Overweight --Will I Conceive?

by sushmitha
(bangalore, karnataka, india)


I am 83 kgs and I want to get pregnant? Is it possible for me to conceive? Right now I am going to gym and following a diet plan, but I don't know how many months it will take for me to lose weight? Please answer to my query?

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Editor's comments: Hi Sushmitha, yes of course it is possible to ovulate and conceive, in spite of polycystic ovary syndrome. Good health practices will help you to normalize your hormones so that you can conceive. Even a 5% - 10% weight loss can improve your fertility. How long will it take? I don't know. See if you can get down to 70-75 kgs and see what happens.

Keep up the good work!

A few tips here: Control PCOS and Infertility: Ten Essential Tips

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by: Anonymous

good luck, i have been working out as well..I lost about 15 pds from being 178 now i feel better...but u can concieve dont ever think wrong that you cant.

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