I am 28 years old. My height is 5'4" and my weight is 154.32 Ibs. We have been trying for pregnancy for a year. My husband's reports were all normal. I am having PCOS, but my periods are very regular. I am on Oxetol 300 mg for partial seizure for one year. I am also taking Metformin 500 mg thrice daily for five months. I have not used any contraceptive pills still now. My insulin levels are also normal. Please help me out. I am getting very much depressed.
Having seen your PCOS reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity), it is suggested that you should opt for controlled ovarian stimulation and intrauterine insemination procedure. It will increase your chance of conception by 20 percent as it would remove the cervical factor as a cause. You should be reducing your weight further and should opt for tablet Angelica on next consultation with your gynecologist and that would help improve your ovum quality as well. But, as you have already tried for five months I feel ovulation induction and IUI would be a better option for you.
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.. report (attachment removed to protect patient identity) shows a baby of 9 weeks and 5 days.
With the EDD and calculated date of conception, it is a case of delayed conception where the child is not lagging growth. Read full
.. has been rightly addressed with IUI (intrauterine insemination) at 22 mm follicle size.
The follicle would have ruptured in the next 12 to 16 hours. Hence, the sperms were already present prior to that (which can stay alive for 72 hours in the female r Read full
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