It's not only possible, but more likely (though it doesn't work for everyone). I am a 30ish-year old woman of healthy weight treating my PCOS with 1500mg Metformin daily in hopes of conceiving my fourth child. Metformin is a recommended treatment for women wishing to conceive and suffering from PCOS; it oftentimes restores ovulation. In my case, this appears to be true! YAY!! My DH and I will be thrilled if a pregnancy results before having to resort to injectables like we did ttc our third precious child (we conceived our first two in our young years of marriage...naturally, despite my extremely long, sometimes anovulatory cycles). Many REs will combine Met with Clomid. Clomid and I don't get along, though. Best wishes and HTH! M, happily married to my sweetheart almost 10 years now! Blessed with three, gorgeous children.
Yes. Although many women with PCOS struggle to become pregnant, it is still possible to get pregnant naturally.
Metformin is a diabetes medication commonly used in PCOS patients. Metformin helps you process glucose properly (which PCOS patients don't because of insulin resistance). By getting your blood sugar in check, hormonal imbalances can be prevented and proper ovulation can occur. Women with PCOS can get pregnant by using Metformin to regulate their ovulation cycles. If you take Metformin for 6+ months without any luck getting pregnant, your doctor may take your infertility treatment to the next level, such as taking Clomid to induce ovulation.
It is possible to get pregnant with PCOS without the use of fertility drugs. You may be prescribed Metformin (a diabetes medication, not fertility drug) to help regulate your blood sugar and balance your hormones, causing more regular cycles.
It's always possible to get pregnant, with or without PCOS. Medication is perscribed for a reason, and should be taken regularly, depending on what type of medication you are on it may be risky to go on and off of the medication. If you are on a birth control treatment it wouldn't be possible for you to get pregnant if you took your medication regularly before. Birth control builds up in the blood stream, just like Metformin. With Metformin as a treatment you could possibly be pregnant. The only way to tell for sure is to go to your local clinic and get a blood test.
Women with PCOS can still concieve, but if you have tried with no luck, then its best to consult a fertility specialist or your gynecologist.
Yes, taking Metformin can increase your chances of conception. Metformin is a diabetes medication that will help regulate your blood sugar, thus balancing your hormones and causing more regular ovulation.
Well it is possible for you to be pregnant and have PCOS, and there is also a posiblity of a false negative. If you think that you are pregnant, you should get a blood test to be absolutely certain.
It will probably take longer to conceive if you have PCOS. Chances are your periods are irregular which means you aren't ovulating, which means you can't get pregnant. Talk to your doctor about how you can regulate your periods with diet and medication (Metformin is a common treatment). Clomid can also be used to induce ovulation. Don't lose hope though, you can get pregnant with PCOS, it just may take longer.
Yes you can, but the hormonal imbalance/insulin resistance may make ovulation more infrequent. If you have missed periods frequently, ask your doctor to be tested for PCOS. It is still possible to get pregnant with PCOS, it just may take more time and intervention.
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Yes it is very possible difficult but possible I have several friends that have PCOS including me and even my mother and grandmother as you prob figured out my grandmother and mother both had children, I have not been as lucky yet but most of my friends have they have tried it all IVF, IVF-ICSI, Clomid, Metformin, you name it they have done it so YES it is very possible to have a child if you have PCOS
Well, Metformin is actually a drug for diabetics..But is also prescibed for women that have PCOS..When you have PCOS, your ovaries basically shut down due to lack of insulin & a inbalance of hormones. Metformin helps to restore the insulin to get the ovaries pumping correctly--thus ovulation will occur..On that note, a woman is able to conceive because of proper ovaulation. I have PCOS & I just started taking it---my friend also took it & conceived after 3 months..Hopefully this info is helpful, and your reproductive system will respond & help you conceive...Good luck!
Women with PCOS can still get pregnant, as they may occasionally release an egg ( ovulate ) to be fertilized. A woman with PCOS should practice safe sex, and use birth control as there is still a change of pregnancy.
Yes, of course. PCOS is one of the most common infertility issues. Treatment can involve medications such as Metformin (used for diabetes) or Clomid (used to induce ovulation). Diet and exercise should also be part of PCOS treatment. It is still possible to get pregnant with PCOS, many women do. See a fertility specialist (reproductive endocrinologist) for more information.
Yes it is possible to conceive with PCOS but you may have issues doing so and may need a Dr's help. Miscarriage rates are higher in women with PCOS, 45%+, as well. If you wish to become pregnant talk with your OBGYN about getting yourself in the best possible shape before trying so you can have the best possible out come!
There are several ways of coming at PCOS. One common method is to treat a patient with a combo of Metformin and birth control pills. The Metformin helps regulate the insulin resistance that PCOS causes. The birth control is used to skip periods to avoid the pain of the cysts forming each month.
There are many medications that can be used to treat PCOS. Metformin and birth control pills are both common with this condition.
Anything is possible. It is very difficult to conceive without taking fertility medication when you have PCOS, but it is not unheard of. Everyone is different and your severity of PCOS may not be as bad as others suffering from it. You really should consult with a fertility doctor, or a gynecologist and see what they would recommend.
It is but you need to go to the doctor because u might have PCOS
We usually give it about 3-6 months to see if it induces ovulation.
Yes, it is possible to get pregnant even if you are diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. It might take extra intervention - Clomid is a common medication used in PCOS patients to trigger ovulation - but it can happen! Don't lose hope.
It is not possible for you to be pregnant, and not have HCG present in your blood test results. depending on what your pregnancy symptoms are, it may be something as simple as PCOS.
It vaires sweetheart. My Mum has PCOS and she became pregnant within the first month of taking Chlomid while friends didn't get pregnant for 10 months +.
Can be, but women also get PCOS with age and with having kids. I am 23 and have PCOS. There is no link between having an IUD and PCOS.
No you can not get pregnant. I was recently tested for PCOS (turns out I don't have it) but my doctor said that while it is extremely difficult to get pregnant, you could still have a chance. Just because you don't have regular periods, doesn't mean you don't ovulate. That's just what my doctor told me. You should see your own doctor for more information. -in my humble opinion...