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i went through laproscopy6months back & still i have not concieved please guide me

By Anonymous October 6, 2009 - 11:04am
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We were married in jan 2006 and in feb i didnot have my periods ,so we went to the doc in march.The pregnancy test was negative and the doc diagnosed PCO in the ultrasound.And the problems started i am not sure where things went wrong ,but for know i got a laproscopy in march 2009 and still waiting .For one year now i am having medication for "high tsh".it was the first time i got it tested and showed 6.25.i dont know what to do ?who is right?What tests should i really go through?And where really is the problem?kindly guide me

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I am sorry you are going through this! Let us see what information we can provide to you, but I do have a few questions first.

1. Were you diagnosed with PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome)? What information did your doctors provide to you, about PCOS?
2. What did you have laparoscopy for? This is just a type of surgery that can be used for many reasons. Were you diagnosed with ovarian cysts, or PCOS, after this surgery?
3. What other symptoms are you experiencing, other than amenorrhea (absence of periods)?
4. What medication are you taking?
5. Did your doctor tell you that after surgery, you would be able to conceive? Do you still have the diagnosis of PCOS?

Please know that PCOS is unfortunately common in women (1 in 10 women), and is the primary reason for infertility. Do you have a family history of PCOS? It is also a condition that is extremely frustrating and emotionally draining for women, as there is no known "cause" or "reason" for why you would have PCOS; some experts think it may be hereditary, but others are not sure about this. It may also have a link to diabetes, but again...others are not sure.

You do have many options available, and I hope you have a wonderful doctor who is talking with you about your exact diagnosis and treatment options.

We are here to answer questions that you have, and in the meantime, you can read some of these sites for more information about the "basics" of PCOS, as well as current research on PCOS:
- What is PCOS
- PCOS Support
- EmpowHer's Encyclopedia: PCOS
- Women with PCOS test for diabetes

October 6, 2009 - 1:51pm
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Is anyone there who has a solution to share with me please help me out,i am 26yrs of age and married for almost 4 years now.

October 6, 2009 - 11:11am
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