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Can i get pregnant being a pcod
Can i become pregnant being a pcod and hypothyroid patient ? Naturally can i become pregnant? Does pcod cause pain during sex
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With PCOD and hypothyroidism you can become pregnant but in many cases it causes difficulties also so it is better to take treatment for both as untreated causes harm in the body. PCOD does not cause painful sex Thank you for your query. And you may also visit us at https://drmongaclinic.com/gynecological.html
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Yes, you can. Relax. Consult online for proper evaluation and medical advice
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Hey, Pcod does not cause pain as such during Sex. However would recommend you to get yourself consulted from a Gynac and follow instructions provided by her.
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You should exercise regularly. Follow healthy diet and have proper sleep. Follow a proper biological clock.
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yes
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Pcod won't cause any pain during sex.. Pcod and hypothyroidism are treatable conditions.. Please get treatment to get conceive..
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