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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome & Infertility
How to manage PCOS and Infertility
Q) What is PCOS?
PCOS is a female hormonal condition that plagues many women of reproductive age. It makes conception and childbirth difficult, but achieving your dream of parenthood with the right help is very much possible.
Q) If I am experiencing symptoms of PCOS and want to learn more about how that may affect my Fertility or overall health, what tests do I need?
PCOS is one of the most common but treatable causes of infertility in women. A holistic approach is essential when choosing an effective treatment option for PCOS.
Q) What is the fastest way to get pregnant with PCOS? Should they try conceiving as soon as they are diagnosed or can wait?
It is possible to conceive with PCOS within a year (or even less) if you are ovulating normally and do not have other infertility risk factors. It is essential to get your Fertility assessed.
Q) Why am I not responding to the drugs I got for ovarian stimulation?
There can be various reasons why you are not responding to medications administered during ovarian stimulation, including ovarian reserve depletion, hormonal imbalances, or underlying medical conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Consult an experienced fertility specialist and take a second opinion. Our specialists can diagnose and treat you precisely for your condition.
Q) What is worse for fertility - PCOS or endometriosis for fertility?
Both PCOS and Endometriosis are very different conditions; however, both can adversely impact fertility, depending on the severity of the disease. Fortunately, various surgical and otherwise treatments are available to manage PCOS and Endometriosis. You should consult an experienced fertility specialist for an accurate diagnosis and treatment.
Q) What is the best age to get pregnant with PCOS?
The golden rule is that the best time for women to conceive is while they are under 30. Of course, this applies to women suffering from PCOS as well. Conceiving after age 35 can also lead to higher instances of a child born with congenital conditions. Consult a specialist today - they can evaluate your fertility score and treat you for conditions like PCOS while vastly improving your chances of conceiving a healthy baby and having a safe pregnancy.