Do irregular periods affect the fertility of PCOS patients?

by Dr. Manika Khanna Gaudium IVF Centre
When it comes to infertility, the best IVF doctors in India hold PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) as one of the most common causes responsible. The bizarreness of your periods can convolute your life, impacting you to feel cornered and point questions in your mind related to your fertility. So do you have intense or anguishing periods? Are you not menstruating at all? Will this affect your fertility or overall health? Typically most of the PCOS patients don't ovulate regularly as they have irregular cycles and this becomes a major threat to their fertility.

So how does one define a period as an irregular one? Well, if you are going through any of the below two points, then you are going through an irregular period.

  1. Less than or eight menstrual cycles in a year
  2. Each cycle lasting longer than 35 days

Women who don't ovulate won't get pregnant because of irregularity in the periods and almost no progesterone production. This arouses a misconception in women that when they stop getting period, they believe that they are going to be pregnant. To this, they wait and wait and at the end get a negative result which lands them in frustration and makes them visit any IVF centre.

Menstrual problems often make you frustrated and can interrupt and upset your regular life. Women with PCOS fail to release an egg which leads to the formation of a small cyst in the ovary and affects your fertility. The IVF clinics in Delhi consider menstrual problems as a major threat to women's infertility.

Regardless of whether PCOS patients need a child or not they should, in any case, induce a period consistently.

To be on the safer side, always seek for doctor’s help to find out the best infertility treatment in Delhi that can help you come out of the irregular periods and its frustration and stress.

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