Prevention and Management of PCOS Related Infertility - A Q&A Session - Curetalks

Prevention and Management of PCOS Related Infertility – A Q&A Session

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a chronic disorder affecting 1 in 10 women of reproductive age. It is the primary cause of reduced frequency of ovulation and anovulation at the reproductive age and is commonly associated with infertility. The prevalence of infertility in women with PCOS varies between 70 and 80%. Can early PCOS diagnosis prevent related infertility? How can the wait period before family building be reduced? What are the treatment options for women dealing with PCOS related infertility? We are kickstarting the PCOS awareness month with a Q&A session with board certified reproductive endocrinologist Dr. Ilana Ressler of RMACT, who will help answer these and other related questions from the PCOS community. Dr Ressler will help us learn all about the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management of infertility occurring as a result of PCOS that went undiagnosed or was diagnosed late.  

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Talk Recorded on Sep 01, 2021, 04:00 pm EST </> Embed PCOS Clinical Trials
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  1. S

    How did it get affect on our fertility?

  2. G

    What are some ways to reduce inflammation?
    I have been trying to conceive for a few months now and when I take my ovulation tests they always seem high – I assume this is because my LH levels are always elevated – does this mean that I am probably never ovulating? How can I get my body to ovulate?

  3. I

    How can I keep my hormonal acne under control?
    What can I do for facial hair growth ?

  4. J

    I am a very lean woman who was recently diagnosed with PCOS after an ultrasound found cysts on one of my ovaries and day 21 hormone tests showed low levels of progesterone. I’ve also been struggling with infertility for several years prior to being diagnosed with PCOS. There doesn’t seem to be much literature on lean PCOS. What types of issues or factors impact fertility for the lean PCOS women? What types of issues do lean PCOS women deal with that differ from the “normal” type?Thank you!

    • M

      What are somethings to help you get pregnant,when having pcos?
      What are type of food should i be eating?