Chances of Becoming Pregnant after Medical Procedures for PCOS
It's been 2 years we got married. Before marriage I had irregular periods for 4-5 years. After marriage it got solved, though not 28 days. But I would get it every 30-35 days.
Last year June I got conceived naturally since I was going to gym, taking metformin so reduced little weight and conceived naturally. But I had a spontaneous abortion in the 8th week. After this, I didn't conceive even once.
In the scan, doctors said there were signs not of a typical PCOD, but small cyst existing, which doesn't indicate any major PCOD. (All my TSH, LH and FSH test results are normal no problem with these hormone tests).
2 months back I went to a fertility clinic. The doctor gave me treatment with Clomid and 6 FSH injections but no change at all. My follicles were just 1cm with multiple follicles, though a natural previous cycle I had a follicle size of 17mm while ovulating.
But with treatment, follicles were not growing; instead the doctor should see many small follicles so she suggested a laparoscopic surgery. I underwent this surgery 2 days back. She said there was no blockage, uterus was very healthy and she has drilled all the cysts on my ovaries. She also said chances of pregnancy are high now as only issue I had is cysts which she drilled out.
I am continuing with metformin. Please suggest to me, based on my history, what is the chance of my pregnancy? Also what I need to know what to do to conceive soon, as I am sometimes depressed and very anxious to get pregnant.
Appreciate your reply.
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