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Posted by: Daisy | 2007/11/28

Ovulation after polycistic ovary syndrom

Hi,
I am 24 years old, and my husband and I desperately wants a child. I have been on the pill for 9 years and stopped using it 10 months ago, my husband and I adjusted our lifestyle to have the best possible chance to fall pregnant. After monthly dissapointment I was in pain and went to the gyneacologist, I was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrom, and was tested for ovulation, which does not occur. the right cyst was 6x6cm. I took provera, and the cyst reduced to 5x3cm, and was put on another 10 days of provera. My womb is also tilted back. How long after taking the provera will I be able to test for ovulation, and is blood tests the only way to test?
Any advice to help fall pregnant will be greatly appreciated.

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The time to check for ovulation is on Day 21 after your period. Blood tests are the most reliable.

Best wishes

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