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Asked 16 Jul 2019 chowakanda teoh, Doctor/physician - primary care/family practice, MY

Are there evidence suggesting use of progesterone support for conception in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)?

Physiologically speaking, progesterone surge is needed to maintain the endometrium lining for successful implantation of embryo which is deranged in PCOS. Hence, it might be possible to provide progesterone support in young patient with PCOS. Optionally, it would be best that there is research on complementary usage of Clomid ovulation induction strategy with progesterone support. Thanks in advance for sorting out this inquiry.
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