have one functional tube which the left, diagnosed with pcod can pregnancy be achieved

Having one functional tube is

Having one functional tube is necessary - you don't have to have two. You do, however, also have to have a functioning ovary on that side.

It absolutely is possible to have one tube and a disgnosis of PCOD/PCOS, or polycystic ovary syndrome and still carry a successful pregnancy. research is showing that women with PCOS are more likely to get pregnant in their 30s than in their 20s. You will want to see a health care provider experienced with PCOS, as you may want to consider taking metformin or similar drug with Clomid.

For many women with PCOS, losing weight is often difficult, but can boost their fertility, even with just a 10%loss.
Good luck!


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