Our expert says:
If you have Polycystic Ovarian Disease but are having regular periods then my assumption is that the Polycystic Ovarian Disease is not that severe enough to affect your ovulation. You need to confirm whether you are ovulating by doing a day 21 progesterone. In addition, you are also required to assess if your fallopian tubes are open and if your husband does not have any sperm problems.
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