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bilateral polycystic ovaries
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by AAMANI - Mar 11th, 2012 12:02 pm.
AAMANI
AAMANI
not getting pregnant due to bilateral polycystic ovaries..gynocologist treated and giving the medicines since 4 months but still no result and in menstrual time not getting the enough bleeding just littile bit only bleeding happenning, please help me how i can improve my firtility. and how i can get free from this bilateral polycystic ovaries.
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by Dr. M.K. Gupta - Mar 11th, 2012 4:01 pm
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Dr. M.K. Gupta
Dr. M.K. Gupta
Dear Aamani

If Medical treatment is not helping you in Polycystic disease of ovary you should opt for laparoscopic ovarian drilling. Ovarian drilling is really a surgical procedure that is used to help patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCO) achieve pregnancy. Ovarian drilling, done during laparoscopy, is really a procedure in which a laser fibre or electrosurgical needle punctures the ovary 4 to Ten times. This treatment produces a dramatic cut in male hormones within days and is often performed in females who have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Research indicates that as much as 80 percent of patients will benefit from such treatment. A lot of women who fail to ovulate with clomiphene or Metformin therapy will respond when these medications are reintroduced to the system after ovarian drilling. Side effects are rare, but may result in adhesion formation or ovarian failure if there are complications throughout the procedure.

Some reproductive endocrinologists have expressed mixed feelings about this technique. Some think that any take advantage of ovarian drilling can be obtained non-surgically using glycophage.

We still find it a good technique for various kinds patients. Included in this are younger patients who neglect to respond to some version of clomiphene citrate therapy and who do not wish or can't afford IVF. They aren't candidates for gonadotropin therapy with IUI simply because they must great a danger of multiple gestations. We like to use ovarian drilling in those patients who cannot tolerate glucophage. I feel that ovarian drilling functions by establishing small areas of fibrosis in the ovary. Oocytes (eggs) which are located near these areas of fibrosis can be cultivated follicles inside a more normal environment endocrinologically that existed before the ovarian dilling. Such oocytes may be better quality eggs when they ovulate.

One of the leading concerns with ovarian drilling is adhesion formation following the procedure. I haven't seen significant adhesion formation on any second look laparoscopies that I did in patients who had ovarian drilling. I continue to believe that this is due to my utilization of large volumes of fluid within the abdomen. I've done two second look laparoscopies in patients who had ovarian drilling made by other doctors with presumably other techniques in which the pelvic organs had severe adhesion formation. For all medical procedures, it is desirable to become treated by somebody who has much experience as possible with that procedure.

With regards
M.K. Gupta
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by rashid - Sep 26th, 2012 1:41 am
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rashid
rashid
sir , i have a confiuse my wife last 14/9/12 night time lotof blooding is hole night time Dr. redy to blood pussing but last time no need blood, she so so weak thane blooding stoped , last month har meens is good deu time .
but madical report is "polycystic overes" . over blooding is polycystic syndrom? or others things......???
please inform me.

Menstrual disturbances are found in PCOS but not that much profuse bleeding.
Please contact some gynecologist nearby.
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by Mrs.Reena solanki - Oct 13th, 2012 4:42 pm
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Mrs.Reena solanki
Mrs.Reena solanki
not getting pregnant due to bilateral polycystic ovaries..gynocologist treated and giving the medicines since 6 months but still no result and in menstrual time not getting the enough bleeding just littile bit only bleeding happenning, please help me how i can improve my firtility. and how i can get free from this bilateral polycystic ovaries.
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by Mrs.Reena solanki - Oct 13th, 2012 4:43 pm
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Mrs.Reena solanki
Mrs.Reena solanki
not getting pregnant due to bilateral polycystic ovaries..gynocologist treated and giving the medicines since 6 months but still no result and in menstrual time not getting the enough bleeding just littile bit only bleeding happenning, please help me how i can improve my firtility. and how i can get free from this bilateral polycystic ovaries.
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by Reena - Oct 13th, 2012 4:53 pm
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Reena
Reena
not getting pregnant due to bilateral polycystic ovaries..gynocologist treated and giving the medicines since 2 years but still no result and in menstrual time getting the enough bleeding please help me how i can improve my firtility. and how i can get free from this bilateral polycystic ovaries.(pcod)
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by Ms Reena - Oct 13th, 2012 5:01 pm
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Ms Reena
Ms Reena
I am not getting pregnant due to bilateral polycystic ovaries..gynocologist treated and giving the medicines since 5 years but still no result and in menstrual time getting the enough bleeding please help me how i can improve my firtility. and how i can get free from this bilateral polycystic ovaries.so please advise any medicines

Dear Reena

In this case you can try laparoscopic ovarian drilling. Laparoscopic ovarian drilling can cure PCOS in majority of the patient and chances of getting pregnant will be more after this surgery.

