipsen, taking this birth control does this make me ovulate again?
Pregnancy chances vary person to person, but PCOS is one of the most treatable forms of infertility. If I were you I'd find an endocrinologist that specializes in PCOS as many general practitioners have limited knowledge of the condition and treatment can change as doctors learn more about it.
Another key will be to keep your weight under control. The nature of PCOS can make this a lifelong challenge for many of us.
As far as Reclipsen, from what I read on webmd, it doesn't make you ovulate or not ovulate, but makes it less likely for an egg to be fertized or a fertized egg to implant.
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