Thank you for your question. PCOS is a challenging disease to manage in the western medicine model of health care, where most doctors rely on synthetic hormones to regulate periods and fertility drugs like Fermotid or insulin receptor modifier drugs like Metformin. These all attempt to treat the symptoms of PCOS but don't do anything to heal the underlying imbalance. Sometimes the work and a woman with PCOS will fall pregnant but the underlying inflammatory disease process continues and simply chooses another avenue to display itself. The rate of successful pregnancy on the combination of Provera and Fermotid is unpredictable but the general consensus is a success rate of around 20% depending on the complexity of the underlying pathology.
I would recommend completing your course of medication since you have already begun it. I would not advocate using any other form of therapy in conjunction as they may adversly affect the medication. But if you come to the end of your course and are still not pregnant then contact me via www.healthnation.co.za if you would like to try an alternate approach to rebalancing your underlying oestrogen:progesterone imbalance and thus improving your chances of falling pregnant.
Many thanks and warm regards