With regards
J.S. Chowhan
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by smt vinod pant - Oct 23rd, 2012 11:35 am
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smt vinod pant
smt vinod pant
BILATERAL POLY CYSTIC OVARIAN DISEASE .WHAT CAN I DO ,CAN I HAVE DONE MY BATTER LIFE PLEASE ADVICE
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by Neoy - Nov 29th, 2012 8:42 pm
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Neoy
Neoy
Yes, there's hope, but it's going to take you being a lot more proactive than triyng for 2 years. First, you need to get tested. You need to know what the enemy is, so you can face it head on. Some tests you'll need: CD3 blood work to include FSH, E2, LH a CD3 antral follicle count .an HSG to see if your tubes are open a progesterone test post-ovulation to see if your levels are good (done at 7 days past ovulation). These basic tests will give you a pretty good picture of where you stand fertility wise. Second, your partner needs a sperm analysis. Even if he's had kids before. There's such a thing as secondary infertility. Don't assume the problem is 100% you.And yes, at your age you NEED an RE. REs are highly trained in this area and you need someone with that kind of expertise. If you had seen an RE 2 years ago you probably would have been pregnant already. An RE knows far more about fertility than an OBGYN and will know exactly what tests you need. You may have to interview a couple of them before finding one that's AMA (advanced maternal age) friendly.It could be that you just need some extra progesterone support (common in age 40+ women) after ovulation. Do you chart your temps? Charting will help you to become familiar with your cycle. I highly recommend you start. FertilityFriend.com has a great website for this.The problem may be an easy fix, it may be more complicated. But you won't know which until you see the RIGHT doctor and have the RIGHT tests done.Good luck.
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by nimmu - Dec 21st, 2012 12:43 am
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nimmu
nimmu
not getting pregnant due to bilateral polycystic ovaries..gynocologist treated and giving the medicines bigomet sr 1000 since 6 months but still no result. now iam using OVAA Shield. is it support to pregnant????? pls help me.......
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by Mrs.AKSHATHA.N - Mar 26th, 2013 2:22 am
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Mrs.AKSHATHA.N
Mrs.AKSHATHA.N
Sir,i came to know i have PCOS last week after meeting gynec.V had just started to plan to have a child and i had missed my 2 cycles.She has given me ovulation tablet CLOFERT to eat from day 3rd to 7th after my periods.tommorow is my 8th day and i have to start contact it seems.even she gave me sugar tablet bigomet sr 5oomg to take for 30 days.my que is when i may have ovulation? earlier days i had 30 days cycle.is it enough if v contact 2 days once? till how many days v have to contact from day eight? can i hope of getting pregnant soon?my age is 26 nd my husbands 36 and expecting 1st baby.
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by Archana - Apr 28th, 2013 2:23 am
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Archana
Archana
hello doctor, recently i have taken scan due to irregular mentrual cycle. The result is ' bilateral polycystic ovary '. In this case doctor advice me to take ' metaDAY ' tablets for 5 months. After i took this tablets feeling very tired and giddyness. please advice .

Hi!

Initially this side effect of tiredness is common. Please do some morning walk, exercise and take fresh fruite, it will be O.K.
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by deepa - Apr 28th, 2013 2:26 am
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deepa
deepa
hello doctor, recently i took scan due to irregular menstrual cycle. The result is ' bilateral polycytic ovaries '. Due to which doctor advice me to take ' metaday tablet. After taking the tablet am finding giddyness and very tired not able to concentrate in work. kindly advice whether can i continue this tablet to cure the cyst.

Hi !

Please continue the medicine and then let your doctor know after few month it should be O.K. Otherwise you have to go for ovarian drilling.
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by Sajid - Nov 8th, 2013 7:49 pm
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Sajid
Sajid
not getting pregnant due to bilateral polycystic ovaries..gynocologist treated and giving the medicines since 2 years but still no result and in menstrual time not getting the bleeding please help me how i can improve my firtility. and how i can get free from this bilateral polycystic ovaries.(pcod)

Dear Madam

You should get laparoscopic ovarian drilling done.

With regard
Sadhana
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by NAINA - Dec 22nd, 2013 9:22 pm
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NAINA
NAINA
Sir,I have bi-lateral polycystic ovaries.I don't get my mens on my date and the quantity of bleeding is also very less,so what can I do?

You should get medical management first with Clomiphene therapy. It is typically used for 5 consecutive days early in the menstrual cycle, for 3 to 6 monthly cycles. It may take several cycles to find the right dose to stimulate ovulation. After that dose is determined, a woman will take the drug for at least 3 more cycles. If you does not become pregnant after 6 cycles, it is unlikely that further clomiphene treatment will be successful and in this case laparoscopic ovarian drilling should be thought.

with regard

J S Chowhan
re: bilateral polycystic ovaries by suganya - Jun 16th, 2015 4:54 pm
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suganya
suganya
I have bilateral poly cystic ovarian disease how to get pregnent

Dear Suganya,

You need to get Laparoscopic Ovarian drilling done to cure you disease . After surgery you wont be having problem in conceiving. For the surgery you can come to World Laparoscopy Hospital.

With regards
Nidhi
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