PCOS and low progesterone levels
I'm 28 years old and my husband and I have been trying to concieve unsuccessfully for the past 4 years. During that time I have seen a specialist only 4 times (that's the NHS for you!) I don't feel like I have received any proper care and no-one seems interested in finding out exactly what's wrong and giving an individual treatment plan.
I do know I have PCOS, with very irregular cycles and constant low levels of progesterone that won't allow me to ever ovulate on my own. Now after 4 years I am waiting to undergo a laparoscopy - it took 4 years for the NHS to decide to check me over properly! So my questions:
Can I take progesterone supplements that guarantee to increase my progesterone levels to normal?
Will this kick start my body into ovulating itself?
What haven't the doctors done this if it does work?
My levels are 4 constantly - does this play any part in my severly and constant tiredness?
Will my tiredness improve once my progrestone levels increase?
What happens if they find my tubes are blocked - can tubes be unblocked? if not why?
Why isn't there a magic treatment made just for me - why don't the doctors give me a medical MOT and set out a treatment plan for me?