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TTC with PCOS: Clomid and Progesterone

Forum: Trying to Conceive With PCOS


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May 15th, 2017, 12:00 PM
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Hello! I have been TTC since September 2017, but I didn't get diagnosed with PCOS until later. I am currently on my second cycle with Clomid. My period has been longer than usual this time around. I'm worried that perhaps I did get pregnant last cycle and am now miscarrying. Normally I take progesterone for 10 days each month to begin my next cycle. My OB/GYN told me that I should keep taking the progesterone like I normally do even though I'm using Clomid and TTC, but I'm wondering if the drop in progesterone that normally signals AF to begin is now causing me to lose any baby that may have been conceived.

Anyone in a similar situation? Can anyone tell me whether they think this treatment sounds like it will work, or if I should pursue other treatments?

Thanks for any help or reassurance you can give!
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September 11th, 2017, 11:42 PM
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The good news is that the chance of getting pregnant with PCOS using fertility treatments is quite good. You should take proper check-up before pursuing any treatment. Good Luck.
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