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PCOS and desperate for a baby

wannabemumwannabemum
posted 9 years 5 months ago
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Hi everybody i have just been dignosed with pcos and have been trying for a baby for three years. I still have periods and i am not over weight but the doctors won't help me because they say i am too young. I was wondering if anyone had any advice for me and any ideas of anthing i can take to help me fall..
Thank you


GTTkelGTTkel
posted 9 years 5 months ago
I was just wondering have you been tested to see if you have any other things which may affect your fertility? As my friend has Polycystic ovaries and has been trying for a baby for a long time; and has just recently had blood tests to see why she wasn't concieving and it turns out she also has abnormal hormone results so she is waiting to see a fertility specialist. Also how young is too young? My friend is 26!!

soupsoup
posted 9 years 5 months ago
if you have been trying for over 2 years than you can take tablets called clomid

they force your overies to release eggs - google it

also verity is a fantastic site for us with pcos http://www.verity-pcos.org.uk/board/index.php

us pcos'ers need all the help we can get Very Happy

ElementaryElementary
posted 9 years 5 months ago
Martha is a clomid baby - not much else to say, but hang on in there Hug

soupsoup
posted 9 years 5 months ago
yes


just keep going you will get there in the end !! Hug

it took me over 2 years but i got there in the end Clapping

wannabemumwannabemum
posted 9 years 5 months ago
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Congradulations! Fingers crossed it wil be soon. I am starting to take pregnacare to help me along, can you buy the clomid online?

StelllaStellla
posted 2 months 3 weeks ago
Hello dear! I'm sorry you have troubles with your TTC. Have you visited a doctor? I have a friend who is overweight. She was trying to lose weight for years, but no matter what she did her weight was just slightly moving down and then was turning back. Then she went to gynecologist and it turned out she has PCOS. Not only she had problems with her weight, but also her periods were a mess, her hair was falling, she had abnormal hair growth on her face and neck and also she had hormone imbalance. Plus she was gaining weight like crazy, even when she had healthy diet and did exercises. Now she's in treatment and the situation with her health is much better. I think you should definitely visit a specialist. I'd advise you not to waste time, because treatment can take some time. I'm not telling that you have some fertility issues for sure! But you have to do medical check to know the reason of everything which is going on with you. Don't be sad because there are still options which you can use if doctors say you can't conceive. You can use donor eggs or surrogacy, depending what your Dr will say about your health condition. There is adoption which can also help you to become a mother for a second time. Good luck to you, dear!

leenahaydenleenahayden
posted 2 months 1 day ago
Hey. Hope you are well. Sorry to hear about your condition. Having PCOS doesn't mean you can never have a baby. A lot of people do conceive naturally even with PCOS. You have periods irregularly, you might still be able to conceive. A friend of mine is also suffering from this condition. She barely gets her period. Things for her are a little more serious. Her doctor told her that there are very fewer chances of her conceiving naturally. I heard IVF works for the people with this condition. So we are thinking to go to Europe to start her IVF process. We are feeling very good about it. You should consider this for yourself too. Good luck.

KenethJamesKenethJames
posted 2 months 22 hours ago
Hey there. I hope you are great. I am really sorry to hear about your PCOS issue. I know how much hard it can get. PCOS is very harsh. I think you follow your doctor. They might know the best. DO your research. I wish you good luck.

ezabelezabel
posted 1 month 2 weeks ago
Hey! Listen having PCOS is not only ends of the story! Like others are suggesting you must go for infertility test first. That might bring you to a valid conclusion of infertility problem. BTW how old are you? There are certain medications or techniques that you could look at as your solution. But I would suggest going for a certain fertility test. Good luck.

ZaidiZaidi
posted 1 month 1 week ago
It is really tormenting to have some reproductive problems. Many of these problems can lead to a long-term problem. The worst consequences of the reproductive malfunctioning are infertility. PCOS is one such problem. If the problem is not answered well in time they can be the major cause of infertility. Over the last few years, the PCOS has become a major problem for many women. It is only through the proper diagnosis and treatment that the problem can be resolved. The PCOS prevent proper ovulation, This prevents the proper fertilization between the egg and the sperm is not possible. Despite all this, there are still chances of conception. This is really a great news for all those who are suffering from PCOS. Through certain treatments, it has become possible to conceive even with faulty ovaries. If you get in touch with some great doctor you will hopefully reach a successful treatment. I have come across some women who are enjoying the best in their lives after facing the PCOS problem.I wish that you also get the right remedy.

ElinaWillsElinaWills
posted 1 month 1 week ago
Hey, hun, you can conceive with PCOS naturally. But depends on the condition. Seek medical help, the doctor will tell you how much chances you have of conceiving naturally. Certain medications also help to enhance the chance of conception. The medication will help the ovaries to regulate and fertilize. But if it doesn't work, the assisted conception has a very significant rate of success with PCOS. But it is also advised that if you are TTC for more than two years then it is better to go for assisted conception. IVF has proven to be pretty reliable for a woman suffering from PCOS. Well, there are success stories which are quite inspiring, Even friend had her BFP out of the blue after TTC for three years. This came out to be the best surprise of her life. So there is always light at the end of the tunnel. You must decide your options. Good luck

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