PCOS And Fertility – Answers To Your Questions
“Can I still get pregnant if I have PCOS?”
We hear this question all the time from women who have just learned they have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). I am happy to say that the answer is YES! It may take some medical interventions but the answer is usually yes. Even though PCOS is the most common type of female endocrine (hormone) disorder and one of the leading causes of female infertility, there is certainly hope for women with PCOS.
How does PCOS influence my fertility?
When you have PCOS, it changes the hormonal pathways in your body that produce eggs and prepare the uterus for pregnancy. The three most important reasons why becoming pregnant, or staying pregnant may be more challenging for women with PCOS are:
• Women with PCOS often do not ovulate.
• Women with PCOS tend to have irregular periods rather than “normal” predictable monthly cycles.
• When and if an egg is released, the endometrium (lining of the uterus) may not be sufficiently prepared to sustain pregnancy.
If I have PCOS, how can I increase my chances of getting pregnant naturally?
there are a number of treatment options out there — including both conventional and natural measures that can help to normalize your hormones and increase your chances for a healthy pregnancy.
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