Having PCOS problem. Will I ovulate normally?

I got married at the age of 22 and since two years now we are trying hard to have a baby but we are disappointed now. Last month, I went for USG scan both pelvis and abdomen. I was diagnosed with PCOS. I referred to an ayurvedic who recommended me phalaghrita medicine for about 2 months. Then I stopped taking the medicine. I’ve still not been able to conceive yet. I searched on many websites and realized that women with PCOS don’t ovulate normally. So I would like to know that, Is there any problem with my ovulation cycle or am I facing any other problem?


Having PCOS problem. Will I ovulate normally?
Obstetrics & Gynae

Answer ( 1 )

  1. Hello Dear,

    Thank you for writing to us at MediMetry.

    There are various factors responsible for missed abortion and recurring pregnancy losses. Majority of the times it is unknown. But we can try to find the cause by certain tests like APLA (twice at different occasions for confirmation), GTT to rule out diabetes, Thyroid profile, Serum prolactin levels, CBC, tests for nutritional deficiency and vitamin D, tuberculosis, USG for endometrial problem, PCOS, hydrosalpinx etc.

    Advanced tests can be karyotype of both parents, semen tests, and a long list of costly investigations also. I would suggest you to consult a specialist and plan your next pregnancy after at least ruling out common problems. I prefer giving low dose ecosprin emperically to cases of BOH, and folic acid 5mg daily while planning pregnancy. Nutritional deficiency should be corrected by diet and supplements.

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