How do I get Pregnant with PCOS and high Prolactin?

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When a woman has both PCOS and high prolactin, she will find that it will affect her ability to become pregnant because it greatly affects her ovulation cycle. When we are trying to become pregnant knowing when we ovulation can be one of the most important things that will help us to become pregnant quickly.

However, when a woman is suffering from these conditions, it becomes difficult for her cycle to be regulated. Even though it can be difficult and take some time, doctors can help to regulate the ovulation cycle so that a woman has a better chance of becoming pregnant.

Young woman looking a pregnancy test while lying on a bedOne of the most popular fertility drugs that is often prescribed to help with this issue is Clomid. Clomid is known for its ability to help women who are suffering from an irregular period. Women who take it are typically able to begin ovulating regularly quickly.

Other natural things that you can do to improve your chances of becoming pregnant involve living a healthy lifestyle and eating the right foods. Keeping track of your ovulation cycle by using a basal thermometer or an ovulation predictor kit is also something that can help increase your chances of becoming pregnant with these conditions.

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