Fertility is not the only aspect of your life affected by a hormonal condition, PCOS, or Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. When you are planning a pregnancy, you might first want to get a diagnosis done. It is curable and a common cause of female infertility.
Many women have trouble in pregnancy because PCOS is left untreated. This count can be bigger in reality, as around 50% of women don’t know that they have this condition. Since you have PCOS, it doesn’t mean you are infertile. You may look for additional help as it can be more complicated. You can do several things to prevent PCOS symptoms and keep track of your pregnancy status with a pregnancy calendar.
There are some steps to ensure a healthy pregnancy and prevent PCOS –
How Likely Can You Get Pregnant with PCOS?
All you need is medications for treatment to get pregnant with this condition. According to a medical study, the drug “clomiphene citrate” has helped around 80% of women to ovulate successfully with PCOS. Approximately 50% of those women achieved natural pregnancy in 6 months. You might go through IVF treatment if medications don’t work. About 20% to 40% of women are more likely to get pregnant with PCOS through this treatment. Women who are overweight and are above 35 years old are less likely to get pregnant.
You might need to manage your blood sugar levels, have a healthy weight, and treat other symptoms of PCOS to get pregnant. Sometimes, fertility medications alone won’t help. IVF treatment may be recommended to increase your chances. All in all, you shouldn’t lose hope.
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