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    Polycystic ovaries

    I am in my early twenties and have been diagnosed with polycystic ovaries. I am worried how that can affect my fertility? Thanks!

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    Dear Sunny,

    Apologies in the delay in replying to your post.

    I am afraid that Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) can make it more difficult to conceive. However, the positive news is that many women who have PCOS do go on to have a baby it just sometimes takes them a longer to conceive and they may need some additional help to help them conceive.

    I have recently posted some information about PCOS here including some further information links.

    The reason that PCOS can make it harder for a couple to conceive is because it may stop a woman from ovulating. However, please do take heart that many, many women who have PCOS do go on to have a baby.

    Please let us know if you have any further questions about this.

    Warm wishes,

    LJ

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