I'm on medication for pcos,
and I'm loosing weight too I already have one child 3 yrs. I diagnosed pcos last month
I do have irregular periods once in two months.
What would be chances of pregnancy ?
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If you do not have regular monthly periods, you are probably not ovulating regularly, in which case conceiving may be difficult, depending on sporadic episodes of ovulation. Please see a gynaecologist for relevant tests. Ovulation can be induced with medication, if needed.
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