Worried about lapropscopy

by Bax
(india)

Hi all!

Can anybody give me suggestions? I'm getting infertility treatment as I have PCOS. My LH level is showing high on my 2nd of menses. It's not going down.

Still I take medicine like metformin. Now I'm prescribed to take Cystop-obis, since it is 9 years since my marriage and I'm desperately waiting to conceive.

Now my doc is suggesting that I go for laparoscopy but I'm scared because my hepatitis BHsAg test is positive. I wonder how this procedure works.

Please, can anyone help me out with this situation? Thanks a lot!

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Get a vitamin D test
by: PCOS Editor

I question the reason for a laproscopy. If you don't completely understand WHY this surgery is necessary, you first need to have a conversation with your doctor.

Secondly, a long term solution to management of PCOS and infertility is to alter your diet so that your hormones can begin to normalize. If you're on a diet consisting mostly of refined grain products, you are spinning your wheels and getting nowhere.

Try eating more vegetables instead of grains. Fish and eggs may also be helpful.

The Cystop is worth a try. However, I would most certainly get a vitamin D test. If your test value is below 50, vitamin D3 supplementation is advised. You are unlikely to ovulate if your vitamin D level is low.

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