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1 How major is it? Q.2 Are there any risk in pregnancy? .Please help me with my questions? Q. Register Now. help others and be an expert. 2006 Total points: 99 (Level 1) • • Add Contact Block Diagnosed PCOS...o • Yahoo! Products How Answers Works Points & Levels Community Guidelines Leaderboard Suggestion Board Answers Blog About o o o o o o • Ask What would you like to ask? þÿ Continue Answer Discover Why Yahoo! Answers? Share your knowledge.. What are you looking for? Advanced Search þÿ Search Y! Answers net2net Member since: December 26..
6 Will it be normal delievery or C-section? Q.3 How soon i can get pregnant? Q.642 (Level 4) • • Add Contact Block Best Answer .13 Cost of operation(in German Euro)? Q.5 This treatment is permanent cure or it will be life long? Q.12 How soon we can see the results of operation and how major is the operation? Q.7 Effect of Pcos in Baby? Q.4 What is the duration of treatment? Q.Chosen by Voters .Q.5 If it is life long what are the effects on future pregnancy/ mestural cycle/Menopause/Helath? Q. 2006 Total points: 3.14 Is this treatment is covered in Health insurance? Thank you from bottom of my Heart for replying this questions.10 After treatment effect on Obesity/Hair growth/Irregular periods/Skin problems?/Diabetes/? Q.11 If drilling(Operation) what are the after effect? Q. • • 4 years ago Report Abuse by trevnme Member since: May 07.8 Risk of miscarriage or during Pregnancy? Q.
Q.1 How major is it? PCOS raises your risks of some bad things (certain cancers. Q. but treatable. It causes irregular periods and many women with PCOS don't ovulate.it doesn't really affect it.but lowered to normal range with proper treatment of PCOS.14 Is this treatment is covered in Health insurance? Depends on your insurance.6 Will it be normal delievery or C-section? PCOS does not affect what kind of delivery. Q.10 After treatment effect on Obesity/Hair growth/Irregular periods/Skin problems?/Diabetes/? Most PCOS symptoms will go away or lessen with proper treatment.However. Q.. This means that you should treat your PCOS for the rest of your life. Some women get pregnant without any help. Q. Q.. Q.13 Cost of operation(in German Euro)? No idea. these risks are lowered. blood clots. if it is treated properly. . Q. As far as menopause. Risks of ovarian atropy..11 If drilling(Operation) what are the after effect? Normal recovery from laproscopic surgery.4 What is the duration of treatment? PCOS is not curable.7 Effect of Pcos in Baby? None.12 How soon we can see the results of operation and how major is the operation? Ask your doctor.. diabetes.. high blood pressure.5 This treatment is permanent cure or it will be life long? Life long. Ovarian drilling is often times a last resort. There is mixed opinions on it...and you should research it thoroughly before making a decision either way on this. Q. but that is easily combated with sticking with metformin during the first trimester. Q. I'm not really sure. Q. There is no evidence to suggest it raises any other risks in pregnancy.3 How soon i can get pregnant? You can start trying to conceive whenever you want.2 Are there any risk in pregnancy? Women with PCOS tend to have higher risks of miscarriage.8 Risk of miscarriage or during Pregnancy? Slightly higher. It might take awhile to figure out what combo of things will work to help you get pregnant. some need infertility treatments.Q. and heart disease). Q.5 If it is life long what are the effects on future pregnancy/ mestural cycle/Menopause/Helath? PCOS can cause women to have trouble getting pregnant. Q.
all of your symptoms may not disappear. No one knows exactlly why. I've heard women complain that their bodies dont start working even though they've been on metformin for awhile.amazon. There are two that I recommend. 2. before your body is regulated. but is treatable and most women are able to get pregnant when the PCOS is treated correctly.ivillage.php?cat=infert… http://messageboards. many doctors are not aware of the proper treatment.com/o/asin/0007131844/… I also recommend a couple web sites: http://pcos.amazon. The underlying cause of PCOS is insulin resistance (IR). You must be on a high enough dose of metformin. There are a few important things to know: 1.itgo.com/iv-bhp… This one is a great message board where you can ask all your PCOS questions or just chat with the women who are also dealing with PCOS. but if it is treated properly. Here's some basic PCOS info for you. making it nearly impossible to lose weight. blood clots. The best treatment for PCOS is going on an insulin sensitizing drug such as metformin (1500-2550mg per day) combined with a low carb diet and exercise. Many women "pass" the test for IR. I don't respond until my dose is around 2000mg a day. There are TONS of books about PCOS and dieting. I recommend seeing a reproductive endocrinologist. Unfortunately. When the PCOS is treated properly. Here's the links at amazon for those: http://www.com/ http://www.Here's some basic PCOS info and links for you: PCOS is not curable.org/faq. diabetes. There are higher risks for many things (high blood pressure.. Good luck. but they should improve some.inciid. Our bodies work against us when we try to lose weight on our own. . 4. Some doctors are hesitant to up the dose past 1500mg... It is important to treat your PCOS even if you are not trying to get pregnant.com/o/asin/0809224275/… http://www. then those risks are lowered. It can take a few months on the correct dose.my thought is that the test is not a sure fire way of detecting the IR. It will also be a lot easier to lose weight (and keep it off). and many other things) when you have PCOS. but still respond positively from the metformin. 3.but for some of us it takes more. They are generally more knowledgeable about PCOS and the correct treatment.
