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Posted by: Fran | 2004/09/27

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

My Doctor says I might have polycystic ovarian syndrome coupled with Insulin Rejection. He's recommendation is going treatment, I want to get pregnant soon and I don't want to go on medication or contracption, what would you recommend?

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Polycystic ovary syndrome needs to be treated depending on what your complaints are.
If you are trying to get pregnant then that should be sorted first

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Posted by: Sun | 2004/09/28

Hi Fran

If you have PCOS and insulin resistance you will have to go on glucophage to prevent you becoming a full blown diabetic. You can ttc on glucophage and many PCO women continue to take it throughout the pregnancy.

Good Luck
Sun

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