Our expert says:
It is important to once and for all establish whether or not you have PCOS or not. This will require careful internal scans as well as hormone evaluations. Next I would advise that a sperm analysis be done to rule out any male factors contributing to the problem. There after I would recommend that you have your tubes evaluated for tubal patency, this can be done through an x-ray called an HSG or if so required a small surgical procedure called a laparoscopy, should all the above test be considered normal than the problem would be ovulation induction initially through simple tablets and careful monitoring for signs of ovulation. Initially the monitoring could be done as a home test using the ovulation kit called clear plan. However if the PCOS is deemed to be definite and significant than the follicle tracing or scanning to evaluate ovulation might be the better choice.in mild cases of PCOS simple ovulation induction tablets as well as weight loss and metabolic control may be all that is necessary to conceive.
Answered by Dr M.I.Cassim
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