Women’s Health: Ovarian Disease : Polycystic Ovary Syndrome & Fertility

March 27, 2011 by  
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Polycystic ovary syndrome affects fertility because there is usually an absence of consistent ovulation, making it much more difficult to get pregnant. Explore the options of conceiving with this disease withinformation from a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist in this free video on women’s health. Expert: Dr. Josh Vogel Contact: www.wilmingtonhealth.com Bio: Dr. Joshua Vogel has been a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist for more than 13 years. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

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6 Responses to “Women’s Health: Ovarian Disease : Polycystic Ovary Syndrome & Fertility”
  1. Funnypandalonies says:

    @Runcornfox the “rare or irregular bleeding” is when the egg is not released into the system. Much like the period of time when a woman does get pregnant, when the egg has been fertilized. example: a missed period is an indication you might be pregnant. DUHHH. In the case of PCOS, you have a missed period, because the egg hasn’t even been released. Or the total opposite can occur and you’ll have over bleeding or longer bleeding than normal. So instead of a few days, it could be a couple wks.

  2. Runcornfox says:

    He’s talking bollocks! What’s this ‘hormonal’ bleeding he speaks of? A period is the lining of your womb sheddingTaway having built up for the possibility of a fertilised embryo coming its way. Your womb will always do this, however, you may not be releasing any eggs and until you try for children you probaby won’t know how severe you have it. It can now be done with a simple blood test. I suffer other symptoms too, hairyness, deeper voice, skin pigmentations. Get yourself a lady doctor! xx

  3. NinaLuvsFriedChicken says:

    Well my consulatant explained to me that a ‘period’ is both ovulation and bleeding’ without Ovulation it is just hormonal bleeding i have had testing the last 3 months and i ovulated on each of the cyclesi also lost 40lb and most of my symptoms of pcos have gone..My doctor called it ‘The fat syndrome’ (yeah i was offended) he said if i lost weight my hormones would get back to normal and well…he was right, diet really is the key for me…Good luck

  4. Runcornfox says:

    A period is the lining of the womb coming away and that is the blood you get. Having a ‘bleed’ does not mean you are ovulating. I have a period every month too yet over a year I only actually ovulated 3 times. I had to have IVF because of PCOS and endometriosis. Get checked out.

  5. bduval80 says:

    Today I was diagnosed with a polycystic ovary on my right ovary the left one isn’t far off – other then the abcence of my period and the ultrasound I have no other symptoms of PCOS still wait on blood teats result tho – I was wanting to know what is the difference between just having a polycystic ovary and having PCOS? I don’t believe I have the syndrome but can a polycystic ovary cause amenorrhea even if there are no other symptoms of PCOS?

  6. NinaLuvsFriedChicken says:

    I have pcos and i have a period every month,therefore i prob ovulate too

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