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Polycystic ovaries

Pcod,ASO, vitamin d nd b deficiency... folliclular study on 31/8/2016 showed 1-1 follicles in both ovaries of 9.4mm &10.3mm ,EET -4 on day 12 but on day 16th multiple tiny peripheral cysts in both ovaries(pcod) EET- 5.5.Now im late 22 days no sign of period with negative prega test on 8th october 2016.Aso titre is 250. Please help.. i want a baby..
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Dr. Rita Bakshi Delhi | Gynecologist/Obstetrician
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Hello, PCOS is the major factor behind your irregular menstruation ultimately causing difficulty in pregnancy. Also, your body weight is more than your ideal body weight. Eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly to lose weight. For now, visit an infertility specialist for further evaluation and undergo treatment to have a baby. You can also visit my clinic International Fertility Centre located in Green Park New Delhi so that I can examine you better. You can mail me your contact details as well to reach you.
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Venkat Raghav Bangalore | General Physician
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.. Hello.., polycystic ovarian syndrome is the most common cause for irregular periods in these days. It's due to hormonal imbalance between LG and FSH. Common symptoms are irregular periods, hirsutism, weight gain.. It's long term problem.. Reduction in weight shows significant improvement in pcos... Difficulty in pregnancy is common problem with pcos. Oral contraceptive pills regularise periods with minimal bleeding
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