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I do have PCOS and gone through Laproscopic Surgery
Parmi posted:

Please healp me on regards - I do have PCOS and gone through the Laproscopic surgery last month 09/17/2012 and my this month Cycle start two days before than last month.

And now Dr. is giving now FSH 150 mg. Please let me know is there any chance to get preagnent or not.
Jane Harrison Hohner, RN, RNP responded:
Dear Parmi: Gosh, I wish we could give you some definite numbers as to your chances of conceiving---but that so much depends on your specific history. Apparently you have had a laproscopic surgery to reduce ovarian volume. This should bring elevated LH levels down. Moreover you are receiving FSH to increase the chances of an ovulation(s). According to published studies the rate of conceptions after FSH treatment range from 35-70% success rates.

In sounds like your reproductive endocrinologist or infertility specialist is really doing everything to get you to ovulate, and hopefully conceive. If you would like to read more about FSH treatment here is a link to a medical journal with a very extensive article on the topic:

Best wishes for conceiving soon!

Parmi replied to Jane Harrison Hohner, RN, RNP's response:
Hello Jane,

Thanks for your response.

Today is the my 10th day of my cycle and I have completed the FSH course (6th, 7th, 8th and 9th). Today I went to Dr. and she did scan and told me that can able to see something (like egg) on the overy and no cycst on the overy. But she is not sure and advised me to come again on 12th day of my cycle and will do again scan to see more.

If nothing found then she will go for the FSH 300 mg after the next cycle (6th, 7th, 8th and 9th)

Please let me know is there any possibility to see any good news on the 12th day and is there any bad effect after having so many FSC injections.
Parmi replied to Parmi's response:
Hello Jeme,

Forgot to share you that today moring (10th day) I have relalised that there is something gelly type little white color was came from the vagina and that was happeaned only one time. Please advise me what is this for?

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