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Does polycystic ovary syndrome mean definitely that u hv infertility or does it have any cure

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Asked by shilpanaik, 14 Oct '09 07:28 pm
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A doctor can treat a person with Polycystic overary syndrome with the drug Clomiphene which will make the patient have periods and ovulate. A Laporoscopy may also be needed to ensure the tubes are clear then there is no reason not to get pregnant. Losing weight often has a dramatic effect upon polycystic ovary syndrome, altering the hormonal pattern very significantly. Regular exercise like half an hour of brisk walking, cycling, or swimming at least every other day will also help.
Answered by Janis, 14 Oct '09 08:29 pm

 
  
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Having PCOS or PCOD does not means definetly having infertility. It may be one of the causes. most of the females having PCOS does not really require trtment. The treatment is just a single drug therapy for 3-6 months. i'm not writting the name of drug coz i want to u to go a gyaenologist for a proper work up.
Answered by avinash bais, 14 Oct '09 07:49 pm

 
  
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You have to reduce weight by excercise.....cos all PCOD patients are slightly obese due to hormonal imbalance.....medicines are also there which helps you balancing your hormone.......if cysts are of larger size...for immidiate results laproscopic treatments are available....but regular excercise is must......it's a temporary infertility problem.....this patients also have very less sex drive....increase in bodily hair (sometime) etc....etc...dont worry...consult your doctor...!
Answered by Satyakam Nayak, 14 Oct '09 07:39 pm

 
  
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It can be cured with holistic healing... write me kumrao99@yahoo.co.in
Answered by umamaheswara rao, 14 Oct '09 08:04 pm

 
  
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