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    Pre-conception fertility
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    scorchkat posted:
    I have PCOS and am planning on conceiving in 2-3 years, however because of PCOS I am actively doing all that I can to improve my fertility odds so I can conceive. Right now I am working on losing weight, taking multivitamins, and eating healthy. Is there anything else I can do in this interim period to improve my chances?
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    Infertility responded:
    Try having an initial consultation with a fertility clinic in your area. They can get you setup with a fertility treatment plan to fit your specific situation. Visit www.FindInfertilityDocs.com to find a nearby fertility doctor.


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