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Old 11-15-2011, 07:00 AM   #1
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PCOS and Ovarian Syndrome

Hi,

I have been married for nearly 7 years and have not conceived yet....over the period i have gone to many doctors and they all said i have no problems....they told me to get my husband to do tests....
So my husband did all his test and he needed to take meds to increase his sperm count.

Anyhow 1.5 years ago i changed the doctor i was going too and the new doctor told me i have PCOS and Ovarian Syndrome....thats why i cant fall pregnant. She put me on so many medication and get rid of the problem.....

At one stage the cysts had gone and she gave me needles to start IUI. after i had finished the course of needles she did a blood test to test my FSH and so on but the results werent goood.

So i went to another doctor who is male. He told me i have the same thing (PCOS and ovarian failure) and that i have to lose weight....he also put me on Glucophage 850mg, Marvelon for 21 days and Folic acid.....My doctor suggested i get a Laproscopy done but Iam scared. This month my period was 2months and 10 days late...and then it finally came. the doctor said he can not do anything this month because i have a 3cm bag on my ovaries....and i have to wait till next month to c if he can do preparation for IUI or if the bag doesnt go on meds then i have to do laproscopy.

Btw from the time i was 10 years old till 1.5 years ago my menstrual cycle was regular but since i have taken the course of needles to start IUI my periods are irregular and come every 2.5 months.

Will i ever fall pregnant under these conditions......My current doctor isnt very helpfull and tells me if i need to know something to go to the net....what an idiot....

 
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Old 11-15-2011, 07:09 AM   #2
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Re: PCOS and Ovarian Syndrome

Wow, telling you go and look on the internet lol. Probably one of the least settling things you can hear from a professional. Don't be frightened of the laparoscopy, it's just a small cut underneath your bellybutton, and it's definitely worth having done if you want children. Losing the weight can bring regular periods back and you should try very hard with that because if it brings your periods back not only will you feel more confident with your figure, but you will be able to ovulate properly and hopefully get pregnant.

Also might I suggest seeing a female doctor if your new one is being this way on a regular basis.

 
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Old 11-15-2011, 07:12 AM   #3
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Re: PCOS and Ovarian Syndrome

I saw a female doctor but she was no good, and the wait time at her clinic is 5 hours and more.....as i used before i had regualr periods but changed to the things i have which sux

 
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Old 11-15-2011, 07:17 AM   #4
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Re: PCOS and Ovarian Syndrome

Aw that's a shame, 5 hours is a little bit ridiculous. Maybe you could look for some kind of specialist in your area for PCOS or a very good gynecologist from a female friend?

 
Old 11-15-2011, 07:19 AM   #5
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Re: PCOS and Ovarian Syndrome

I might give my current doctor one more chance and see what happens and if i dont see any results to my satisfaction i iwll have to go to beirut

 
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Good on you! Don't give up. Best of luck getting pregnant.

 
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