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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a medical condition where there is an inconsistency in woman's female sex hormones. This hormonal imbalance may cause modification in the menstrual cycle, changes in the skin, cyst formation in the ovaries, difficulty in getting pregnant, etc.
 

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Muskan Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 2:46:30 PM(UTC)
 
Hello,

The ovaries are organs located on sides of the woman’s uterus.

Ovaries produce hormones like estrogen, which causes periods every month.

Ovaries release an egg. The egg will move down to fallopian tube for fertilization.

This cycle of egg release is called ovulation.(period during which chances of conceiving are high.)

When fluid will create thin wall within an ovary, it is called an ovarian cyst.

There are different types of cyst like:

Polycystic ovaries
Dermoid cysts
Cystadenomas
Endometriomas

Many of these cyst are not dangerous for conceiving.

Ovarian cysts will be hurdle with regular ovulation.

Ovulation is a process where ovaries will release egg through the fallopian tubes.

But all cyst will not stop or will not be hurdle in conceiving baby.

As your friend is having her regular periods, chances of having problem in getting pregnant due to cyst is less.

Your friend must visit doctor and get herself full medical checkup, try to find which type of cyst she is having.

If all reports are normal then no need to worry.

She should try to to find out when she is ovulating and try to conceive baby during most fertile days.

You can cal calculate ovulation period from:

http://www.parentingnation.in/ovulation-calculator
biny Posted: Monday, April 14, 2014 6:26:09 PM(UTC)
 
My friend is 28. She got cyst of 6 cm in one ovary n of 4 cm in other. She periods gets monthly but with a delay of around 5 days to 12 days. She has no kids and want to conceive soon. Please suggest a remedy.