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If I don't have period due to PCOS can I get pregnant?

Mia898
Mia898

If I don't have period due to PCOS can I get pregnant?

When is the best time to try if you have no set periods to go on?

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I would follow the cervical mucus way if you have no idea when you ovulate. Once it turns into an egg white consistency, try on those days :) but means you'll need to check daily

Mia898
Mia898 in reply to asbayford

Thank you so much . Really daft question how would I follow the cervical mucus?

asbayford
asbayford in reply to Mia898

If you search the cervical mucus method on Google it shows you more in depth but basically, if your CM is white/creamy and doesnt stretch between your fingers - that means not fertile right now. If it is clear, looks like raw egg whites and stretches far between the fingers - that means ovulation is about to happen :)

Mia898
Mia898 in reply to asbayford

Thank you . I did google in the time between you answering me.

Mia898
Mia898 in reply to asbayford

Just being daft but may have my answer last few months I did have white discharge could be this the gp had no idea what it was so possible it was this ?

asbayford
asbayford in reply to Mia898

White discharge is non fertile but still healthy, but if it goes clear for a few days then its fertile :)

Mia898
Mia898 in reply to asbayford

Thank you . I feel like a bit stupid going to the gp but didn't know what it was the thing is it is white and i do get sore so was guessing trush but maybe I am incorrect but would the other causes soreness?

asbayford
asbayford in reply to Mia898

If you're sore/itchy then sounds like thrush and you can get something called canasten duo? Available online or over the counter at pharmacy - Sorts it right out, if that fails I'd recommend an std test just to be safe

Mia898
Mia898 in reply to asbayford

I have had that its just soreness but always so cannot be thrush all the time quote me incorrect though? Std test come back clear every time so also not that.

asbayford
asbayford in reply to Mia898

To be sore all the time doesnt sound normal, I would push for a referral to see a gynecologist, have you seen one yet?

Mia898
Mia898 in reply to asbayford

Yes I have they told me what to do . Still there they said to get refered back but I cannot due to virus . I just have to try to not think of it its just the relationship side supper hard with pain .

Mia898
Mia898 in reply to Mia898

Also the GP before they will let me go back put up such a not wanting to do a referral I have to have about 25 swabs and examinations and complain to manager to get referral so I really don`t want to go through that again the GP almost makes it like you are making it up when that is so not the case but who likes going to the GP or gyane .

asbayford
asbayford in reply to Mia898

That must be so difficult to deal with :( let's hope this virus goes away soon so you can go back and get more answers!

Mia898
Mia898 in reply to asbayford

Yes lets hope but how do I put up with GP and all of that it is so painful for me ?

asbayford
asbayford in reply to Mia898

I would honestly find another gp, in the meantime sudocrem may help with soreness - I'm not very knowledgeable in the soreness department I'm afraid sorry :(

Mia898
Mia898 in reply to asbayford

Thank you anyway . Re GP I go and see different ones they are all about the same . A different GP practice maybe the answer.

Hi as you mentioned you won't get periods due to pcos, u didn't said how often you get your period or when is ur last period? If u are consulting any gynecologist to manage ur pcos then u can ask her to provide fertility drug to conceive. Then she will first put you on regestrogen or any period stimulating hormone. After that they will check for your hormonal levels and depending on that they prescribe you the drug. Don't worry just try to loose weight if you are overweight to manage pcos and conceive quick before planning. All the best.

Mia898
Mia898 in reply to Same0508

Hello

Honestly don`t have periods often I have to take homeopathic medication to have a period.

Last month I had a period due to the tablets . Worth asking the gynecologist re test how do the check hormonal levels blood test ? I am tiny trust me need to put on wait but cannot .

Thank you for all these tips

Same0508
Same0508 in reply to Mia898

In order to check your hormones doc Wil give you withdrawal medications with which u get period and they wil do blood test on day 2 of your period... Which Wil give an accurate level sof hormones in ur body. Ask your gynecologist that you want to conceive and ask her to refer you to a fertility specialist who can handle this pcos infertility issues. Or else go to gp and get referred for fertility specialist.

Mia898
Mia898 in reply to Same0508

Good Morning

Thank you try my best referrals I don`t get much luck with my GP practice.

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