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  1. HRC Anonymous User
  2. Infertility Discussion
  3. Friday, 01 March 2013
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Is it possible to get IVF if I have PCOS? Also what is the best drug to improve my odds of getting pregnant?

Edited by HRC Anonymous User - 01.03.2013 08:30
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DrTourgeman Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
Indeed you can get pregnant with IVF when you have PCOS. We just need to be diligent as you may have "too robust" of a response.

We will need to use FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) to stimulate you follicles to grow.
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HRC Anonymous User Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
I also have PCOS and I get this very heavy bleeding, cause my my progesterone is very low and my prolactin is really high. right now A????? placed on weekly 50m of progestin and some drugs,what do ? think my chances for pregnancy??????
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DrTourgeman Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
The prolactin levels should be brought into the normal range. Also if not already done there should be a test to make sure there are no anatomical problems with the uterus causing the abnormal bleeding.
Good luck!
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HRC Anonymous User Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
I was told that i had pcos but then about a year ago the infertility doctor said i dont have it. i have regular period every month but still have not got pregnant. idk what to do because i really want to be pregnant but the end of the year. is there a chance i can get pregnant with medicine and going the iui.

imani86
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DrDourron Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
imani86,
You may still have periods every month and still have some degree of ovulation dysfunction including PCOS that is preventing pregnancy. If you have not established a pregnancy within 6-12 months, I recommend that you have an evaluation by a reproductive endocrinologists.

Dr. Dourron
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