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Did i suffer with PCOS again in my life after Laproscopy ?

I have undergone the Laparoscopy because I amsuffering from PCOS since 3 yrs. My Dr suggested same hormone medicines after surgery also those are Letrozole, Eve-200 , M2- Tone.. . Can you please tell me is ther a chance to get preganancy quickly. I got married 2 years back. Can I do my daily activities as usually. Please tell me what precautions and diet and excercises I have to follow to get pregnancy. Is there any chance that I will get these PCOs again in my life?
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PCOS does not go away, it is only treatable. You have to stay on the meds and matain a healthy weight so your pcos does not flare up. If your overweight, losing weight will help bring ovulation back if you do not ovulate on your own.
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there is always a chance it will come back unfortunetly, just have ur chckups with ur doc and he shud be able to tell u wat to eat and what excersises u can handle.
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