I have PCOS and I want to get pregnant, I have been taking birth control to regulate my periods. What can I take to help without going to a fertility clinic?
Some doctors may prescribe ovulation medications, such as Clomid, to encourage ovulation. If you are thinking of conceiving, be sure to discuss the issue with your doctor. Not all of the medications used to help PCOS sufferers are safe to use during pregnancy and may need to be discontinued.
Although getting pregnant can be problematic for women with PCOS, many have found it easier to get pregnant the second time around. Additionally, some women have found that their menstrual cycles regulate themselves after a pregnancy. Following a healthy diet and exercising regularly will also help to promote fertility.
I did it.... Get an OBGYN.... Tell them You want the hormones to help you regulate and watch your diet..... I refuse birth control and am now pregnant with # 2.... I have had PCOS for 11 years..