I have menstruation problems, doc gives me lots of meds, want to have a baby?
Hello, first thing sorry for my weak English cause it’s not my first language. I’m 23 years old female. After my puberty my menses was normal for almost 2 or 3 years. Since i was 17 years old i have problems with my menses, it may stops for a year then suddenly start again. I was going to a doctor and she gave me some kind of medicine which has an effect as contraceptive pills, synthetic estrogen or progestron i can’t remember the name of that medicine, which make my menses start normally, but when i stop that medicine my menses stops too. Now i get married last year and i really want a baby. I make Endocrinology unit and my T3,T4,TSH and prolactin hormones are normal. I also made Trans-Vaginal US Reveals, and the conclusion was “Increased stromal echogenicity of both ovaries with bilateral small follicular size suggesting PCO for follow up.”. Last month my doctor gave me “Lutone” as injection with “Letrozole pills”. This month doctor gave me “Duphaston pills” with “Clomid pills” to stimulate ovulation, last time i went to the doctor my ova were still small in size, So doctor gave me “Fostimon injection” to be taken 3 times. I took it one time for now and tomorrow i’ll continue. But i’m very worried that i can’t be pregnant one day. I hope that my condition is almost clear to you and i’m really looking forward to your advice. Thank you and i’m waiting for reply.
even though you have PCOS,this doesnt mean that you are infertile. Compared to other women you may take time to concieve,but you surely will. Doctors are trying their best and you are getting the right treatment. Continue the treatment. yoga and meditation will help
I CAN UNDERSTAND YOUR CONCERNS ABOUT THE ISSUE. BUT PATIENTS WITH PCOS USUALLY TAKE TIME TO CONCIEVE. THE TREATMENT YOU HAVE BEEN TAKING IS ABSOLUTELY FINE. YOGA AND DEEP BREATHING EXERCISES WILL HELP.
IF THE SIZE OF PCOS CYSTS IS MORE,THEN IT NEEDS TO BE TREATED SURGICALLY TO INCREASE THE CHANCES OF FERTILISATION.
its very hard to concieve and get pregnant when you have pcos. we have seen women who get treated the pcos completely first,take a breathing space of 3 months after that and then try to concieve. These women have had excellent results.As long as pcos remains untreated,proper ovulation wont take place,leading to difficulty in conciveing
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I think there is nothing wrong now you are going on a good course of treatment and no need to worry about being pregnant if you are following the treatment and keeping your weight under control and simply loosing extra fat..
Be active as you can and surely you will be pregnant when you achieve the treatment to a point your hormones and body are ready to have a baby.