I am 27yrsmarried woman without Kid, have been diagous of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, pls what is the treatment for this 'cause i need children

The good news is that many

The good news is that many women with PCOS are able to get pregnant and have children. In fact, you are getting ready to reach your prime age - new research shows that women with PCOS have more success in their 30s getting pregnant than they do in their 20s.

Clomid does work for many women with PCOS, but usually with the addition of a medication like metformin. The good news (again) is that both of the medications are fairly inexpensive and can be prescribed by you ob/gyn instead of a fertility specialist.

Many women with PCOS struggle with weight issues and weight can have a significant impact on fertility. research shows that even a 10% weight loss can help, so get healthy! Good luck!


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