2007 Total points: 2. o o 4 years ago Report Abuse 0% 0 Votes .539 (Level 4) o o Add Contact Block I'm sorry I won't give answers but advise. Answers u get here are based mostly on individual experiences which may not be applicable to you not to talk of them being inaccurate.Source(s): I have successfully been treating my PCOS (and have 2 children). these kind of questions are best answered by a professional in the field. * You must be logged into Answers to add comments. Sign in or Register. Other Answers (3) • by sholly Member since: March 21. • • 4 years ago Report Abuse 100% 1 Vote • 1 person rated this as good Not the right answer? Try Yahoo! Search Search Yahoo! for þÿ Search There are currently no comments for this question. Goodluck from the bottom of my heart. I am co-leader of a PCOS support group. Look for a good gynaecologist and get illuminated through her.
Not everyone has the .com... How big of a deal PCOS is in your life/fertility varies from person to person.com o o 4 years ago Report Abuse 0% 0 Votes o 1 person rated this as good by Nicky • Member since: February 17.webmd. Pcos is one main cause of infertility in women because the eggs that are in your ovaries turn to fluid filled sacs instead of viable productive eggs. • Member since: April 29. Pcos is also linked to insulin resistance. 2007 Total points: 21. There are lots of great information in Pcos on web MD . your cycles are very irregular because in some women there hormone levels are either to high with one and not enough of another or in some cases the hormone that helps stimulate the pituitary gland to release an egg in not there at all.159 (Level 4) o o Add Contact Block The sad truth about PCOS is once you have it you will have It for the rest of your life and their is no known cure. Source(s): www. 2007 Total points: 3.o 2 people rated this as good by mistk_do.374 (Level 6) o o Add Contact Block I can try to answer your question based on my experiences.
I did not. You'd see a dematologist for any acne issues. cycles and hirutism. certainly age and severity of condition. PCOS will have no effect on you delivery (unless you conceive more than one child) and the only effects it could have upon the baby are passing the condition on to our daughters genetically. You've obviously had the basic hormone panel done and possible an ultrasound to confirm the presence of cysts on your ovaries (if not then this may happen). Test would include blood draws. high blood pressure. He may also put you on Metformin (insulin pill) because there is evidence that in some PCOS people this can in combination w/ clomid have and effect on your fertility.same issues arising from PCOS. I don't really know much about the ovarian drilling situation and your insurance coverage is based on your policy and where your located (in germany I think you'd have a better chance of full coverage). Treatment for the symptoms of PCOS are dealt with not as a group but individually. Your GYN about cycles. Some people w/ PCOS do conceive on clomid. It helps to regulate your hormones so it can effect acne. Clomid is a low-level fertility drug. PCOS can and most likely will be a reproductively long situation for us. etc). after their first pregnancies have such a surge in hormones that I kick starts their own bodies and their hormones regulate out more to some degree. GYN giving seminar suggest induction of cycles (provera or birth control) to make sure lining isn't building up and regular ultrasounds after 40 to check for abnormalities.com . Treatment is not a permanent cure you may have to go through this every time you want to conceive however. I don't know much about this. From there your treatment would be based on the doctor's assessment of the situation. I would also highly recommend that if you have extremely irregualar cycles and have been that way for many years that you by pass your GYN and go straight to the . a PCOS community who can answer any questions that you may still have and offer support while your going through this. If your like me then you'll be referred on to a reproductive endocronologist who will start another work up based on information that he has . I highly suggest you check out soulcysters. there have been women who. I'm not sure whether treatment would be just begin with stimulation/insemination. The are no risks w/ becoming pregnant having PCOS to you or the baby that aren't common risks to the general population. Your GYN will probably then want to perform a hysterosalpingogram to see if you fallopian tubes are blocked and refer you from there to necessary specialist. I know that it takes some women longer and the truth is that a few don't conceive. I conceived with stimulation and insemination twice both times on the first round of treatment. After that more than likely your GYN will try you on clomid for 6 months. Birth control (Ortho tri-cyclene) is used by many PCOSers. building up the endometrial layer) and diabetes (and all related to that hypertension. Health wise (I just recently attended a seminar about after effect of fertility treatment) for PCOS we have to worry about endrometrial cancer (from the non-cycling. ultrasound and possibly a hysteroscopy to check your uterus for any issues. Once we go into menopause this shouldn't be an issue or really everyone else will be joining us on our way to menopause. IVF or GIFT or run through them all based on sucsess/failure. However. Otherwise there are a lot of different options in dealing with these issues individually also. The timing really varies and I'm not sure what criteria effects conception.
I've been trying alot :/ ? Can an Indian be a redneck?India indian? Can you get pregnant 2 days before you ovulate? HELP?!? Could this affect me not getting pregnant ? More questions about cure pcos permanently • • • • • Can a woman get pregnant after menopause. The Endocronologist could give you these as well and you would have to change doctors and re-do multiple tests. I haven't ever had regular cycles). Good luck!!! Oh! By the way I have a two year old daughter and twin 5 month old sons all conceived w/ PCOS (pretty severe. without a period ? can i get pregnant if i am in menopause? i have PCOS how can i cure it naturally? If you have PCOS. o o 4 years ago Report Abuse 0% 0 Votes o 1 person rated this as good Discover Questions in Trying to Conceive • • • • Please help me. is it possible to get it corrected naturally? how did you cure ur pcos condition and get pregnant? Answers International • • • • • • • • • • • • Argentina Australia Brazil Canada China France Germany Hong Kong India Indonesia Italy Japan .endocronologist (if your insurance allows you to see specialist w/o referrals) don't waste six months.
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